Boeing weighs its options for replacing the 737

by Braniff on September 10, 2010

As Boeing weighs its options for replacing the popular 737, the best choice may be continually upgrading the plane it has.

Boeing Commercial Airplanes division CEO Jim Albaugh talked about the new option Tuesday in an internal Renton webcast, and called the plane the “737NG Plus,” according to the popular aerospace blog FlightBlogger.

(NG refers to “Next Generation,” because the current 737 series, which first flew in 1998, actually is a significant upgrade of the original 1967 version.

Read more: Boeing mulls continual 737 upgrade – Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

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