The downturn in orders at Airbus and Boeing this year hasn't affected the pricey wide-body jets that they're most desperate to sell.
News & Analysis: Boeing
It's not just Boeing that's hoping for an early return to service of the 737 MAX.
These two industrial titans are each battling through issues in their commercial aerospace units. So, which is the better buy?
The aerospace giant wants to highlight flaws it sees in the procurement process.
Looking beyond the current problems with the 737 MAX, the company seems very well positioned.
One-time charges and rising costs hurt second-quarter earnings results for these companies.
The aircraft manufacturing giant will continue to post weak earnings and cash flow until Boeing 737 MAX deliveries resume.
BA earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
The aircraft maker and its CEO, Dennis Muilenburg, are weathering a storm, but for investors, there's no need to grab your parachute just yet!
The Boeing 737 MAX won't return to service until very late in 2019, at best. With cash flow likely to remain negative until 737 MAX deliveries resume, Boeing may need to issue more debt to bolster its liquidity.