Boeing's progress toward producing two aircraft per day from its Renton, Wash., 737 factory has reached another milestone with the rollout of the first aircraft on a 35-per-month cycle. Renton's parallel final-assembly lines are scheduled to reach a combined rate of 42 aircraft/month in the first half of 2014. With 21-22 production days per month, that rate equals about one aircraft per day from each of the two lines. The last time Boeing increased its rates was in 2009. The ...
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