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Boeing Talks To Airlines About Bigger 787

Boeing, eager to live down three years of embarrassing delays to its 787 Dreamliner, has begun talking up a bigger version of the plane, and one executive said it could announce customers as early as next year.
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Boeing moves toward '797' to replace 737

Boeing moves toward '797' to replace 737 | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing appears to be moving toward an all-new solution for the replacement of the 737, the biggest selling commercial jet aircraft in history.
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Eight more 787s fall off Boeing order book

Boeing's 787 order backlog has fallen by eight aircraft, although it is unclear which customer is responsible. To the end of May the airframer had...
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Boeing aims at smooth ramp-up

Boeing aims at smooth ramp-up | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing is increasing its production to record levels as it aims to thwart to new entrants and benefit from the general upswing in the aerospace market...
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Airbus Expects to Get Boeing Customer to Switch to A320neo

Airbus SAS may announce its first order for the A320neo this month from an airline that operates Boeing Co . 737s, signaling the European company is making inroads into rival territory with its upgraded single-aisle jet.
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Air India Said to Consider Boeing 787 Delay, May Free Up 2nd-Operator Slot

Air India Said to Consider Boeing 787 Delay, May Free Up 2nd-Operator Slot | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Air India Ltd. , due to be the second operator of Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner, is considering asking the planemaker to defer deliveries of the aircraft because of a lack of cash, two people familiar with the airline’s plan said.
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Odds and Ends: $19bn cash turnaround for Boeing

Potential cash turnaround on 787 is enormous. By the end of this year, Boeing plans to have amassed $19 bil in 787 inventory, most of which will consist of so called deferred production costs, or the extra cost above the long-term average to build the first few dozen aircraft. We expect the initial 787 block to be 1,000 aircraft, which should take ~8 years to deliver.
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Boeing Sees Decision on 737 Jet Replacement Sliding ‘Toward End of Year’

Boeing Sees Decision on 737 Jet Replacement Sliding ‘Toward End of Year’ | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing Co . said its decision on a new narrow-body jet now may come “toward the end of the year,” pushing back an earlier target of mid-2011, as it considers a plane that’s only “slightly” bigger than the 737.
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Boeing rules out 757-sized replacement for new narrowbody

Boeing has ruled out developing a significantly larger 200 seat 757-sized aircraft to replace today's Next Generation 737s, and will instead focus its product development studies around an aircraft "modestly bigger" than today's 145 to 180-seat 737-700 and -800.
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Boeing’s missteps on 787 cost it ‘billions upon billions’

Boeing’s outsourcing missteps on the 787 Dreamliner program cost billions of dollars, but the company has learned from those and the airplane is still on track to be profitable, top executives said.
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Boeing Weighs Options for Planes

Replacement to its best-selling 737 aircraft family would be only "modestly bigger" than the existing jets if it opted to build an all-new plane this decade.
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Boeing Jumbo Jet Seen at Risk for Delay in ‘Year of the 747’

Boeing Jumbo Jet Seen at Risk for Delay in ‘Year of the 747’ | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing Co .’s plan to ship the first of its newest jumbo jets by mid-2011 as part of the “Year of the 747” risks another delay that would add to the 18-month setback for the plane, two analysts said.
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American Said to Be In Talks for 100 Airbus Single-Aisle Planes

American Said to Be In Talks for 100 Airbus Single-Aisle Planes | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines is in talks with Airbus SAS about buying at least 100 narrow-body planes, a possible break from its longtime reliance on Boeing Co. jets, two people familiar with the matter said.
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Kenya Airways confirms Boeing compensation for 787 delay

Kenya Airways confirms Boeing compensation for 787 delay | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Kenya Airways received compensation from Boeing for the delay of its Dreamliners, although the amount does not fully cover the expenses associated with the delay.
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Boeing woos THAI with aggressive pricing

Boeing says it has adopted a very aggressive pricing approach in the contest with rival Airbus to deliver 75 jets to Thai Airways International.
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Boeing Pushes Sales of Sub-Hunting 737 Ahead of Engine Decision

Boeing Co . is urging governments to buy new 737-based military aircraft “sooner rather than later” as the commercial version of the plane faces a redesign in a few years or retirement next decade.
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Boeing looks to sell more 737-based military jets

Boeing looks to sell more 737-based military jets | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing's P-8A Poseidon sub hunter for the U.S. Navy is the base off of which the company could relatively cheaply and easily build other 737-based military aircraft.
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Boeing Can’t Move 787 Work Without Permission, Alenia Says

A Boeing Co. supplier said it was “surprised” by a report that the planemaker plans to take over production of the 787 Dreamliner’s tail section for future models, and that it would have to agree to any move.
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Boeing Hints at 787 Production Boost

Boeing Hints at 787 Production Boost | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing is committed to building ten 787s a month by 2013, but robust demand could push that number higher.
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Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO says 787 lessons weigh on 737 successor decision

Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO says 787 lessons weigh on 737 successor decision | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Albaugh explained that much of the "very deliberate" decision-making process on whether to re-engine the 737NG or build an all-new aircraft will hinge on how comfortable the company is with launching a new aircraft program following the many lessons learned from the 787's numerous development problems.
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Boeing may re-engine 737 if it cannot redesign

Boeing will "retain the ability" to re-engine the current model of its hot-selling 737 narrowbody jet should the company be unable to produce a completely redesigned version, Chief Executive Jim McNerney said.
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Boeing lifts the cover on new 787-10X rendering

Boeing lifts the cover on new 787-10X rendering | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
In his Boeing Investor Conference presentation today, 787 vice president and general manager, Scott Fancher, included something extra in his accompanying slides: A new rendering of Boeing's 787-10X.
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Boeing will build next 787's first horizontal tails in Seattle

Boeing has decided the horizontal tails on the next version won't be made in Italy, as they are for the initial 787-8 model.
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