Boeing is tackling previously undisclosed development issues with wiring bundles on the KC-46A tanker for the U.S. Air Force, but says the problems are “well understood” and will not cause significant delays to the pivotal defense program. The wiring issues have forced Boeing to redesign and reengineer harnesses throughout parts of the military derivative of the 767, and the additional work triggered a one-time $272 million second-quarter after-tax charge. Commenting on the ...
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