They could see the 50-plus gliders sitting on the adjacent airport ramps, but after a Boeing reception in Seattle, Wall Street analysts sounded mostly assuaged about 737 supply issues. The event took on more importance after August news reports from the Seattle area highlighted the growing number of unfinished 737s being parked outside. The issue has been growing for Boeing since late last year as key suppliers have seen ripples in deliveries emerge—namely Spirit AeroSystems, which ...

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