Boston, MA 10/24/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) posted today that its net income for 3Q13 has rose 12% as a result of the speedier deliveries of the commercial planes. This jump in the net income has boosted the company’s confidence and the aircraft company has raised its profit guidance for the next year. The increasing demand of technologically efficient and advanced planes has further fortified the poise of the company and it is planning to enhance the production of its 787 Dreamliner.
In the premarket trading, the giant U.S. plane manufacturer’s shares rose 3.6% or $4.4 to $126.92.
Manufacturing of the advanced commercial planes has helped greatly to the company and the profits from these planes have rose 40% counterbalancing a 19% plunge in the Boeing’s defense division because of the failure of timely deliveries of some military planes.
The total earnings of the company for 3Q13 is $1.16 billion or $1.51 per share. This figure shows a mount in the total earnings for this year as compared to the previous year which was $1 billion or $1.35 per share. The company could have made a bigger earning if it excluded the pension expenses. FactSet analysts were expecting the figure to be $1.55 per share.
Revenue broke all the records and rose 11% to $22.13 billion above the analyst’s expectations.
The aircraft maker said that it now expecting the range of adjusted earnings between $6.50 and $6.65 per share for the remaining year but the analysts’ are expecting $6.52. Revenue of the company is also estimated at $83 to $86 billion but the analysts’ are expecting $84.9 billion.
Assuming a total of 60 deliveries of 787, the company is expecting to deliver around 635 to 645 passenger planes by the end of this year. In the first nine months, Boeing has delivered 40 numbers of 787.