Boeing said Tuesday it has started building the 777 at a rate of 8.3 aircraft per month, up 20% from the 7 per month rate it had been building the widebody aircraft.
Boeing produces a 777 on a production line in Everett. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing said Tuesday it has started building the 777 at a rate of 8.3 aircraft per month, up 20% from the 7 per month rate it had been building the widebody aircraft (ATW Daily News, March 17, 2011). The manufacturer said a rate of 8.3 aircraft per month is the “highest rate ever for a Boeing twin-aisle airplane … The first part, the lower lobe of the aft fuselage, of the first 777 [a freighter ...
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