Boeing received a loss for the first time in almost seven years

Net loss (RAS) aircraft Boeing in the second quarter of 2016, totaled $234 million against a profit of $1.11 billion for the April-June 2016, follows from the report of the company prepared in accordance with accounting standards GAAP. In terms of per share loss to Boeing was $0,37.

Quarterly loss company Boeing has received for the first time in nearly seven years – the last time a negative result was obtained in the third quarter of 2009, when a loss to Boeing was $1,564 billion.

Boeing’s revenue in April-June 2016 exceeded the figure for the same period in 2015 to 1% from $24,543 billion, it increased to $24,755 billion.

In the company’s report cause of loss is named loss from reclassification of the development costs and research on the Boeing 787, as well as losses associated with the implementation of programs for the Boeing 747 and aviaconcern KC-46.

In the first half of 2016, the company made a profit, however its size has more than halved – from $2,446 billion in January-June of 2015 to $985 million