Leading planemakers are battling over strategy for big jets as the Paris Airshow gets underway on Monday. After a bruising two-year fight for market share of popular smaller models, Airbus and Boeing are increasing the deployment of next-generation long-range jets, seen as crucial to the future of both companies and their suppliers. To see Reuters' full multimedia coverage of the June 17-23 show, please double-click in the brackets below. You can also follow us on Twitter at> All air show stories TOP STORIES > Wide-body jets to dominate Paris Airshow > Boeing to launch 787-10 with up to 100 orders > Doric unveils $8 bln Airbus A380 order > Embraer pushes deeper into Bombardier turf > Boeing says battery didn't slow other programs ORDERS > Lufthansa confirms $10 bln order for A320s > ILFC confirms $5 bln Airbus A320neo order > Leasing company GECAS to order Boeing 787-10X > TUI Travel confirms order for 60 Boeing 737MAX > SkyMark Airlines to order Boeing 737 MAX planes > BA set to order 10 Boeing 787-10s - newspaper DEFENCE > Boeing sees 100-200 international tanker sales > European defence cos call for drone programme > Aerojet Rocketdyne sees 10-yr savings of $1 bln > Sikorsky upbeat on global helicopter market ENGINES > Pratt sees F-35 engines deal in next 30 days > Jet engine makers battle over performance BACKGROUND > Air rivalry heats up as A350 makes first flight > EADS boss rules out new BAE merger attempt > EADS boss sees strong Airbus orders at Airshow > Boeing raises jetliner demand forecast NEWSLINKS For stories on defence For stories on aerospace For stories on airlines For stories on global security issues LIVE PRICES & DATA Pan-European DJStoxx Transport & Leisure Index NYSE Arca Airline Index S&P Aerospace and Defense Index DJStoxx TMI Aerospace & Defence Index
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