Boeing Sues and Cancels Contracts with Air Force One Supplier
Boeing said it had filed a suit against and canceled contracts with the supplier for Air Force One - the US president’ carrying aircraft, over delays in completing interior work on the two 747-8 planes.
Looking back on history, Boeing has received a $3.9 billion contract to build the two 747-8 aircraft for use as Air Force One in 2018, due to be delivered by December 2024, but Air Force's delivery schedule had to be met.
GDC, which "agreed to design and build the interior" of the two Air Force One planes, is "roughly one year behind schedule in meeting its contractual obligations”, Boeing said in a report.
According to them, delays "have resulted in millions of dollars in damages to Boeing and threaten to jeopardize work that is of critical importance to the (U.S. Air Force) and the president of the United States”.
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