787. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing is on track to ramp up 787 production to five aircraft a month by the end of this year and to 10 a month by late 2013, the company’s top executive said Wednesday. Announcing a strong set of second-quarter and first-half results, Boeing chairman, president and CEO Jim McNerney told financial analysts the company would be focused through the rest of the year on execution, production ramp-up and profitability. “I am confident of our ability to ...

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