A plethora of airframe and engine programs should keep the chalets crowded.
The commercial aerospace industry will have plenty to talk about at the 49th Paris Air Show (June 20-26), even if Boeing—as appeared likely at this writing—has little new to say about how it will respond to the competitive challenge posed by the Airbus A320neo and Bombardier CSeries. Indeed, this year’s event occurs as no fewer than seven new aircraft development programs are either underway (A350 XWB, CSeries, COMAC C919, Irkut MC-21, Mitsubishi Regional Jet) or on ...
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