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Boeing reported a $350 million dip in commercial aviation services revenues in the six months ended June 30 compared to the year-earlier period, and a $147 million dip in the three months ended June 30 vs. a year ago. "The decrease in revenues from commercial aviation services business was driven by lower spares volume and fewer passenger to freighter conversions," the company noted in its July 22 10Q filing (.pdf). Overall, Boeing's Commercial Airplanes revenues were up $257 million for the six-month period.
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