Spirit AeroSystems has started preparing for higher production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX and Airbus A320neo family programs. It is working towards a rate 42 per month in October for the 737/MAX, although Boeing currently keeps its own production at 31 per month for...
Boeing will open a fourth assembly line for the 737/MAX in Puget Sound, but the first in Everett. The line will be located in a building previously used for 787 assembly and should be ready in 2024. The news was announced by Boeing internally on Monday morning and...
The global production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is expected to reach 300 million liters this year or even 450 million liters if the most optimistic calculations are taken into account. Although an important step, it is still a far cry from the thirty billion...
Aviation history was written on the evening of December 6, 2022, when the last-ever Boeing 747 rolled out of final assembly in Everett. The 1.574th ‘Jumbo Jet’, a 747-8F was slowly rolled out of Hall 40-21 and will now be prepared for her life as a full freighter with...
Yesterday the CAAC issued COMAC with its production certificate for the C919. The type certification was issued in September. COMAC now has permission to accelerate from making test aircraft to full production. COMAC likely delivers its first customer C919 to...
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