WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) has won a contract valued at $403 million to upgrade four 767-based airborne warning and control aircraft for the government of Japan, the Pentagon said in its daily list of major contract awards on Friday.
The contract is a modification of an earlier award, and includes upgrades of four E-767 Japan Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, and three ground support facilities, according to the Pentagon announcement.
United Airlines (UAL) is preparing to place an order for 10 of Boeing Co. (BA)’s largest twin-engine jetliners to replace older aircraft plying its longest routes, said people familiar with its plans.
The Boeing 777-300ERs would be the first of that variant bought by United, the world’s second-largest carrier, said three of the people, who aren’t authorized to speak publicly because talks are private. The deal would have a value of $3.3 billion based on list prices, though airlines commonly get discounts.
DUBLIN, March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Ryanair have announced an order for three Next-Generation 737-800s. The order, previously unidentified on the Boeing Orders & Deliveries website, is valued at $280 million at current list prices. With this order the Irish low-cost carrier now has unfilled orders for 174 Next-Generation 737-800s and 100 737 MAX 200s.
Let me make sure I got this right. Root cause for Boeing's earnings were the amount of deliveries. Yet, the board basher said it didn't matter on the amount of deliveries, because Boeing is losing money on all sales. Yea right.
The world’s largest airplane manufacturer, The Boeing Company (BA) declared that Japan’s All Nippon Airways (“ANA”) has committed to buy three units of the 787-10 Dreamliner and five units of the Next-Generation 737-800. The deal is valued at roughly $1.4 billion at list prices.
ANA, the launch customer of Boeing’s 787 fleet, has received deliveries of 34 787 airplanes till date, with 46 orders yet to be delivered. With this commitment, it will become the first Asian airline to operate an entire family of the Dreamliners.
Got a feeling Yahoo had enough and as in the past, deleted his ID. Look for a new name with the same bashing.