Boeing To Slow 737-Based Military Aircraft Production

Boeing P-8 assembly line
Credit: Brian Everstine/Aviation Week
RENTON, WASHINGTON—Boeing plans to slow production of militarized 737 aircraft to 12 per year from 18 beginning in April as demand for the P-8A Poseidon slows and other military versions have not been ordered. The military production line here runs alongside the 737 commercial counterpart and has a...

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