Boeing is not expected to reach a 737 production rate of 57 new aircraft a month until 2020 due to MAX issues, and delivery of around 90 MAXs—once seen for this year—could slip into next year, according to several new analyses going around Wall Street. But once MAX production and deliveries are cleared to resume, the large commercial aircraft (LCA) manufacturing sector could see total annual deliveries expand at a growth rate of at least 7% into 2022. Above all, with ...

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