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Fri December 20, 2013
Boeing Notifies Bidding Sites About Status Of 777X Decision
Boeing says it has begun telling states whether they're still in the running to build its new 777X.
Boeing has gotten proposals from 22 states covering 54 locations that all want to build the plane. Boeing says it is narrowing the list down and is telling each location its status in the process. Boeing isn't releasing the list publicly.
The company says it expects to pick a location early next year.
Boeing began looking for a new location to build the successor to its popular 777 after union workers in Washington state rejected a deal that would have kept the work there. The 777X is expected to bring thousands of well-paying jobs to wherever it is assembled.
Boeing is aiming to deliver the plane in 2020.