Hal Weitzman, Financial Times.Com, states in article “Boeing levels off after losing altitude” published July 14, 2008, that earlier this spring Boeing seemed to be looking becalmed in the doldrums.  He cites reasons, such as repeated delays of 787 and losing contract awards to other companies.  He then discusses the GAO report and the continuation of the Tanker Deal 2 competition.  He finishes by musing on things that could go wrong for Boeing with the installation of a new administration next fall, and the possibility of more customers deferring orders.  This in spite of the news reports of healthy sales at the Air Show in England yesterday. 

 

 

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