Boeing considers upgrades, replacements for popular aircraft

02/5/2010 | Aviation Daily

As Boeing looks to boost its competitiveness, the aircraft maker is considering options to replace its popular 757 while also working on possible upgrades or re-engining for its profitable 737. The company has named Mike Bair, former general manager of the 787 program, to review its strategy for narrow-body aircraft.

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