The world’s commercial aircraft duopoly once again scored big at an otherwise lackluster Farnborough Air Show with Airbus and Boeing announcing firm net orders and commitments for more than 960 aircraft, valued at $160 billion at list prices. While actual final totals are difficult to assess because of the different accounting systems used by each manufacturer, the overall numbers exceed the 917 aircraft sales officially logged by Airbus and Boeing at the Paris Air Show in 2017. If ...

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