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Boeing said the previous guidance "does not reflect 737 MAX impacts."
The company also delivered first-quarter earnings that were in line with Wall Street expectations while revenue was lighter than expected.
Shares of Boeing initially fell in premarket trading after the release but bounced back, trading up more than 1% from Tuesday's close of $374.02 a share.
- EPS: $3.16 a share vs. $3.16 a share expected in a Refinitiv survey of analysts.
- Revenue: $22.92 billion vs. $22.98 billion expected in the survey.
The company is expected to submit its plan to fix the Max to the FAA shortly, people familiar with the matter told CNBC.
Boeing reported a total order backlog for its commercial airplane business of $399 billion, citing more than 5,600 orders. That is down from the previous quarter, which had an order backlog of $412 billion with more than 5,900 orders.