737 Production Cuts Shouldn’t Delay Non-MAX Deliveries, Boeing Says

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ATLANTA—Boeing is confident that its move to cut 737 production nearly 20% later this month will have minimal effect on delivery schedules for the non-MAX aircraft still being made, including the remaining 737NGs headed for airlines, a few business jets, and regular deliveries of its P-8 maritime...

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