2014

Boeing Reports Second-Quarter Results

CHICAGO, July 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

  • Second-quarter earnings per share of $1.06 on operating margin of 8.4 percent and revenue of $15.6 billion
  • Operating cash flow of $0.3 billion reflects continued investments in development programs
  • Cash and marketable securities of $10.0 billion provides strong liquidity
  • Backlog of $312 billion is nearly five times current annual revenue projection
  • 2010 revenue, earnings per share and operating cash flow outlook unchanged

Table 1.  Summary Financial Results 


Second Quarter


First Half


(Dollars in Millions, except per share data)

2010

2009

Change

2010

2009

Change








Revenues

$15,573

$17,154

(9%)

$30,789

$33,656

(9%)

Earnings From Operations

$1,307

$1,529

(15%)

$2,481

$2,554

(3%)

Operating Margin

8.4%

8.9%

(0.5)Pts

8.1%

7.6%

  0.5 Pts

Net Income

$787

$998

(21%)

$1,306

$1,608

(19%)

Earnings per Share

$1.06

$1.41

(25%)

$1.76

$2.27

(22%)

Operating Cash Flow

$266

$1,001

(73%)

($19)

$1,194

(102%)



The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) reported second-quarter net income of $0.8 billion, or $1.06 per share, on revenue of $15.6 billion.  The results reflect solid performance across the company's core businesses on lower volumes (Table 1).  The company also reaffirmed its 2010 revenue, earnings per share and operating cash flow outlook.

"Continued strong results from our major businesses drove another solid quarter of operational performance for the company," said Jim McNerney, Boeing chairman, president and chief executive officer.  "We are making progress on key commercial and military development programs, our production programs and services businesses are running well, and our enterprise focus on productivity improvement is funding investment in growth while maintaining our financial strength."  

"With our commercial markets recovering, and the priorities of our government customers gaining clarity, we remain well positioned for growth in 2011 and beyond."

Boeing's quarterly operating cash flow was $0.3 billion, reflecting continued investment in development programs.  For the first half of 2010, operating cash flow was ($19) million.  Free cash flow* was $9 million in the quarter and ($0.5) billion in the first half (Table 2).  

Table 2.  Cash Flow






Second Quarter

First Half

(Millions)

2010

2009

2010

2009






Operating Cash Flow

$266

$1,001

($19)

$1,194

  Less Additions to Property, Plant & Equipment

($257)

($294)

($443)

($736)

Free Cash Flow*

$9

$707

($462)

$458

* Non-GAAP measure.  A complete definition and reconciliation of Boeing's use of non-GAAP measures, identified by an asterisk (*), is found on page 8, "Non-GAAP Measure Disclosure."




Cash and investments in marketable securities totaled $10.0 billion at quarter-end (Table 3), down $0.4 billion on planned investments in development programs.  Debt was unchanged in the quarter, and the company did not acquire any of its shares.

Table 3.  Cash, Marketable Securities and Debt Balances




Quarter-End

(Billions)

2Q10

1Q10

Cash

$4.5

$4.5

Marketable Securities(1)

$5.5

$5.9

  Total

$10.0

$10.4




Debt Balances:



The Boeing Company

$8.9

$8.9

Boeing Capital Corporation

$4.0

$4.0

  Total Consolidated Debt

$12.9

$12.9

(1) Marketable securities consists primarily of time deposits due within one year classified as "short-term investments."



Total company backlog at quarter-end was $312 billion, down 1 percent in the quarter, as backlog for Defense, Space & Security declined during the period and was somewhat offset by an increase in Commercial Airplanes backlog.

Segment Results  

Commercial Airplanes

Boeing Commercial Airplanes second-quarter revenue was $7.4 billion, on 9 percent fewer airplane deliveries driven by anticipated seat supplier challenges and lower planned wide-body deliveries.  Operating margin was 9.2 percent as strong performance partially offset the impact of lower deliveries (Table 4).  

