UPDATE – A $2.8 billion charge on fixed-price defense development programs had a significant impact on Boeing’s earnings and revenues, resulting in a $-3.308 billion consolidated net loss in Q3. But despite more aircraft deliveries and higher revenues,...
UPDATE – Doubling the number of 737/MAX deliveries to Boeing helped Spirit AeroSystems to push revenues up by 26-28 percent in Q2 and HY1 respectively. The Tier 1 supplier is expecting a slower increase in production rates for the coming period as the industry...
UPDATE – Despite improving its margins, Boeing Commercial Airplanes continues to be loss-making in HY1 and Q2. Revenues were higher thanks to more MAX deliveries, but the continued delivery pause of the 787 continues to affect income and cash flow. Boeing...
Higher volumes of Boeing 737/MAX fuselages and wings, Airbus A220 wings, and Bombardier corporate jet fuselages have pushed revenues of Spirit AeroSystems to $980 million in the third quarter. On the downside, the tier-1 supplier is affected by lower widebody rates...
Boeing has further revised its production rates for 2021 and 2022, it reported on July 29 at the presentation of its Q2 and HY1 results. The airframer confirms that first deliveries of the 777-9 (to Emirates) have slipped by a year and are now ‘targeted for’ 2022....
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