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Boeing begins assembling first Next-Generation 737-700ER

Boeing [NYSE:BA] recently began final assembly of the first Next-Generation 737-700ER (Extended Range), one of the newest members of the world's most successful single-aisle airplane family.

The wings, shown here, and landing gear are being joined to the 737-700ER fuselage in the Boeing manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash. Last-stage assembly and interiors installation will begin once the airplane joins the moving assembly line. ANA (All Nippon Airways) will receive the airplane in early 2007.

Press release issued by Boeing Commercial Airplanes on December 13, 2006


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