Boeing (NYSE: BA) reported revenue rose six percent for 2015 to a record USD96.1 billion, reflecting record commercial deliveries.
Core earnings per share (Non-GAAP) totaled USD7.72 for the full year, reflecting the KC-46 Tanker (2Q) and 747 program (4Q) charges (USD1.61 per share) partially offset by strong core operating performance across the company. GAAP earnings per share totaled USD7.44 for the full year.
Core earnings per share (non-GAAP) guidance for 2016 is set at between USD8.15 and USD8.35, while GAAP earnings per share is established at between USD8.45 and USD8.65.
Revenue guidance is between USD93 and USD95 billion, including commercial deliveries of between 740 and 745. Operating cash flow is expected to be approximately USD10 billion.
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