Watch: Boeing to produce a new plane every 10 hours by 2020

As Boeing’s stocks climb rapidly, CEO Dennis Muilenburg announced the goal of producing 900 planes annually by 2020. Muilenburg also claimed that the world’s fleets will double in size in the next two decades. 2017 saw Boeing pump out a plane every 11.5 hours, but they aren’t done yet. Now chipping away at back orders, Boeing is angling to lead the charge on strong growth in aerospace. Will it pay off?

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