Commercial Airplanes booked 88 gross orders during the quarter while 20 orders were removed from its order book.  This contrasts with the year-ago period when net orders were five airplanes.  Contractual backlog remains strong with 3,304 airplanes valued at $252 billion, more than seven times the unit's projected 2010 revenue.  

Table 4. Commercial Airplanes Operating Results


Second Quarter


First Half


(Dollars in Millions)

2010

2009

Change

2010

2009

Change








Commercial Airplanes Deliveries

114

125

(9%)

222

246

(10%)








Revenues

$7,433

$8,431

(12%)

$14,901

$16,985

(12%)

Earnings from Operations

$683

$817

(16%)

$1,362

$1,234

10%








Operating Margins

9.2%

9.7%

 (0.5)Pts

9.1%

7.3%

  1.8 Pts



The 787 program continued flight test during the quarter, as a fifth airplane joined the four airplanes already in the flight test program.  The Dreamliner completed key flight test milestones, including extreme weather, icing and cruise performance testing.  On July 1, the program completed another key milestone with the completion of 787-9 firm configuration.  First delivery continues to be planned for the end of this year, although there is added pressure to the schedule and risk that initial delivery may move a few weeks as the company completes flight test and certification requirements.  Total firm orders for the 787 program at quarter-end were 863 airplanes from 56 customers.  

The 747-8 program continued flight test during the quarter achieving expanded Type Inspection Authorization on June 11.  On July 22, the 747-8 added a fourth flight test airplane to its flight test fleet.  The company continues to work toward first delivery in the fourth quarter of 2010, although there is increasing pressure on that schedule and risk that it may move into early 2011.

Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Boeing Defense, Space & Security's second-quarter revenue declined 8 percent to $8.0 billion primarily on lower Network & Space Systems volume.  Operating margins were 8.9 percent on lower margins in military aircraft and services (Table 5).

Table 5.  Defense, Space & Security Operating Results


Second Quarter


First Half


(Dollars in Millions)

2010

2009

Change

2010

2009

Change








Revenues







  Boeing Military Aircraft

$3,580

$3,432

4%

$6,821

$6,499

5%

  Network & Space Systems

$2,354

$3,103

(24%)

$4,677

$5,781

(19%)

  Global Services & Support

$2,049

$2,115

(3%)

$4,098

$4,090

0%

Total BDS Revenues

$7,983

$8,650

(8%)

$15,596

$16,370

(5%)








Earnings from Operations







  Boeing Military Aircraft

$356

$397

(10%)

$623

$685

(9%)

  Network & Space Systems

$167

$239

(30%)

$341

$446

(24%)

  Global Services & Support

$188

$240

(22%)

$411

$454

(9%)

Total BDS Earnings from Operations

$711

$876

(19%)

$1,375

$1,585

(13%)








Operating Margins

8.9%

10.1%

 (1.2)Pts

8.8%

9.7%

 (0.9)Pts



Boeing Military Aircraft (BMA) second-quarter revenue rose 4 percent to $3.6 billion driven by higher Chinook deliveries and volume.  Operating margin was 9.9 percent, as strong execution across its programs was offset by the impact of labor disruptions and a charge on the Airborne Early Warning & Control program.  During the quarter, the DoD announced its intent to pursue a new F/A-18 and EA-18G multi-year contract, the US Air Force signed a contract for eight C-17's and three Wedgetail aircraft were delivered to Australia.

Network & Space Systems second-quarter revenue was $2.4 billion, reduced by expected lower volume on Brigade Combat Team Modernization and Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD).  Operating margin was 7.1 percent reflecting solid performance across the segment's array of programs.  During the quarter, GMD successfully completed a two stage flight test and the first Global Positioning System IIF-1 satellite was launched.

