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  • Boeing’s Air-Show Comeback Seen Tempered by Soft Economy

    Boeing Co.’s chance to eclipse Airbus SAS at the industry’s largest air show next week risks being overshadowed by a faltering economy and its European rival setting up a manufacturing hub in the U.S.

  • Boeing Squeezes in MAX Line to Protect Profits From 737

    Boeing Co. will add a third production line to its single-aisle aircraft factory to make the new 737 MAX without risking output for the current version of its best-selling jet.

  • Boeing Board Weighs 737 Upgrade Next Week

    Boeing Co. has customers lined up for an upgrade of its best-selling 737 with more fuel-efficient engines as it awaits board approval for the project as soon as Aug. 29, the planemaker’s business-development chief said.

  • Boeing May Win in 2010 Orders as Airbus Waffles on A320

    Boeing Co. may be headed for its first victory in aircraft orders in three years, buoyed by demand for the 737 jet as larger rival Airbus SAS defers a decision on whether to offer a new engine on its A320.

  • Boeing Bets on New 737 MAX to Win $1 Trillion in Jet Orders

    Boeing Co. is counting on the 737 MAX, the new version of the world’s most widely flown jetliner, to help capture half of a $2 trillion market in the next 20 years and fend off a challenge from Airbus SAS.

  • Boeing Leans Toward a Bigger Dreamliner

    Boeing Co. is leaning toward a bigger version of the 787 Dreamliner as the U.S. company seeks to out-maneuver Airbus SAS in a widebody jetliner market it reckons will be worth almost $2 trillion over the next 20 years.

  • Boeing Leans Toward a Bigger Dreamliner

    Boeing Co. is leaning toward a bigger version of the 787 Dreamliner as the U.S. company seeks to out-maneuver Airbus SAS in a widebody jetliner market it reckons will be worth almost $2 trillion over the next 20 years.

  • ILFC Will Order 100 Airbus Planes, 33 Boeing 737s Valued at $11.8 Billion

    American International Group Inc. ’s jet-leasing unit said it will buy 100 Airbus SAS aircraft and 33 Boeing Co . 737s, $11.8 billion in planes at list prices, as airlines refresh their fleets amid rising travel demand.

  • Airbus Neo Hot Streak Pressures Boeing

    Airbus SAS reached a goal of topping 500 orders for its upgraded A320neo aircraft by the end of the Paris Air Show on the second day of the event as carriers put pressure on Boeing Co. to respond with an all-new airliner.

  • Airbus Delays Introducing Largest A350 Plane to Add More Powerful Engines

    Airbus SAS delayed introduction of its largest A350 wide-body aircraft by 18 months to meet demands for additional range and payload that will put the jet into more direct competition with Boeing Co’s 777-300ER.

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