Boeing said Thursday it will take more than $2 billion in after-tax write-offs on three jet programs — the 787, 747 and KC-46 Air Force refueling tanker. Before taxes, the charges amount to $3 billion.
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The festivities at the Museum of Flight are expected to attract about 100,000 current and former Boeing employees and their families through the weekend.
Among the displays: a jet trainer prototype for the Air Force and a "bird of prey" drone meant to scare off wayward flocks.
The exhibition hall featured engines from GE and Rolls-Royce, along with ejection seats and autogyros.
Airbus had numerous planes on display, including the A350, the A380 superjumbo and an A400M military cargo jet.