Soaring sales of the A321neo and the woes of Boeing’s 737 MAX have enabled Airbus to make big gains in market share. Can a cash-strapped Boeing afford to develop a new aircraft in response – and if it does, what would be the best approach? And how much life is left in “conventional” aircraft and engine designs now that pressure on the industry is mounting for carbon-neutral travel?

Aerospace analyst Sash Tusa joins Aviation Week editors for a look at what’s coming in aircraft and engine design, from the near-term to the long-term.

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