Boeing will increase the monthly 737 production rate to 52 aircraft in 2018, when it expects to start manufacturing 620 737s per year. The company said the decision to raise the 737 production rate again was driven by “strong market demand from customers worldwide.” Boeing this year increased the 737 production rate to 42 per month. The production rate was already scheduled to rise to 47 per month in 2017. Boeing has projected demand for more than 25,000 single-aisle aircraft ...

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