Boeing plans to step up production of 737 jet

06/16/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The · SeattlePI.com

Boeing said it will increase production of its 737 jet, with a goal of making 35 planes per month by the beginning of 2012. In May, the company announced a similar move, aiming to increase production to 34 planes a month. The plan is a reflection of the 737's popularity, said Jim Albaugh, head of Boeing's commercial-airplane unit. "We will continue to monitor demand as we go forward," Albaugh said.

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