Boeing will turn profit on 787s after first 1,000, report says

08/23/2011 | American City Business Journals

A recent report by Bernstein Research says Boeing will not make a profit on its new 787 Dreamliners until after the first 1,000 planes. The report says the 787 will drag on the overall profit of Boeing Commercial Airplanes for several years "with the potential to significantly dilute otherwise attractive margins on the company's current production programs (737, 777)."

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