April 2, 2018, © Leeham News: Boeing’s painful experience the with the development, design, production and grounding of the 787—costing billions of dollars in overruns and penalties with a delay of nearly four years—led to a major effort to de-risk future airplane development.
The 787 experience led to a pause that resulted in pursuing derivatives of the 737 MAX and 777X instead of developing new airplanes to replace these aging platforms and leap ahead of Airbus.
Now, poised to launch its first all-new airplane program in 15 years, Boeing continues to de-risk its production.
The Southeast Aerospace and Defence Conference will examine the transformation in production. Click here for more information.
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Tags: 737 MAX, 747-8, 777X, 787, Boeing, Middle of Market, Mike Sinnett, MOM, New Midrange Aircraft, NMA, Sonic Cruiser
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