Boeing yesterday announced a further bump to the 737NG production rate, to 35 per month in early 2012, up from 31.5 currently.
Boeing yesterday announced a further bump to the 737NG production rate, to 35 per month in early 2012, up from 31.5 currently. Last month the manufacturer said it would boost 737NG production to 34 per month beginning in early 2012 (ATW Daily News, May 18). "Our customers continue to show their preference for the Next-Generation 737 by exercising order options as well as by placing new orders," said Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh. "We've managed our ...
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