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falmouthharbor 129 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 29, 2014 5:57 PM Member since: Jan 21, 2002
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  • falmouthharbor by falmouthharbor May 1, 2014 12:35 PM Flag

    last May they delivered 65 planes.
    If they can match that number this month, they can exceed the 725 goal for the year.

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    deliveries improving

    by falmouthharbor Apr 26, 2014 10:31 AM
    falmouthharbor falmouthharbor May 1, 2014 12:31 PM Flag

    Looks like 216 so far this year. 499 to go to hit low end target. 8 months to deliver them all.
    That averages out to just over 62 a month.

  • falmouthharbor by falmouthharbor May 1, 2014 12:25 PM Flag

    The Boeing Co., St. Louis, Mo., is being awarded $26,725,000 for cost-plus-incentive-fee delivery order 0080 against a previously issued basic ordering agreement (N00019-11-G-0001) to provide seven flight critical engineering changes proposals for fracture and maintenance critical areas of the F/A-18 A-D airframe under the Service Life Extension Program Phase C1 effort. Work will be performed in St. Louis, Mo. (55 percent) and El Segundo, Calif. (45 percent), and is expected to be completed in July 2015.

  • falmouthharbor by falmouthharbor May 1, 2014 11:37 AM Flag

    EVERETT, Wash.—The Federal Aviation Administration said it accepted a request by Boeing Co. BA +0.32% to allow the new 777X version of its best-selling long-range jetliner to be approved under rules that grandfather the plane under the current model's certification.
    The approval clears a major regulatory hurdle for the plane maker, likely significantly reducing the amount of changes Boeing will have to make to the jet to meet the latest aviation safety standards. Boeing plans to bring a slate of advanced technologies and new features to the 777X.
    The FAA and its foreign counterparts grant certification and must sign off on new airplanes before they can carry passengers. Getting regulators to certify the 777X as an incremental upgrade is far simpler and less costly for Boeing than entirely recertifying the jet from nose to tail. Full recertification likely would have resulted in significantly more flight testing and extensive ground programs to verify that every aspect of the jet's design is up to the latest standards.

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    deliveries improving

    by falmouthharbor Apr 26, 2014 10:31 AM
    falmouthharbor falmouthharbor May 1, 2014 9:18 AM Flag

    count is 55 deliveries.
    They delivered another 2 787's late yesterday,
    L/N 161 to LOT and L/N 154 to china southern.

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    deliveries improving

    by falmouthharbor Apr 26, 2014 10:31 AM
    falmouthharbor falmouthharbor Apr 30, 2014 10:59 PM Flag

    Looks like the final count is 53. They delivered another 737.

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    deliveries improving

    by falmouthharbor Apr 26, 2014 10:31 AM
    falmouthharbor falmouthharbor Apr 30, 2014 5:28 PM Flag

    Looks like 52 planes with 5 hours of daylight left on the west coast.
    38 737's, 2 747's, 7 777's, 5 787's.

  • falmouthharbor by falmouthharbor Apr 30, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    SEATTLE, April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Ryanair have finalized an order for five additional Next-Generation 737s, valued at $452 million at list prices. Today's announcement brings the total number of unfilled Next-Generation 737 orders for the Ireland-based ultra-low-cost carrier to 180 airplanes.

  • falmouthharbor by falmouthharbor Apr 30, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    with one day to go in the month, BA has delivered 49 planes. While this beats last years April number of 45 deliveries, it is still on the low side. Hopefully they can deliver a number of planes today.

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