Research firm expects Boeing to delay 737NG replacement

04/17/2011 | Air Transport World

Boeing likely will postpone the introduction of a new aircraft to replace its 737NG, according to Buckingham Research. James Bell, president and CFO of Boeing Corporate, downplayed expectations that the company will roll out a new aircraft to challenge the A320neo, which has been revamped by Airbus. Buckingham and others had speculated that Boeing would unveil a new program at the upcoming Paris Air Show.

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