Boeing aims to build planes faster to keep up with demand

08/12/2011 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

Boeing has a backlog of nearly 300 of its 777s and thousands of its civilian planes. The company said it needs to ramp up production of its commercial planes to keep up with demand. "When the market's good and you have customers coming to you, and they want airplanes in a year or two and you have to tell them to get in line, that's not a good place to be," said Jim Albaugh, head of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

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