Boeing 777F to be delivered to Korean Air in February. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing rolled out the first 777—a freighter for Korean Air—to be built at the production rate of 8.3 per month. Boeing built 777s a rate of five per month just two years ago. The new build rate equates to 100 777s produced annually. VP and GM-777 program and airplane development Scott Fancher said in a statement, “Our factory is running smoothly and we’ve reduced the time it takes to ...

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