It’s official: Boeing’s troubled 737 loses title of world’s most popular jet to Airbus’ A320
Tuesday, 19 November 2019
The 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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