Global Services & Support (GS&S) revenue decreased by 3 percent to $2.0 billion on lower maintenance modifications and upgrades volume.  Operating margin was 9.2 percent, impacted by lower margins on integrated logistics and maintenance modifications and upgrades.  In this segment, the C-130 Avionics Modernization

Program entered production and the company was awarded contracts for the FAA Next-Generation Air Transportation System, and the US Air Force KC-10 cockpit upgrade.

Backlog at Defense, Space & Security is $60.6 billion, approximately two times the unit's projected 2010 revenue.  The backlog declined by $3.6 billion as run-off of multi-year contracts exceeded additions to backlog in the quarter.

Boeing Capital Corporation

Boeing Capital Corporation (BCC) reported second-quarter pre-tax earnings of $55 million compared to $36 million in the same period last year (Table 6).  Earnings improvement was primarily driven by lower asset impairments and provision for loss requirements.  During the quarter, BCC's portfolio balance declined to $5.3 billion, down from $5.7 billion at year end, on normal run-off, asset pre-payments and depreciation.  BCC's debt-to-equity ratio decreased to 5.3-to-1.

Table 6.  Boeing Capital Corporation Operating Results


Second Quarter


First Half


(Dollars in Millions)

2010

2009

Change

2010

2009

Change








Revenues

$162

$167

(3%)

$324

$330

(2%)








Earnings from Operations

$55

$36

53%

$101

$73

38%



Additional Information

The "Other" segment consists primarily of Boeing Engineering, Operations and Technology, as well as certain results related to the financial consolidation of all business units.  Other segment expense was $72 million in the second quarter, up from $46 million in the same period last year driven by higher environmental remediation expense.

Total pension expense for the second quarter was $283 million, as compared to $207 million in the same period last year.  A total of $305 million was recognized in the operating segments in the quarter (up from $229 million in the same period last year), partially offset by a $22 million contribution to earnings in unallocated items.  

Unallocated expense was $70 million, down from $154 million in the same quarter last year, driven by lower deferred compensation expense.

Interest expense for the quarter was $132 million, up from $80 million in the same period last year due to debt issued in 2009.

Outlook

2010 financial guidance (Table 7) is reaffirmed for revenue, earnings per share, and operating cash flow, although the business segment margin guidance has been adjusted.  Capital expenditures guidance has been decreased.

Boeing's 2010 revenue guidance is reaffirmed at $64 billion to $66 billion.  Earnings guidance for 2010 remains at $3.50 to $3.80 per share and continues to include some provision for risks.  Operating cash flow guidance is reaffirmed at approximately zero in 2010, as the company continues to build inventory on key commercial development programs.

The company continues to expect that 2011 revenue will be higher than 2010, primarily driven by projected 787 and 747-8 deliveries.  Combining higher projected deliveries with spending plans for R&D investments and other factors, operating cash flow in 2011 is still expected to be greater than $5 billion.

Commercial Airplanes' 2010 delivery guidance remains unchanged at between 460 and 465 airplanes and is sold out. It includes the first few 787 and 747-8 deliveries.  The unit's 2010 revenue guidance is reaffirmed at $31 billion to $32 billion and operating margin guidance is increased to between 7.5 percent and 8.5 percent, up from 6.5 percent to 7.5 percent on strong core operating performance.  

Defense, Space & Security's revenue guidance for 2010 is reaffirmed at between $32 billion and $33 billion with operating margins reduced to approximately 9.5 percent, from approximately 10 percent, reflecting performance to date and the current contracting environment.  

Boeing Capital Corporation has reaffirmed its expectation that its aircraft finance portfolio will continue to reduce as its expected new aircraft financing for 2010 remains at less than $0.5 billion, below normal portfolio runoff through customer payments and depreciation.  BCC continues to expect its debt-to-equity ratio to return to the 5.0-to-1 level in the second half of 2010.

Boeing's 2010 R&D forecast is unchanged at $3.9 billion to $4.1 billion on continued investment in development programs.  The company continues to expect R&D to decrease at an amount greater than $0.5 billion in 2011.  Capital expenditures for 2010 have been reduced to approximately $1.7 billion, down from $1.9 billion.  The company's 2010 non-cash pension expense is expected to be approximately $1.2 billion.

