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Old 27th October 2017, 05:47 AM
Reece perram Reece perram is offline
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Default Boeing considering restarting production of the 767-300ER

Boeing are considering restarting the production of the 767-300ER by the end of the year

the prospect of restarting the 767-300ER passenger line could serve as interim lift until the prospective entry-into-service of the Boeing New Midrange Aircraft, now commonly called the 797, for the Middle of the Market sector. Restarting the 767P has been an on again, off again prospect. When LNC hypothesized in August about the tactical move, it was “on again.” Subsequently, it was “off” when Boeing decided to increase production of the 787 from 12 to 14/mo.
Now, it’s “on again.”
No decision has been made. One could come by the end of the year.

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https://leehamnews.com/2017/10/19/bo...assenger-line/
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