Spirit AeroSystems builds the 737 fuselage, pylons and thrust reversers and ships them to Boeing. It also builds part of the wing at its Tulsa facility. Boeing is now building 737s at an increased rate of 42 per month, or 500 a year.
Spirit AeroSystems builds the 737 fuselage, pylons and thrust reversers and ships them to Boeing. It also builds part of the wing at its Tulsa facility. Boeing is now building 737s at an increased rate of 42 per month, or 500 a year. File photo
Spirit AeroSystems builds the 737 fuselage, pylons and thrust reversers and ships them to Boeing. It also builds part of the wing at its Tulsa facility. Boeing is now building 737s at an increased rate of 42 per month, or 500 a year. File photo

Boeing begins 737 production at increased rate

February 04, 2014 3:25 PM

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