Table 7.  Financial Outlook

(Dollars in Billions, except per-share data)

2010



The Boeing Company


 Revenue

$64 - $66

 Earnings Per Share (GAAP)

$3.50 - $3.80

 Operating Cash Flow 1

~ $0



Boeing Commercial Airplanes


 Deliveries

460 - 465

 Revenue

$31 - $32

 Operating Margin

7.5% - 8.5%



Boeing Defense, Space & Security


 Revenue


   Boeing Military Aircraft

~ $14.5

   Network & Space Systems

~ $9.5

   Global Services & Support

~ $8.5

 Total BDS Revenue

$32 - $33



 Operating Margin


   Boeing Military Aircraft

~ 10%

   Network & Space Systems

~ 8%

   Global Services & Support

~ 10.5%

 Total BDS Operating Margin

~ 9.5%



Boeing Capital Corporation


 Portfolio Size

Lower

 Revenue

~ $0.6

 Return on Assets

> 1.0%



Research & Development

$3.9 - $4.1

Capital Expenditures

~ $1.7

1 After cash pension contributions of less than $0.1 billion and assuming new aircraft financings under $0.5 billion.



Non-GAAP Measure Disclosure

Management believes that the non-GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) measures (indicated by an asterisk *) used in this report provide investors with important perspectives into the company's ongoing business performance.  The company does not intend for the information to be considered in isolation or as a substitute for the related GAAP measures.  Other companies may define the measures differently.  The following definitions are provided:

Free Cash Flow

Free cash flow is defined as GAAP operating cash flow less capital expenditures for property, plant and equipment additions.  Management believes free cash flow provides investors with an important perspective on the cash available for shareholders, debt repayment, and acquisitions after making the capital investments required to support ongoing business operations and long term value creation.  Free cash flow does not represent the residual cash flow available for discretionary expenditures as it excludes certain mandatory expenditures such as repayment of maturing debt. Management uses free cash flow internally to assess both business performance and overall liquidity.  Table 2 provides a reconciliation between GAAP operating cash flow and free cash flow.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Words such as "may," "will," "should," "expects," "intends," "projects," "plans," "believes," "estimates," "targets," "anticipates," and similar expressions are used to identify these forward-looking statements.  Examples of forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements we make regarding our guidance relating to 2010 and 2011 financial and operating performance, as well as any other statement that does not directly relate to any historical or current fact.  Forward-looking statements are based on our current expectations and assumptions, which may not prove to be accurate.  These statements are not guarantees and are subject to risks, uncertainties, and changes in circumstances that are difficult to predict. Many factors could cause actual results to differ materially and adversely from these forward-looking statements.  Among these factors are: (1) general conditions in the economy and our industry, including those due to regulatory changes; (2) risks attributable to our reliance on our commercial customers, our suppliers and the worldwide market; (3) risks related to our development programs, including the 787 and 747-8 commercial aircraft programs; (4) risks related to our dependence on U.S. government contracts; (5) our reliance on fixed-price contracts, which could subject us to losses in the event of cost overruns; (6) risks related to cost-type contracts; (7) uncertainties concerning contracts that include in-orbit incentive payments; (8) changes in accounting estimates; (9) significant changes in discount rates and actual investment return on pension assets; (10) work stoppages or other labor disruptions; (11) changes in the competitive landscape in the markets in which we operate; (12) risks related to our doing business in other countries, including sales to non-U.S. customers; (13) potential adverse developments in new or pending litigation and/or government investigations; (14) changes in the financial condition or regulatory landscape of the commercial airline industry as they relate to Boeing Capital Corporation; (15) changes in our ability to obtain debt on commercially reasonable terms and at competitive rates in order to fund our operations and contractual commitments; (16) risks related to realizing the anticipated benefits of merger, acquisitions, joint ventures/strategic alliance or divestitures; (17) adequacy of our insurance coverage to cover significant risk exposures; and (18) potential business disruptions related to physical security threats, IT attacks or natural disasters.


