737-900ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Jim McNerney on Wednesday all but eliminated any possibility that Boeing will make an announcement at June's Paris Air Show regarding a successor plan for the 737NG. Speaking to analysts and reporters during Boeing's first-quarter conference call, in which the company reported a 13% rise in net income to $586 million, McNerney said, "By the end of this year we should have a sharper view of new ...

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