Boeing yesterday announced that it will increase 737NG production from the current 31.5 per month to 34 per month in early 2012. "The planned rate increase is aimed at satisfying continued strong demand," the manufacturer said. "In addition, the company continues to study further potential 737 rate increases, given continued customer demand." Boeing indicated earlier this year that it was leaning toward raising production rates for both the 737 and 777 families ...

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