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Paris Air Show will feature bold talk and undercurrents of worry

Paris Air Show will feature bold talk and undercurrents of worry

At the Paris Air Show, which starts Monday, bold talk from Boeing of new airplanes won’t mask the precarious reality of the aviation industry.
At the biennial show, Boeing will launch the 737 MAX 10, a new larger model of its latest single-aisle jet — a stopgap measure against a corresponding Airbus jet that’s a runaway sales winner.
Boeing executives will also give a confident teaser presentation on an all-new airplane that won’t be launched until next year at the earliest — the “middle-of-the-market” airplane already referred to as the 797.
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