The second KC-46A Air Force tanker rolled out of Boeing’s Everett plant earlier this year. The tanker is based on a Boeing 767 commercial aircraft.
Boeing increased its full-year profit forecast after reporting an 1 percent increase in commercial jet revenue, but a $272 million after-tax expense for the KC-46A aerial tanker program overshadowed the raised forecast.
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