As 2017 moves toward its final quarter, Boeing’s sales dominance over its European competitor Airbus is becoming more acute. As of the end of August, US-based Boeing has racked up gross orders for 451 commercial aircraft*, valued at approximately $73 billion, more than double the sales for Airbus, which has logged gross orders for 261 commercial aircraft through Aug. 31, valued at $36.5 billion. Taking cancellations and conversions into account, Boeing has a net total of 384 new ...

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