I think the company urgently needs radical changes. The only question is which changes should have priority?
(Bloomberg) -- Raytheon Technologies Corp. beat Lockheed Martin Corp. and Boeing Co. for a $1 billion contract to design, develop and produce a new hypersonic we-pon for the US Air Force, the Pentagon announced Thursday.
Deal cements aircraft maker’s place in Chinese market https://www.irishtimes.com/business/2022/09/22/airbus-wins-485bn-china-jets-deal-in-blow-to-boeing/
Boeing told nonunion corporate staff in an all-hands virtual meeting this month that it will begin outsourcing finance and accounting jobs to Tata Consultancy Services of India... — read more
It's not Boeing if it ain't smoking! https://simpleflying.com/qantas-boeing-737-returns-melbourne-fumes/
What is this company going to do? No plans to develop a new clean slate design for the middle market and the legacy 777/777F and 767F will shut down production by 2027. The 747 program is over. The 777X is down for the foreseeable future. That leaves... — read more
Almost everyone is talking about the possibility that the company enters bankruptcy next year. What's the probability for that happening in your opinion? I firmly hope that this will not happen.
Delivering their 737Max inventory has been artificially propping Boeing up for past year or so and keeping their quarterly reports from being even more dismal than they would be...if that is even possible... Boeing can't deliver newly manufactured... — read more
The work of NYC-based aviation accident law firm Kreindler & Kreindler is featured in a new documentary released by Amazon Studios. The tragic story of the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 Boeing 737 MAX crash is told through the perspective of Pulitzer... — read more
Is Boeing really that bad? I would love the opportunity build a long career with the company. Why so much hate? They build beautiful aircraft and the workers seem to be compensated well with all kinds of benefits.
Now that we have a new quality manager here. Will things return to the normal?
Word going around on the shop floor is that there are hiring freezes taking place. What’s about to happen? Are we in for another round of layoffs? This industry is a stressful one to be in when you can’t plan for anything in the future. — read more
The August inflation report is out and it’s not looking good. The feds goal of a soft landing on the economy is nothing more than a dream. Manufacturing is going to be hit hard. I suggest getting those resumes ready to take your talent elsewhere. The... — read more
China’s homebuilt single-aisle passenger jet, the C919, aimed at rivaling planes made by Airbus SE and Boeing Co., could be certified by Chinese regulators as early as Sept. 19, local media reported Tuesday, in a nod to the aircraft’s model... — read more
chances are there are mass lay offs in the future (between nov 2022 and april 2023) so if you get promoted chances are they planned to chop you off anyways. get your resume ready.
There were salary tables updated earlier this year or last year. Anyone who is getting promoted IS NOT getting the salary table, but much much less. You're better off applying elsewhere or applying to a position a level higher directly. Just a head... — read more
737 losses 737 max 10 losses Tanker losses 777x losses Star liner losses Artemis losses
Prepare, if you did not already.
Boeing may see hundreds of veteran engineers retire this fall ahead of a pension adjustment that will dramatically slash the payouts to those who choose to take the money in a single lump sum. The interest rates used to determine the lump sum will... — read more
Because of lack of Russian rocket engine availability...now buying space access from SpaceX: https://www.reuters.com/technology/northrop-buys-trio-spacex-launches-it-upgrades-antares-rocket-2022-08-08/ Wonder if customers are getting a discount for... — read more
How are the jobs at st charles Boeing..Do the engineers with 'clearance' get laid off frequently?
No respect Easily replaceable When you become a senior senior you will be laid off at the next downturn or recession No real engineering work anymore, everything is either integration or supplier management. Not challenging or... — read more
Speea had a 3% wage pool paid in March of this year. Now 2% for the next 4 years. Are we going to get compensation due to inflation?
Reporting a worse-than-expected loss of 37 cents a share and sales that came in $900 million short of forecasts.
Boeing sticks to 2022 cash flow forecast, prepares for Dreamliner deliveries to resume Boeing and Airbus customers are enjoying a rebound in air travel. Supply chain and labor constraints are headwinds for both manufacturers. Boeing... — read more
Boeing entered Farnborough Air Show behind Airbus, particularly in the narrow-body jet market. Boeing is typically nearly tied for orders with rival Airbus entering the annual Farnborough Air Show, but this year it's well behind. WSJ’s George Downs... — read more
I have been offered level 5 at boeing. I am not sure how the work culture and the company is. Is level 5 the Max at Boeing OR are there any levels above that? Should I join. I need your advice. Thanks
While VietJet choose Boeing MAX jets? Understandable. Vietnam is a close follower of Boeing. No pun intended. They will buy whatever the Americans dish out.