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Jon Ostrower

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Wall Street Journal

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Jon Ostrower, The Wall Street Journal


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Jon Ostrower, the Wall Street Journal; and Molly McMillin, The Wichita Eagle.
Jon Ostrower, Aerospace Beat Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Episode 241 - Jon Ostrower. Jon Ostrower Episode 41 - Talking with Jon Ostrower


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The latest salvo from Boeing is a shrink of the 737 MAX 8 (dubbed the 737 MAX 7X as per Jon Ostrower of the Wall Street Journal) that would seat more passengers than the 737 MAX 7 and offer better range and unit economics.


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Finally, last night I was struck by something cited by Jon Ostrower of the Wall Street Journal as he wrote, "Out of curiosity, I found the first New York Times reference to Adolf Hitler.
Nov. 21, 1922."


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MIAMI - According to a report by Jon Ostrower of the Wall Street Journal, Bombardier is about to close a deal with Atlanta-based carrier Delta Air Lines for the acquisition of up to 125 CSeries aircraft.
The order, reported by Ostrower to be for 75 aircraft in firm plus 50 options, would be the largest order placed to date for the CSeries program, a major victory for the program which has struggled to find customers. This order could be considered a contrarian move by Delta, which has avoided bleeding edge and clean sheet aircraft such as the 787, A320neo, and 737 Max in favor of more proven aircraft with a lower capital expenditure.


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