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Boeing (BA) officially resumes deliveries of the 787, the latest step towards putting the...

Boeing (BA) officially resumes deliveries of the 787, the latest step towards putting the lithium-ion battery fiasco in the rearview. The first delivery since January 16 was made to All Nippon Airways Tuesday and the company says it still expects to deliver 60 of the planes this year. Profit margins may be pinched in the interim however, as the planes now making their way to customers are also some of the earlier jets, which cost more to produce and were discounted to lull buyers, Reuters notes.
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  • ssjdp
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    Anyone have the highs/lows of the sell-side targets?
    14 May 2013, 09:24 PM Reply Like
  • thomas85225
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    The 787 was start on 3-28-2003 and Boeing stated is would assembley one 787 ever three days, its now 5-14-2013
    a class action by the by the stock holders as been filed
    Boeing need to sale 1100 787 to break even and that was before the grounding

     

    Boeing started delivery in 2008 of the 787-8 and is pay now paying late fee to airlines and still has not meet rate of 10 months
    The airline are sueing boeing over the grounding and the lost profits since 1-16-2013
    Many Airlines are NOT replacing their existing fleet of 747-400 with 747-8
    British Airways will buy up to 36 long-haul Airbus A350 passenger planes worth almost $12bn at list prices.
    Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) is considering buying as many as 20 wide-body jets from Airbus SAS

     

    China to buy 60 Airbus jets 42 A320 jets and 18 wide-bodied A330 planes
    Japan Airlines is considering buying 20 Airbus A350 aircraft for approximately JPY400bn ($4.23bn), a development that would reduce its reliance on Boeing.

     

    There appear to be some resentment with the airlines, Boeing and the import and export bank
    Delta Airline, British Airways, China and Boeing and the U.S. Import-Export Bank with their board members, including Boeing CEO James McNerney (formally of GE & 3M) and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt.
    Delta and other Airline Group have file law suits against The U.S. Export-Import Bank over Air India Loan Guarantees
    http://bloom.bg/Ysv8rK
    16 May 2013, 03:45 AM Reply Like
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