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Spirit AeroSystems ships initial Next-Generation 737 at 35 per month rate

In early November, Spirit AeroSystems shipped the initial Next-Generation 737 fuselage built at an increased production rate of 35 per month. The fuselage will travel by rail to Boeing's final assembly facility in Renton, Wash. Spirit builds the entire fuselage for the 737 in addition to its pylons, pieces of the nacelle system, and wing components.

Press release issued by Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. on November 8, 2011


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Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. Wing Flaps, Empennages, Nacelles, Wings, Aircraft Control Surfaces, Aircraft Structural Components, Thrust Reversers, Engine Pylons, Fuselage Sections, Engine Inlets, Wing Spoilers, Fairings
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