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Boeing’s aircraft deliveries slipped in October on 737 fuselage flaw

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  • Boeing delivered 35 planes in October, down from 51 in September.
  • The manufacturer said a flaw in 737 Max fuselages hurt deliveries last month.
  • Boeing last week laid out its goals to return to around $100 billion in annual sales by the middle of the decade.

Supply chain problems and labor shortages have prevented the manufacturer from ramping production up further, an issue that has hit rival Airbus, too, just as travelers are returning in droves. JetBlue and United are among the airlines that have complained about aircraft delivery delays.

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