Boeing will report after-tax charges totaling $2.1 billion across three aircraft programs—the 787, 747-8 and KC-46 aerial refueler—in its July 27 second-quarter earnings release, the company has revealed. The charges include an $847 million non-cash charge on the 787 program, an $814 million charge on the 747-8 program and a $393 million charge on the KC-46 tanker program. KC-46 charges are incurred by the Boeing Commercial Airplanes unit since the aircraft is based on the 767 ...

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