Boeing’s CEO David Calhoun is playing poker with the US Congress. He spoke yesterday about the potential certification issues with the MAX10 and for the first time indicated that Boeing might walk away from that program should Congress not provide the company a time...
UPDATE – Boeing has confirmed that the first delivery of the 777-9 has slipped to 2025, without being more specific about the exact quarter. The airframer has revised the schedule of the 777X program, “which reflects an updated assessment of the time required to...
With the official launch of the 777-8 Freighter confirmed today with the first order from Qatar Airways, it marks the start of Boeing’s renewal of its full-freighter portfolio. AirInsight talked to Tom Sanderson, Director of Product Marketing of Boeing Commercial...
UPDATE – Boeing has taken a pre-tax non-cash charge of $3.460 billion on the 787 program as deliveries remain suspended over quality issues. Abnormal costs for the Dreamliner increased by $285 million in Q4 and total approximately $2.0 billion, with most being...
UPDATE – Boeing expects that rework on the 787 and lower production rates to result in $1.0 billion in abnormal costs. Of this, $183 million has been recorded in the third quarter results, the airframer said on October 27 during the Q3 results presentation. 787...
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