Boeing continues to experience 737 production issues as cumulative problems with late and incomplete fuselages, a shortage of skilled mechanics, and the late arrival of CFM engines impact deliveries, which are not expected to recover until year-end, the company said.  Production problems have been brewing all year, but came to a peak in recent weeks at Boeing’s Renton, Washington assembly site, where up to 40 unfinished 737s are now standing in open storage alongside ...

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