Two years after Boeing launched studies for a new middle-of-the-market (MOM) aircraft, the first clear picture is beginning to emerge to show where the company’s evaluations are going and what kind of family may be developed. After boiling down input from 36 airlines and operators, Boeing’s market consensus is that there is a need for a  200-270-seat aircraft with a range of up to 5,000 nm. The aircraft will have a sixth-generation composite wing, more electrical systems ...

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