Making a business case for Boeing’s potential new mid-market aircraft (NMA) remains the manufacturer’s biggest challenge, Boeing’s chief salesman said, even as more airlines are pushing for the aircraft sooner rather than later. The CEOs of Delta Air Lines and Panama-based Copa Airlines were among those to express strong interest the NMA earlier in March, with Delta’s Ed Bastian telling a JP Morgan investor conference that the Atlanta-based carrier was eager to play ...

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