Boeing has been considering making its proposed new midsize aircraft a widebody for some time. But now, airlines and lessors have just one message for the manufacturer: Get on with it. The airframer has been briefing a number of airlines about the project, intended to cover the middle of the market between the Boeing 737 and 787 and replacing the 757 and 767. Just as it rolled out the 737-9 and nears launch of the proposed -10X to counter Airbus’s highly successful A321neo, customers ...

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