Photo: Courtesy, Boeing New York-based Bernstein Research said that Boeing will take up to nine months longer than planned to reach a 787 production rate of 10 units per month. Bernstein said in a new report, “We assume a slower production ramp than Boeing's plan (10 per month rate reached in late 2014, rather than late 2013).” Boeing, however, has not changed its guidance. Regarding how long it will take for the manufacturer to turn a profit on the Dreamliner ...

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