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Exclusive: Boeing plans new 737 MAX output jump in late-2022, sources say

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SEATTLE/PARIS (Reuters) – Planemaker Boeing has drawn up preliminary plans for a fresh sprint in 737 MAX output to as many as 42 jets a month in fall 2022, industry sources said. The plans would extend the U.S. company’s recovery from overlapping safety and COVID-19 crises and lift output beyond an early 2022 target of 31 a month, which the sources said Boeing aims to reach in March. Implementation will depend on demand, the health of suppliers and Boeing’s success in reducing a surplus of jets already built. Boeing declined to comment and pointed to its latest guidance. Last month it reaffirm…

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