The crashes of two Boeing Co. But as it faces off against the government, Boeing will be dealing with a lot of familiar faces. The myriad personal connections between the U. Michael Luttig, the longtime general counsel whom the company reassigned to lead its response. When he was a federal appellate court judge, Luttig brought on dozens of promising young clerks who are now spread throughout the judiciary and beyond. In more than a decade at Chicago-based Boeing, he stocked his department with ex-government lawyers.
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Just as air travel is an essential part of our lives, so Boeing is a vital element in the aviation industry. In , the company celebrated its th anniversary. Boeing was founded by aviation pioneer William Edward Boeing in It was first called Pacific Aero Products Co. The first airplane, the Model C, was designed in When the US entered the First World War, the Navy bought 51 airplanes, making the Model C a financial success and establishing a long-standing partnership with the company.
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The total amount could rise if there is additional demand from banks, one person familiar with the matter said. Liquidity isn't an immediate concern, analysts have said, but the new debt shows Boeing is shoring up its finances amid the cash-sapping fallout of the two crashes — one in Indonesia in October and another in Ethiopia in March last year — that killed all people aboard the two flights. The amount Boeing is seeking to borrow is more than what some analysts were expecting.
Not surprisingly, the aerospace giant reduced its estimate for global aircraft deliveries over the next 20 years -- and especially for the current decade -- relative to its outlook. Despite slashing its long-term forecast, Boeing still may be overestimating the level of aircraft demand between and However, the scariest thing in its updated outlook is that even if its demand forecast is accurate, Boeing has virtually no path to getting back to pre-pandemic production levels during the current decade. Boeing estimates that manufacturers will deliver 18, new aircraft between and , including 1, regional jets: a market segment that Boeing and Airbus OTC:EADSY don't participate in.