Boeing is targeting a 2% reduction in 737NG fuel consumption by 2011 through a combination of airframe and engine improvements. The manufacturer unveiled a new "787 style" interior for the 737NG in Seattle yesterday to be implemented in aircraft operated by seven airlines beginning in late 2010. The changes "are more than cosmetic," it said, noting that a major component of the improved 737NG will be increased fuel efficiency. About 1% of the targeted fuel savings with be achieved through ...

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