Additional information concerning these and other factors can be found in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including our most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K.  Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made, and we assume no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, except as required by law.



Contact:

Investor Relations:  Scott Fitterer or Jennifer Mack (312) 544-2140

Communications:  Chaz Bickers (312) 544-2002

The Boeing Company and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statements of Operations

(Unaudited)


Six months ended

Three months ended


June 30

June 30

(Dollars in millions, except per share data)

2010

2009

2010

2009

Sales of products

$24,940

$28,131

$12,624

$14,296

Sales of services

5,849

5,525

2,949

2,858

Total revenues

30,789

33,656

15,573

17,154






Cost of products  

(19,937)

(23,159)

(10,115)

(11,580)

Cost of services

(4,665)

(4,303)

(2,384)

(2,184)

Boeing Capital Corporation interest expense

(82)

(90)

(41)

(43)

Total costs and expenses

(24,684)

(27,552)

(12,540)

(13,807)


6,105

6,104

3,033

3,347

Income from operating investments, net

113

102

54

70

General and administrative expense

(1,731)

(1,716)

(778)

(925)

Research and development expense, net

(2,001)

(1,930)

(1,001)

(960)

Loss on dispositions, net

(5)

(6)

(1)

(3)

Earnings from operations

2,481

2,554

1,307

1,529

Other income, net

33

11

35

47

Interest and debt expense

(254)

(137)

(132)

(80)

Earnings before income taxes

2,260

2,428

1,210

1,496

Income tax expense

(952)

(816)

(421)

(499)

Net earnings from continuing operations

1,308

1,612

789

997

Net (loss)/gain on disposal of discontinued operations,





  net of taxes of $1, $3, $1 and $0

(2)

(4)

(2)

1

Net earnings

$1,306

$1,608

$787

$998






Basic earnings per share from continuing operations

$1.78

$2.29

$1.07

$1.42

Net loss on disposal of discontinued operations, net of taxes


(0.01)



Basic earnings per share

$1.78

$2.28

$1.07

$1.42






Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations

$1.76

$2.28

$1.06

$1.41

Net loss on disposal of discontinued operations, net of taxes


(0.01)



Diluted earnings per share

$1.76

$2.27

$1.06

$1.41

Cash dividends paid per share

$0.84

$0.84

$0.42

$0.42

Weighted average diluted shares (millions)

741.9

707.8

742.9

707.4



The Boeing Company and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statements of Financial Position

(Unaudited)





June 30

December 31

(Dollars in millions except per share data)

2010

2009

Assets



Cash and cash equivalents

$  4,468

$  9,215

Short-term and other investments

5,558

2,008

Accounts receivable, net

6,565

5,785

Current portion of customer financing, net

316

368

Deferred income taxes

1,052

966

Inventories, net of advances and progress billings

20,368

16,933

Total current assets

38,327

35,275

Customer financing, net

5,084

5,466

Property, plant and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation of $13,172 and $12,795

8,584

8,784

Goodwill

4,302

4,319

Other acquired intangibles, net

2,821

2,877

Deferred income taxes

2,379

3,062

Investments

1,008

1,030

Pension plan assets, net

27

16

Other assets, net of accumulated amortization of $480 and $492

1,223

1,224

Total assets

$ 63,755

$ 62,053

Liabilities and equity



Accounts payable

$ 6,960

$ 7,096

Other accrued liabilities

12,899

12,822

Advances and billings in excess of related costs

12,009

12,076

Income taxes payable

713

182

Short-term debt and current portion of long-term debt

1,507

707

Total current liabilities

34,088

32,883

Accrued retiree health care

7,068

7,049

Accrued pension plan liability, net

6,466

6,315

Non-current income taxes payable

860

827

Other long-term liabilities

661

537

Long-term debt

11,439

12,217

Equity:



