Boeing Delivers 56 Aircraft, Most of them The 737 MAX

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In the Orders and Deliveries section of the Boeing website, it has been disclosed that the manufacturer delivered 56 aircraft in November, with most of them being for the 737 MAX.

Of the 56, 45 of them were the narrowbody aircraft, with the others being either the 777F, 787 Family, 767-300F or military aircraft.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Boeing Delivers 56 Aircraft, Most of them The 737 MAX…

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United Airlines was the largest recipient of aircraft in November, receiving eight Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, with Southwest Airlines coming second with seven aircraft delivered.

Gross orders for November was recorded at 114 aircraft for last month, with this consisting of the following:

  • BDS USAF Tanker Program – 15 767-2Cs.
  • BOC Aviation Limited – 4 Boeing 737 MAXs.
  • Emirates – 90 777Xs.
  • Unidentified Customers – 5 737 MAXs.

Gross orders year-to-date received by Boeing this year is currently at 1,085 aircraft.

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Order backlog for Boeing is currently at 5,324 aircraft, which is broken down into the following, accurate up to November 30:

  • 4,076 737 Family aircraft.
  • 111 767 Family aircraft.
  • 466 777 Family aircraft.
  • 671 787 Family aircraft.

Major Improvement on Delivery Numbers Compared to October…

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For Boeing, the delivery numbers are a major improvement compared to October 2023, when only 18 aircraft were delivered.

In that period, all 18 of the aircraft were the 737 MAX, so we can see quite the rise from 18 units of the aircraft type delivered to 45.

The focus for the American planemaker will be to fulfil the backlog for this variant of the jet, so we can expect delivery numbers to rise in due course.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on what the numbers will look like for Boeing this month, as they will aim to finish this year on a high, following an incredible 2023 overall.

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