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Boeing vs. Airbus: Why Aviation’s Biggest Rivalry Is in Flux | WSJ

As Airbus is set to overtake Boeing to become the world’s largest plane maker by deliveries, WSJ explains how two jetliners—the 737 MAX and the A320neo—ended up at the center of the biggest rivalry in the aviation world.

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