If we could come up with the right airplane in roughly the 2019, 2020 timeframe, I personally feel that there’s a strong argument that the market will wait for us, not withstanding the re-enginging. Most of the feedback we’re getting from customers is alignment with that, but we’ve got to work through this year what the airplane, more precisely, will look like.
Putting our backlog at risk twice, only makes sense if the airplane wants to be developed in 2025 or beyond. I think what we’re learning today about what our customers need and what technologies we have available to us, we are leaning toward development in the 2020 timeframe, but we’re going to confirm that as we go through it this year, reserving the option – if we’re wrong – as we go through the analysis to re-engine. But I don’t think it’s going to go that way.
New airplane developments, except for the possible derivatives, a -10 would be an example of that, I think those interests tend to be…the derivatives would tend to be in the second half of the decade and then new airplanes would be at the end.