Boeing (BA) 2Q 2022 earnings fall short of estimates


An aerial view of Boeing 777X and Boeing 737 MAX 10 airplanes parked at King County International Airport-Boeing Field, in Seattle, Washington, June 1, 2022.

Lindsey Wasson | Reuters

Boeing on Wednesday stuck by its forecast to return to free cash flow in this year as it prepares to resume deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner planes after manufacturing flaws paused deliveries for much of the past two years.

The company’s second quarter results fell short of analysts estimates. Weakness in its defense unit dragged down results, but was partly offset by strength in its commercial airplane unit. Aircraft deliveries rose to 121 in the second quarter from 79 a year ago, while commercial aircraft…

Source cnbc.com

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