Common shares, par value $5.00 – 1,200,000,000 shares authorized; 1,012,261,159 shares issued

5,061

5,061

Additional paid-in capital

3,832

3,724

Treasury shares, at cost – 251,121,850 and 256,406,709

(15,582)

(15,911)

Retained earnings

23,409

22,746

Accumulated other comprehensive loss

(11,744)

(11,877)

ShareValue Trust shares – 29,948,920 and 29,563,324

(1,899)

(1,615)

Total Boeing shareholders’ equity

3,077

2,128

      Noncontrolling interest

96

97

      Total equity

3,173

2,225

      Total liabilities and equity

$ 63,755

$ 62,053



The Boeing Company and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

(Unaudited)





Six months ended


June 30

(Dollars in millions)

2010

2009

Cash flows - operating activities:



   Net earnings

$ 1,306

$ 1,608

   Adjustments to reconcile net earnings to net cash (used)/provided by operating activities:



     Non-cash items –



          Share-based plans expense

130

121

          Depreciation

743

666

          Amortization of other acquired intangibles

111

99

          Amortization of debt discount/premium and issuance costs

10

4

          Investment/asset impairment charges, net

20

50

          Customer financing valuation provision

5

12

          Loss on disposal of discontinued operations

3

7

          Loss on dispositions, net

5

6

          Other charges and credits, net

45

78

          Excess tax benefits from share-based payment arrangements

(15)

(5)

      Changes in assets and liabilities –



          Accounts receivable

(827)

(1,215)

          Inventories, net of advances and progress billings

(3,425)

(1,593)

          Accounts payable

(129)

804

          Other accrued liabilities

266

262

          Advances and billings in excess of related costs

(66)

(1,030)

          Income taxes receivable, payable and deferred

760

921

          Other long-term liabilities

255

(20)

          Pension and other postretirement plans

705

586

          Customer financing, net

279

(262)

          Other

(200)

95

               Net cash (used)/provided by operating activities

(19)

1,194

Cash flows - investing activities:



   Property, plant and equipment additions

(443)

(736)

   Property, plant and equipment reductions

22

23

   Acquisitions, net of cash acquired

(24)

(47)

   Contributions to investments

(7,101)

(372)

   Proceeds from investments

3,557

286

   Reimbursements of Sea Launch guarantee payments

40


   Receipt of economic development program funds

57


               Net cash used by investing activities

(3,892)

(846)

Cash flows - financing activities:



   New borrowings

26

1,843

   Debt repayments

(88)

(218)

   Repayments of distribution rights financing

(137)


   Stock options exercised, other

61

7

   Excess tax benefits from share-based payment arrangements

15

5

   Employee taxes on certain share-based payment arrangements

(18)

(17)

   Common shares repurchased


(50)

   Dividends paid

(637)

(610)

               Net cash (used)/provided by financing activities

(778)

960

Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents

(58)

23

Net (decrease)/increase in cash and cash equivalents

(4,747)

1,331

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year

9,215

3,268

Cash and cash equivalents at end of period

$ 4,468

$ 4,599



The Boeing Company and Subsidiaries

Summary of Business Segment Data

(Unaudited)



Six months ended

Three months ended


June 30

June 30

(Dollars in millions)

2010

2009

2010

2009

Revenues:





  Commercial Airplanes

$ 14,901

$ 16,985

$ 7,433

$ 8,431

  Boeing Defense, Space & Security:





     Boeing Military Aircraft

6,821

6,499

3,580

3,432

     Network & Space Systems

4,677

5,781

2,354

3,103

     Global Services & Support

4,098

4,090

2,049

2,115

  Total Boeing Defense, Space & Security

15,596

16,370

7,983

8,650

  Boeing Capital Corporation

324

330

162

167

  Other segment

80

74

44

35

  Unallocated items and eliminations

(112)

