Boeing confirmed it has raised list prices across its line of aircraft products, boosting the value of its aircraft by an average of 5.5%. "We look at our prices annually," a spokesperson told ATWOnline. "Cost of materials and cost of labor are the primary things we look at." The 787-8, which previously was listed at $148-$157.5 million, now is at $157-$167 million. The highest listed price for a 737 variant, the -900ER, is now $85 million compared to $80.5 million previously. Boeing's most ...

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