For years, the Farnborough airshow was a bitter dogfight between Boeing and Airbus.
That may soon be over.
The head of Airbus parent EADS said Saturday that the duopoly is being challenged by new entrants from Canada, China, Brazil and Russia who are eyeing the lucrative single-aisle market.
“We have new competitors now,” said Louis Gallois at a media day in London before the airshow, which starts Monday.
Canadian and Chinese competitors are the closest _ although they are still years from making a dent in the markets for the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737, he said.
To see the full story click here.