Boeing continues to evaluate the possible timeline for launching a successor to the 737, VP and GM-737 program Beverly Wyse told ATW at the Zhuhai Air Show Nov. 17. “We haven’t made a firm decision yet but we are considering it,” said Wyse. “Right now, we are in the phase of communicating with our customers and gathering information from them on this issue.” Boeing is seeking a 25% improvement in fuel efficiency over existing types a new aircraft would ...

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