Boeing’s Wichita Closure Adds Uncertainty To KC-46A

Credit: Boeing Concept
Boeing's decision to close its Wichita facility by the end of next year may be good for the company's books, but a senior U.S. Air Force official says it adds risk to its ability to execute the KC-46A aerial refueling contract. The Wichita facility was “well-suited” for militarizing the 767-2C...

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