Le détails dans le Seattle PI concernant les 4500 supressions d'emploi chez Boeing !
Longue et complète analyse en Anglais !
Dans le Seattle PI ! Le journal est à la vente et sans acheteurs !
L'estimé James Wallace , analyste aviation reconnu va perdre peut être son boulot !
Bon, un mauvais jour d'hiver pour Seattle !
Et une source de références fiables qui pourrait se tarir pour nous !
----------------Extraits du Seattle PI ----------------http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/aerospace/
My story is below, followed by earlier blog postings on this breaking
story. It was a difficult writing day. At noon Seattle time, while I
was busy writing about Boeing layoffs, the Hearst Corp., owner of my
paper, announced the P-I is up for sale. It will likely be closed in
two months because no buyer is going to step up, which means my job
will be gone before the 787 takes to the sky for the first time. I
guess I'll watch from TV.
We are the state's oldest newspaper, with the first issues of the
Seattle Post-Intelligencer rolling off the presses in 1863. Long time.
I've worked as a reporter and editor at the P-I for 27 years, and have
covered Boeing, Airbus and the aerospace industry since Phil Condit and
Harry Stonecipher shook hands on the Boeing and McDonnell Douglas
merger in a Seattle hotel suite in December 1996. It's been a great
BY JAMES WALLACE
P-I aerospace reporter
Even though the airline industry is facing a financial crisis that
is considered much worse than what happened in 2001, Boeing still has a
record backlog of jets to build – more than 3,700. And so far, Boeing
has not indicated it plans to cut production rates, which have been
increasing over the last three years. The company will provide more
insight into its thinking when it announces fourth-quarter financial
results later this month.
By cutting mostly jobs not directly associated with airplane
production, Carson said in his e-mail, Boeing will be able to "to
continue our high production rates and successfully execute our key
Boeing has not had any orders cancelled in the last year and only a small number of deliveries have been deferred by customers.
But industry analysts believe that could change in 2009.
Richard Aboulafia, vice president of analysis for the Teal Group, an
industry consulting business, said anywhere from 30 percent to 70percent of Boeing's commercial backlog could be hit by deferrals.
Rien que ça, le premier chiffre est déjà bien inquiètant ... heureusement Richard Aboulafia se trompe souvent ...