Boeing 737NG. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing said Thursday its 737NG production rate will increase to 38 per month in the second quarter of  2013, up from 31.5 currently and a planned increase to 35 per month in early 2012. "Increasing production is in response to customer demand for this airplane," Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh said. "Airlines want this innovative airplane sooner to renew their fleets to serve their customers. We made this ...

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