More Charges for KC-46A Tanker The KC-46A aerial refueling tanker delivered yet another blow to Boeing’s bottom line, as it saw another $426 million in after-tax cost growth from the program, pushing the total charges past the $2 billion mark.  The latest round in cost overruns comes soon after the U.S. Air Force declared that Boeing had cleared the flight tests required before delivery of the first aircraft, which is scheduled for October. The price increase was driven by ...

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