While Boeing’s Everett site is starting work on the 1,000th 777, the fuselage for the 7,000th 737 quietly entered the company’s Renton site last week. The aircraft is due to be delivered in mid-December to Middle East-based carrier FlyDubai. The Boeing 737 is the most produced jet airliner in history and is on track to continue hitting the record books with 2,191 currently unfilled orders, not including the recently launched 737 MAX re-engined derivative. Also noteworthy is the accelerating ...

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