Much to do about the Dreamliner is very Shakespearean since 2005. The Dreamliner will fly faster higher and longer driving Boeing forward. All this is based on assumptions that litter the Boeing Journey until this accounting point from 2005 until 2017. Good news comes from further analysis, which has noted Boeing is about to burst the profit/loss bubble in the future during 2017. Not from the strengthening 787-8 output, but from its larger sibling coming online by...
"On Tuesday, JPMorgan Chase analyst Seth Seifman joined Boeing’s bullish boosters, saying the Dreamliner program likely will swing from a $2.5 billion loss this year to a $1.7 million profit in 2017. Seifman also cited the heavier mix of big Dreamliners in the backlog as a key reason for the shift."
By the end of this decade, Boeing could turn its current $20 million loss on every Dreamliner it sells into a profit of up to $56 million per plane, analyst Myles Walton wrote in a research paper for the bank’s investors.
It is further stated the 787-10 will make money starting in 2017 with the 787-10.