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DESCRIPTION: Randy Tinseth, Boeing marketing vice president assures the MAX 737 will be the most efficient single-aisle on the market in 2017, and ahead of the A320neo. The Boeing now has as priorities the final design completion of the medium-haul, converting purchase intentions into firm orders and retrieval of at least 50% of the market, estimated at 24,000 units over the next 20 years.

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