Boeing 737. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing CFO and Corporate President James Bell said "a number of factors" will go into determining whether the manufacturer launches an all-new aircraft this year to replace the 737NG, and cautioned that no decision has been made with all options—including a re-engining—remaining "open." Speaking Wednesday at the JP Morgan Aviation, Transportation and Defense Conference in New York, available via webcast, Bell ...

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