The planned first flight of the Boeing 737 MAX tomorrow will be a major milestone for the company, but it also marks a transition year in which costs related to early-production aircraft are expected to impact 2016 revenue and deliveries. First flight is scheduled for Jan. 29, although rain is forecast for Renton, Washington, where the 737 MAX 8 flight test aircraft is scheduled to take off. Boeing’s 2015 revenue was $96.11 billion, up 6% from 2014 and a full-year record for the ...

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