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Boeing to Increase Production of 737s

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Boeing is to increase production rates on its Next-Generation 737 program to 34 airplanes per month in early 2012. The current production rate on the 737 program is 31.5 airplanes per month.

"With over 5,200 sold to date, the Next-Generation 737 is the workhorse in our customers' fleets around the world," said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh. "Even through the global economic downturn, our diverse 737 backlog has remained very strong. Increasing the 737 production rate is the right thing to do to meet the growth and fleet replacement needs of our customers."

With more than 2,000 unfilled orders from more than 80 customers around the world, the Next-Generation 737 is one of the newest and most technologically advanced airplanes in its class.

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