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1. Boeing to Increase 777 Production Rate
Boeing to Increase 777 Production Rate. Boeing is to increase its production rate for the 777 program to 8.3 airplanes per month in the first quarter 2013. This is the second production increase announced for the program this year. In March the program announced it would increase production from five to seven airplanes per month beginning in mid-2011.
2. Airbus Revises Aircraft Production Rates
Airbus has updated the production rate planning for its A320 Family of aircraft in response to the market environment. The new average production rates for the A320 Family will now lead to a gradual increase in production from the current rate of 40 per month to 43 in Q3 and 45 in Q4 2021. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 22 January 2021.
3. Airbus to Increase Production of A320 Family Aircraft
Airbus to Increase Production of A320 Family Aircraft. Airbus has said is to increase the monthly production rate of its A320 Family aircraft to 38 per month in August 2011 and to 40 per month in first quarter 2012. Currently Airbus turns out 34 A320 Family aircraft per month rising to 36 from December 2010. For the time being the A330/A340 Family production remains at rate 8.5.
4. Boeing Again Increases Production Rate of 737
Boeing Again Increases Production Rate of 737. Boeing is to increase production of its Next-Generation 737s, taking the rate from the planned 34 airplanes per month to 35 in early 2012. In May, Boeing cited continued strong demand for the Next-Generation 737 as reason to ramp-up production from 31.5 to 34 airplanes per month and indicated plans to study further increases.
5. Airbus Revises Production Rates
Airbus Revises Production Rates. Airbus has adapted its production rates of its A320 Family programme from 36 to 34 a month from October 2009 onwards. Production rates of the A330/A340 family will be paused at the current level of 8.5 a month, and not increased further as previously planned.
6. Boeing to Reduce Production Rates of 777 and 787; Stop Making 747
Boeing has announced that it will end production of the iconic Queen of the Skies - the Boeing 747 - in 2022. The airline manufacturer will also reduce the production rates of its 777/777X to two per month, and 787 to six per month in 2021.
7. German Airbus A350 XWB Production Begins
German Airbus A350 XWB Production Begins. Airbus has started production in Germany of its answer to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner - the A350 XWB. The first German component will also be one for the record books for its size. Measuring almost 32 metres by 6 metres, the upper wing shell is the largest integrated component ever to be built by Airbus from weight-saving carbon fibre reinforce
8. Boeing Resumes Production of 737 MAX
Boeing has resumed low-rate production of the 737 MAX at the companys Renton, Washington factory. The 737 program is expected to gradually ramp up production this year.

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