Boeing’s chief executive recently said that despite 737 MAX and other issues, the US manufacturer’s overall timeline for a potential new midmarket aircraft (NMA) “has not changed” and Boeing would expect a 2025 entry into service. If so, new reports from several financial analysts and industry consultants suggest Boeing better have started working on it last year. “A decade or so ago, it took 48-54 months to develop a new jetliner,” Jefferies analysts ...

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