Aircraft OEM Announces Increase in Aircraft Production to 31 Per Month

Boeing Plans to Increase B737 MAX Production to 31 Per Month Starting 2nd Quarter!

“The 737 MAX is now approved to fly in nearly every country, and since late 2020, the fleet has safely flown more than one million flight hours with schedule reliability above 99 percent. We delivered 81 737 MAX airplanes in the first quarter, including 34 in March. We also steadily increased production and are on track to reach a rate of 31 per month in the second quarter. We’ll continue to prioritize quality, stability and supply chain capacity in determining future production increases,” said Boeing President and CEO Dave Calhoun in his message to employees addressing the company’s first-quarter results.

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