Boeing Corporate President and CFO James Bell indicated Tuesday that the manufacturer is unlikely to re-engine the 737, saying the potential fuel-burn improvement over today's narrowbodies does not look "sufficient enough" to justify a "business case" for doing so. Speaking to the Morgan Stanley Global Industrials Conference in New York, available via webcast, Bell said Boeing's analysis has revealed aircraft adjustments and engine weight would mean ...

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