As the Boeing 737 MAX crisis drags on, Airbus is positioning its A220 as the plane to fill in the gap left by the MAX’s absence.
Airbus—Boeing’s long-time rival—is hoping to capitalize on the grounding of its competitor’s aircraft. As airlines increasingly look elsewhere for a narrow-body jet to take the MAX’s place, the A220 becomes more viable.
Formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries, the aircraft was a prize acquisition by Airbus when it bought control o…
Source URL: The Airbus A220 Takes Aim at the 737 MAX
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com