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It’s official: Boeing’s troubled 737 loses title of world’s most popular jet to Airbus’ A320

WorldNews Tuesday, 19 November 2019
It’s official: Boeing’s troubled 737 loses title of world’s most popular jet to Airbus’ A320The European plane maker Airbus has just got ahead of its American rival, with its A320-family aircraft seizing the title of the world’s best-selling narrow-body airliner from Boeing’s scandal-plagued 737 and 737MAX models. In the decades-long race between Airbus and Boeing, the Seattle-based company seems to be slipping from the top spot as its star airplane, the single-aisle 737, isn’t the most popular jet anymore. It has been the best-selling commercial aircraft of all time during five decades of its...
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