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Today's historic ruling finally holds the EU and Airbus to account for their flouting of global trade rules. This long-awaited decision is a victory for fair trade worldwide and for U.S. aerospace workers, in particular.
This year's order cycle is more favorable on the narrow bodies. We expect the predominance of that orders flow this year to be in the narrow-bodies arena.
On the 747 program, we decided to reduce future production expectations and revenue assumptions to account for current and anticipated weakness in the air cargo market. Despite the ongoing challenges of the air cargo market, we continue to see the 747 as a unique and significant value creator for our customers over the long term.
If it's an all new airplane, we think that would probably be in the 2024-2025 time frame in terms of when it would be introduced into service.
We've doubled our presence in the U.K. over the past five years (and) we're going to continue to invest here. We don't really see our plans changing.
In commercial aviation, demand is not dipping, on the contrary.
Caret had "a track record of delivering results, an intense customer focus, and the global acumen necessary to build on the existing strengths" of Boeing's business to build future growth.