Boeing has stated it is being pressured to raise the production rate of the 737, which is another sign that the manufacturer is about to announce production rate increases beyond current targets. “There’s incredible pressure to go higher,” Boeing’s Commercial Airplanes CEO Ray Conner said at a news conference in New York to announce the $11bn order of a new 737 MAX 200 variant from Ryanair. “We still see tremendous demand across the board, way beyond 47 a month,” Conner said, referring to Boeing’s target to produce 47 737s per month, starting in 2017. Boeing currently produces 42 737s per

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