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Thu, Feb 03, 2011

Boeing: No Price Cut On 737s

More Likely To Replace The Workhorse Single-Aisle Airliner Wholesale

Boeing executives said Monday they see no reason to cut the price of their ubiquitous 737 line, even as Airbus gets ready to roll out the A320neo.


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While Airbus is working to reconfigure the A320 to compete with the likes of Bombardier's CSeries and China's Comac C919, Boeing has continued to say that an all-new airplane is more likely to come out of their shops with service beginning in 2019 or 2020.

The Aerospace News blog from the Seattle Post-Intellegencer indicates that Boeing has said that they feel no pressure to put the 737 on sale to better compete with the A320neo. In fact, a Boeing official told the Dow Jones Newswire that the neo is just now catching up with Boeing's economics.

FMI: www.boeing.com


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