Airframer Boeing has published its full-year financial results for 2010, showing revenue at $64.3bn, a fall of 6% on 2009's figure, and net income at $3.3bn - a rise of 152% on the previous year.
The Seattle company released reasonably healthy order and delivery figures for 2010 earlier this month, only to be beaten overall by arch-rival Airbus.
Boeing still has a number of outstanding questions to address, notably around the troubled 787 programme, the delayed 747-8 and the uncertainty over its plans for the narrowbody market.
In addition, there are also potential issues in a military sector facing up to government spending cuts.
We'll be following Boeing's results webcast live here from 3.30(GMT) and offering our analysis of the state of the business.