Boeing boosts 737 production to 35 per month

Boeing mechanic prepares a part for loading into the automated spar assembly tool at the 737 factory in Renton, Wash. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing announced it has begun building the first 737NextGens at a rate of 35 aircraft per month, up from 31.5 airplanes a month, to meet demand. The 737 production...

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