Putting the engine developed for the Airbus A320neo on to the Boeing 737 MAX would not be easy, Airbus executives said this week, although they acknowledged they were aware of rumors that this was being considered in the US. Briefing media in Hamburg at the company’s annual Innovation Days event, Airbus executives were asked to comment on talk that Boeing was studying the potential use of the larger CFM LEAP-1A, developed for the neo, on a further stretch of the  MAX as part of ...

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