Boeing to Boost 737 Production

Boeing has been in the headlines recently for malfunctions in its wide-body, long-range 787 Dreamliner, but the future of the company really rests on the success of its more profitable programs that get less attention. Chief among these is the single-aisle, short-range 737, which Boeing estimates will make up more than half of all commercial aviation demand over the next 20 years.

Boeing recently announced that it would dramatically increase production of these vital little planes. For more about Boeing's plans to build the 737 faster, and what that means for investors, tune in to this video by Motley Fool contributor Daniel Ferry.

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thomas85225

Boeing only has six year of production left in Washington state

There only 3074 737NG left to build and the at rate of 42 that will be finish in 6 years,
777 has 328 left to build,
767 has 51 left to build
747-8 only has 65 left to build,
737 MAX has 2440 and is still on the drawing board and mostly and the 2nd assembly line will be in south Caroline

the number of 777-X and 777-10 is unknown

Qatar Airways serious about no 777-X orders? | Plane Talking
Air NZ helps explain why the 777 isn't right for Qantas - Wings ...

www.flightglobal.com/blogs/.../04/...why-the-777-isnt-right-for-qantas

Udvar-Hazy earlier this week said the 777X needs further “design refinements” before he would consider ordering the aircraft.

http://www.aviationweek.com/Article.aspx?id=/article-xml/awx_06_20_2013_p0-590185.xml&loginAction=true

Will the Airline waiting for Boeing to go into production of the 777-X, 737MAX , 787-10 that several years after or buy from Airbus

Airbus is now subcontract to Sprint AeroSystems, Triumph Aero structures - Vought Aircraft Division. Vought Aircraft in plant once own by Boeing
Delta Air Lines, British Airways Poised to Dump Boeing, Singapore Airlines likely to convert orders to A350-900 & -1000, ANA is in Discussions For A350 Orders,
Lion Air, American Airlines, Air China, Mexican budget airline VivaAerobus and Vietnamese airline

Will the Washington governor be the next Ceo of Boeing! Or Bernard Madoff, cell mate alone with the IAM leadership

Washington state governor could really help the Washington state farmer during the next planting season

November 12 2013 at 4:58 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply