The first aircraft destined for Boeing’s new 737 completion and delivery center in China—a MAX 8—left Seattle, Washington state Nov. 6. Boeing expects the center in Zhoushan in eastern China to quickly reach its planned capacity of 100 deliveries a year, Boeing China president John Bruns said. Work on the first aircraft will be limited to such tasks as installing seats as workers familiarize themselves with the MAX, Bruns said. The center is jointly owned by Boeing and ...

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