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  • Sell Boeing: Not Worth Dreamliner Grounding Risk [View article]
    A voice of reason in a sea of cynicism...
    Aug 5 06:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sell Boeing: Not Worth Dreamliner Grounding Risk [View article]
    Just to clarify here...could you please explain your level of expertise in aerospace products/services/manu... so that we, investors, can better evaluate this financial advice/position proffered?
    Aug 5 06:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sell Boeing: Not Worth Dreamliner Grounding Risk [View article]
    Wow...you must have some background in aerospace to spew all of that. What??..are you a retired McD engineer that feels like he needs to trash Boeing for having the audacity to merge with a company that demonstrated no ability to understand the commercial airplane market after WWII?
    Aug 5 05:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing, EADS And The Future Market [View article]
    Sorry..just to clarify my comment on the A380. I did not mean to imply that Airbus had the correct family of a/p's strategy, especially emphasized by their insistence to build the A380. I meant to say it so one would understand that I believe Boeing has the correct strategy in "point to point". No one flying wants to spend an hour boarding or unloading with 500+ passengers. Not to mention the fact that in order for the A380 to take off and land, requires the airports to build special infrastructure (heavier runways, longer runways, special terminals, etc)...lots and lots of capital $$'s. EADS has spent billions and billions developing a platform that was doomed to failure (from a $$'s and sense standpoint) from the beginning.
    Jun 20 03:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing, EADS And The Future Market [View article]
    Some additional factors you might consider: (1) There is a historical "boom & bust" cycle for ordering/receiving airplanes by the airlines with boom cycles running 5-8 yrs, bust periods are largely dependent on world economic conditions; (2) Boeing and EADS have absorbed the capacity for building comm'l a/p's from previous manufacturers, so there is room for both to produce 500-600 a/p's annually (each), especially during "up" periods of demand; (3) EADS' A380 is a hugh hurdle for EADS to overcome because of the better "point to point" build strategy (used by Boeing)..A380=albatross
    Jun 20 02:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing Reaches Endgame, Culmination Of Decade Of Problems With 'Nightmareliner' [View article]
    Agree. Anyone, who knows anything about aircraft, recognizes that the intro of a new family (especially one with so many new innovations) will take a little while to work out the bugs. Once these bugs are resolved, this will be a great success story. The flying public will love this airplane vs what they have to fly on now. It will exceed the 777, which is a great airplane.
    Jan 28 03:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing Reaches Endgame, Culmination Of Decade Of Problems With 'Nightmareliner' [View article]
    You need to revisit this comment. it is basically incoherent to most of the receivers.
    Jan 28 03:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing Reaches Endgame, Culmination Of Decade Of Problems With 'Nightmareliner' [View article]
    If you want to reduce some of your risk, I would like to take some of that $26 stock off your hands!! ;-)
    Jan 28 03:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Thursday Thrust: None From Boeing, That's For Sure! [View article]
    Just one small item for clarification on the above article: the referenced crashes for the DC-airplanes all occurred prior to the merger between Boeing and McDonnell-Douglas (merger was approved for go-ahead by the FTC in 1997). So, Boeing had no responsibility/associa... with the causes for any of these accidents. Introductions of new airplanes are almost always fraught with some mishaps, most of them minor in nature and relatively easy to correct. That does not mean to imply Boeing treats any incident as minor. Flight safety is the highest priority for Boeing and they will take whatever action(s) is required to ensure the flying public is safe.
    Jan 17 06:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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