BEIJING—The first Boeing 737 finished at the joint Boeing-COMAC completion facility in Zhoushan, China was delivered to its first customer, Air China, Dec. 15. The handover of the 737 MAX 8 came less than two years after construction began at the site. The plant’s staff spent about five weeks working on the aircraft, which had flown to Zhoushan from Seattle Nov. 6. Air China took delivery from Boeing directly, not the joint facility. The plant at Zhoushan in Zhejiang, eastern ...

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