At the ISTAT Americas conference in San Diego in March, Boeing actively promoted the impending launch of its 737-10X—to mixed response. Key lessors such as AerCap and Air Lease Corp. expressed doubt about the aircraft’s capabilities and service-entry timing. Airlines seemed much more interested in what could become of Boeing’s next big program, known as the middle-of-the-market aircraft, the New Midsize Airplane (NMA) or simply the 797. The 737-10X is Boeing’s ...
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