Boeing will be sitting on fantastic 7E7 sales. The 747 Advanced will just be launching, with about 100 orders. The 737 Replacement will be well underway and a 777NG will be in the works too. Financially the company will be experiencing flat revenue growth until those two new products come out, profits will be good.
Airbus will be in a rather precarious position because of timing. They will have to at least NG
the A320 and build a 330-340 replacement to counter Boeing's devastating 7E7-777NG matchup. The A380 will NOT be anchoring the company. It will sell about 150-200 and Airbus will be stuck. This will be a time when EADS is banking on ITS defense business, like Boeing partially is now. Now after this, both companies will be competing with eachother again, playing the same cat and mouse that they have been. Boeing will have a significant lead with an earlier intro for the widebodies. Narrowbodies is a matter of who can get a plane launched first.