Boeing Extends 787 Deferred Costs For Longer-Term Gain

Credit: Boeing
LOS ANGELES— Boeing expects to deliver up to 755 commercial airliners in 2015—more than 120 of which will be 787s—but has again stepped up the deferred-production cost for the twinjet program, to more than $26 billion. Although analysts expected some growth in the 787 deferred-production cost, which...

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