Boeing has conceded that its experience with new technology and supply chain problems on the 787 put a damper on its ability to assure customers of a timely delivery for the all-new 737 replacement it had been pushing (ATW Daily News, May 25). Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Jim Albaugh told media during a Wednesday press conference that a quickening need for more fuel efficiency forced its 737 re-engining decision (ATW Daily News, July 21). In a special report, the Sydney-based Centre ...

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