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Boeing Starts Building parts for first 737 MAX
October 15, 2014
LOS ANGELES—Production of fuselage stringers for the first Boeing 737 MAX has begun at the company’s Auburn, Wash., fabrication site, setting the clock ticking toward assembly of the first new-generation, re-engined model in 2015. Initial parts are entering production as Boeing closes in on the...
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