New York-based Bernstein Research said Boeing will not reach its target for a 787 production rate of 10 a month until 2015.
787. Courtesy, Boeing New York-based Bernstein Research said Boeing will not reach its target for a 787 production rate of 10 a month until 2015. In a client report issued Monday, Bernstein said it had lowered its 787 outlook “due to our concerns of additional program delays.” Bernstein said in the report, “As a result, we have taken 787 deliveries down to six aircraft this year (from eight), and 51 in 2012 (from 61) and shifted these to the 2013-2014 time ...
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