Boeing has started delivering MAX aircraft out of inventory again that have had rework done on the tailfin fitting issue. The airframer and supplier Spirit AeroSystems are dedicating lots of resources to the issue, but the problem is slowly being addressed, Chief...
UPDATE – Boeing reiterates its delivery targets of 400 to 450 737s and MAX aircraft for this year, despite the latest quality issue with fittings of the vertical tail fin. Inspections and rework on aircraft in production and inventory “will impact the timing of...
UPDATE – Boeing produced a strong fourth quarter of 2022, reducing its net losses compared to the same period of the previous year. But the full-year consolidated loss was higher than in 2021, mainly to be blamed on the Q3 charge on Defense projects. Boeing...
Boeing intends to significantly ramp up the production rates of all its commercial aircraft projects in 2025-2026 and intends to strengthen its financial position. Boeing shared its plans today during its Investors Conference in Renton. Boeing wants to get back to 800...
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,...
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