Boeing 737-900ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. New York-based Bernstein Research said in a recent report that Boeing will be forced to re-engine the 737. It said that options for making incremental improvements and reducing the price, which was seriously considered through 2010, are no longer viable. Bernstein said it argued strongly against re-engining through 2009, but with Airbus moving ahead with the A320neo, Boeing’s hand has been forced. “Boeing has stressed its bias ...

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