By Bjorn Fehrm
October 17, 2019, © Leeham News: FlightGlobal writes Boeing is investigating re-engining the 767-400ER with GE GEnx engines to produce a new freighter and perhaps a passenger aircraft as a replacement for the NMA project. Development costs would be lower and it would be easier to get a business plan which closes for the upgraded 767 than for the NMA.
We commented on the idea earlier in the week and here follows a technical analysis of what re-engining the 767 would bring.
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Category: Airbus, Boeing, Boeing KC-X tanker, GE Aviation, Middle of the Market, MOM, New Midmarket Aircraft, NMA, Pratt & Whitney, Premium, Rolls-Royce
Tags: 767-200ER, 767-300ER, 767-300ERF, 767-400, 767-400F, A330, A330neo, Airbus, Boeing
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