(103)

(49)

(129)

Total revenues

$ 30,789

$ 33,656

$ 15,573

$ 17,154






Earnings from operations:





  Commercial Airplanes

$  1,362

$  1,234

$  683

$  817

  Boeing Defense, Space & Security:





     Boeing Military Aircraft

623

685

356

397

     Network & Space Systems

341

446

167

239

     Global Services & Support

411

454

188

240

  Total Boeing Defense, Space & Security

1,375

1,585

711

876

  Boeing Capital Corporation

101

73

55

36

  Other segment

(122)

(69)

(72)

(46)

  Unallocated items and eliminations

(235)

(269)

(70)

(154)

Earnings from operations

2,481

2,554

1,307

1,529

Other income, net

33

11

35

47

Interest and debt expense

(254)

(137)

(132)

(80)

Earnings before income taxes

2,260

2,428

1,210

1,496

Income tax expense

(952)

(816)

(421)

(499)

Net earnings from continuing operations

1,308

1,612

789

997

Net (loss)/gain on disposal of discontinued operations,





  net of taxes of $1, $3, $1 and $0

(2)

(4)

(2)

1

Net earnings

$  1,306

$  1,608

$  787

$  998






Research and development expense, net:





  Commercial Airplanes

$  1,391

$  1,370

$  693

$  659

  Boeing Defense, Space & Security:





     Boeing Military Aircraft

320

310

158

171

     Network & Space Systems

221

185

115

99

     Global Services & Support

69

61

35

36

  Total Boeing Defense, Space & Security

610

556

308

306

  Other segment


4


(5)

Total research and development expense, net

$  2,001

$  1,930

$  1,001

$  960






Unallocated items and eliminations:





  Share-based plans expense

$  (90)

$  (116)

$  (43)

$  (59)

  Deferred compensation (expense)/income

(37)

(46)

44

(69)

  Pension

43

45

22

22

  Post-retirement

(24)

(44)

(13)

(21)

  Capitalized interest

(28)

(27)

(18)

(12)

  Other

(99)

(81)

(62)

(15)

Total

$  (235)

$  (269)

$  (70)

$  (154)



The Boeing Company and Subsidiaries

Operating and Financial Data

(Unaudited)










Six months ended


Three months ended

Deliveries

June 30


June 30

Commercial Airplanes

2010


2009


2010


2009

    737

181


190


95


99

    747



6




2

    767

6


6


3


3

    777

35


44


16


21

   Total

222


246


114


125









Boeing Defense, Space & Security








Boeing Military Aircraft








    F/A-18 Models

24


23


11


13

    F-15E Eagle

7


6


4


2

    C-17 Globemaster

6


7


3


4

    KC-767 Tanker



1





    CH-47 Chinook

8


1


6


1

    T-45TS Goshawk



4




2

    AH-64 Apache

9


13


5


8

    AEW&C

3




3











Network & Space Systems








    Delta IV

1


1




1

    Commercial and Civil Satellites

2


2


1


2

    Military Satellites

1


1
























June 30


March 31


December 31

Contractual backlog (Dollars in billions)



2010


2010


2009

  Commercial Airplanes



$251.6


$250.4


$250.5

  Boeing Defense, Space & Security:








    Boeing Military Aircraft



26.6


27.5


26.4

    Network & Space Systems



7.5


8.5


7.7

    Global Services & Support



11.9


12.5


11.9

  Total Boeing Defense, Space & Security



46.0


48.5


46.0

Total contractual backlog



$297.6


$298.9


$296.5

Unobligated backlog



$14.7


$15.9


$19.1

Total backlog



$312.3


$314.8


$315.6

Workforce



159,900*


158,200*


157,100









*Note: Workforce data vary from those reported in 2009 and earlier. The new totals include all subsidiaries, some of which were excluded in prior years.



SOURCE The Boeing Company



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