|Bid||213.14 x 1400|
|Ask||213.72 x 1100|
|Day's range||210.00 - 215.24|
|52-week range||113.02 - 221.33|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.43|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||13 Feb 2020|
|1y target est||N/A|
Boeing has seen improvements in certain elements of its supply chain, such as engine forgings and castings, Calhoun said. But the ability of aircraft makers like Boeing and European rival Airbus to meet customer demand for new planes will still be constrained "five years from now," he added. Boeing regularly tracks 25-30 parts from a subset of suppliers that have previoulsy faced production headwinds.
Boeing (BA) is set to procure critical long lead material and associated efforts to support maintenance of the full rate production timeline for the congressionally added F/A-18E/F aircraft.
Boeing (BA) closed the most recent trading day at $207.96, moving +1.1% from the previous trading session.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Boeing Co will stand down from late preparations for its first crewed Starliner test flight to space that was planned for July after it discovered two safety-critical issues with the spacecraft, a company official said on Thursday. Boeing found flammable tape material and issues with the spacecraft's parachute lines during engineering reviews last week, as engineers were targeting a July 21 launch date for the spacecraft, Mark Nappi, the company's Starliner manager, told reporters during a joint news conference with NASA officials.
Southwest Airlines Co CEO Bob Jordan said on Thursday that an industry-wide shortage of pilots is expected to last for three years due to the challenges carriers face in training new aviators. Jordan, speaking at the Bernstein Conference, said the Dallas-based airline has about 40 planes that it currently cannot fly because of pilot constraints. Analysts at Jefferies estimate the United States is 10,000 pilots short.
Boeing Co CEO Dave Calhoun downplayed speculation that China's maiden commercial flight of its domestically produced C919 narrowbody jet could foreshadow the end of the duopoly currently held by the U.S. planemaker and its European rival Airbus SE. On Sunday, China Eastern Airlines flew a C919 filled with passengers from Shanghai to Beijing - a milestone for manufacturer Commercial Aviation Corp of China (COMAC). Calhoun said the C919 is a "good airplane," but it will take a "long while" for COMAC to build the production capacity needed to meet Chinese airlines' demand.
The certification of the Boeing Co 737 MAX 7 is taking a "considerable amount of time" due to new documentation requirements, but the planemaker still believes it can be certified by the end of the year, a company executive said on Wednesday. Both the MAX 7 and MAX 10 are seen as critical for Boeing to compete against Airbus SE for orders at the larger and smaller ends of the narrowbody market. Southwest Airlines Co was expecting to accept the first MAX 7 this year, although the airline's CEO has noted plans to put the aircraft into service could be delayed until 2024.
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Boeing (BA) is set to offer manufacturing, assembly and delivery of various peculiar support equipment for the F/A-18E/F aircraft program.
A U.S. judge ruled late on Tuesday that relatives of those killed in a 2019 Boeing 737 MAX Ethiopian Airlines crash may seek compensation for pain and suffering of passengers before the plane hit the ground. Boeing in 2021 agreed to acknowledge liability for compensatory damages in lawsuits filed by families of the 157 people killed in the fatal Ethiopian 737 MAX crash. In February, the U.S. planemaker sought to exclude any evidence of pain and suffering that passengers may have experienced before the crash.
Boeing Co has increased production of its widebody 787 Dreamliner from three to four planes per month as it gets ready to ramp to five a month by the end of the year, a company official said on Tuesday. The U.S. planemaker also plans to add a second production line to the company's facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, as it completes work this year on inventory 787s that are being modified at the site to meet U.S. Federal Aviation Administration standards, said Lane Ballard, Boeing's vice president and general manager for the 787 program. Boeing's plant in Everett, Washington, where 787s also are being modified to meet FAA standards, will continue doing that work, Ballard added.
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Embraer (ERJ) signs a $635 million deal with Malaysia's SKS Airways for supplying 10 E195-E2 Jets.
PARIS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd is close to placing an order worth around $2 billion for Boeing 777-8F freighters as the Hong Kong carrier embarks on the partial renewal of a fleet of dedicated 747 cargo jets, industry sources said on Monday. The selection follows a hard-fought battle for the business of one of the world's top-five freight airlines, which had been comparing the all-freight version of the future Boeing 777X jet family with an upcoming cargo model of the existing Airbus A350. Industry sources have said the competition involved an initial purchase of around half a dozen aircraft, worth some $2 billion at list prices before traditional airline discounts.
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(Reuters) -Boeing Co has started delivering reworked 737 jets from inventory to customers after a manufacturing glitch forced a brief halt, the company said on Thursday, adding it will be "disciplined" in setting jet prices during the current boom. The resumption could help the planemaker achieve the goal of 400-450 deliveries of the jet this year, a target closely watched by investors as the company looks to recover from successive crises caused by two fatal crashes and the pandemic. "We still expect the first half of the year to be about 30 per month and the back half of about 40 per month," CFO Brian West said, referring to deliveries, at a conference organized by Wolfe Research.
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Boeing Co is deploying experienced pilots to airlines that are training their employees to fly Boeing aircraft, as part of a wider push to reduce aviation safety risks after two 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019. In 2022, a total of 125 so-called "flight operations representatives" worked with more than 60 airlines, Boeing officials told reporters in during a media event in Washington. "When there is an operator that is getting a new fleet type, we send them out," said Lacey Pittman, Boeing's vice president of its global aerospace safety initiative.
Lockheed (LMT) is set to provide MK 41 VLS modules and ancillary hardware to support MK 41 VLS production requirements.
Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun on Tuesday said it could take until the end of 2024 to iron out sector-wide supply chain problems that have hampered global jetliner production. "Priority one for the two airplane manufacturers is stability," Calhoun told the Qatar Economic Forum, referring to Boeing and its main European rival Airbus. "We have to resolve the supply chain issues and the surprise associated with it; and we have to resolve it sort of once and for all," Calhoun told the Bloomberg-organised event in Doha.
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Qatar Airways CEO says his airline is ramping up its routes to Europe and Africa as well as China, as the country is reopening post Covid. But the airline will wait and see before ordering new planes. The CEO Akbar Al Baker spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on the sidelines of the Qatar Economic Forum in Doha. The government of the State of Qatar is the underwriter of the Qatar Economic Forum, powered by Bloomberg.
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $635 million deal with Royal Jordanian Airlines for supplying eight E2 Jets.
Boeing (BA), the largest jet maker in the United States, enjoys a dominant position in the global military aircraft market.