The first flight with leather aviator jackets in a Boeing 737

Boeing is unveiling its next generation of 737 jets on Thursday, but the jet will likely not be built in a traditional leather jacket.

Instead, the company will use the materials to build the next-generation version of the 737, according to a new report from Recode.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is Boeing’s most advanced jetliner, and the 737 is its biggest, making it a great candidate for a new leather-based model.

In a 2014 interview with the Wall Street Journal, Boeing CEO Jim McNerney said that he was looking for a model that would be a lot more comfortable than the 737’s “regular” leather jackets.

The 737 has been designed from the ground up with an interior that is designed to be more comfortable.

Its wings are made of soft, lightweight material called carbon fiber.

The wings also fold down when not in use.

And the plane’s fuselage has been curved to create an “inside-out” design that allows more space between the wings and fuselage.

“I like the fact that the 787 has a lot of flexibility,” McNerny said in 2014.

“That means the wings can be folded up, and you can move the wing-folding mechanism around to make the fuselage fold in the air.

That’s a really cool feature that I really like.”

According to Recode, Boeing plans to use the carbon fiber in the new 737, but not in the leather jackets that were already used on Boeing’s 777 and 777X jets.

The company has already started producing leather aviators jackets for the 767, 737, 787 and 787X, and Boeing has said it plans to produce leather jackets for other planes as well.

Boeing did not immediately respond to a request for comment on this story.

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