Boeing takes $2.8 bln hit in defense business, keeps cash flow goal
Cost overruns in Boeing's defense, space and security segment have hobbled a recovery for the company attempting to come out of successive crises by cashing in on an upsurge in air travel demand after two years of COVID-related curbs. Both Boeing and its European rival Airbus SE have ramped up production of narrowbody jets, with Boeing delivering 112 jets in the third quarter compared to 85 jets last year.
Boeing records loss of $2.8 billion in defense sector and maintains full-year surplus target
[26th Reuters] - US aircraft giant Boeing recorded a loss of 28 billion dollars on the 26th in the defense, space, and security sector, which has fallen into poor performance. Losses related to the presidential aircraft “Air Force One” and the refueling tanker business were recorded. Boeing is also struggling to increase production of jet airliners due to labor shortages and supply restrictions, but left the surplus forecast for the full year 20…
Boeing posts $3.3B loss on costs tied to defense programs
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Boeing reports unexpected loss after taking hits from Air Force One, Starliner programs
Boeing reported an unexpected loss in the third quarter Wednesday after taking a massive $2.8 billion charge related to its high profile defense and space businesses, including completing the new versions of Air Force One and its much delayed Starliner space capsule.
Boeing posts £2.9bn loss on costs tied to defence programmes
Boeing reported a surprising 3.3 billion US dollar (£2.9 billion) loss for the third quarter on Wednesday, as revenue fell short of expectations and it took huge losses for fixed-cost government programmes including new Air Force One presidential jets.