June Order/Delivery Results for Boeing

Boeing 737 under construction in Renton, WA. Image

Boeing Commercial Airplanes recorded orders for 304 aircraft during the month of June. Air India ordered 190 737 MAXs, 10 777Xs, and 20 787-9s. Riyadh Air ordered 39 787-9s. Emirates ordered 16 777Xs. TUI Travel Plc ordered five 737 MAXs. Akasa Air ordered four 737 MAXs. Turkmenhowayollary Agency ordered four 737 MAXs. Air Lease Corp ordered two 787-9s. Unidentified customers ordered 10 737 MAXs and four 777Fs.

Boeing Commercial Airplanes delivered 60 aircraft during June. This total included one 737-800A, 48 737 MAXs, one 767-2C, three 767-300Fs, one 777F, two 787-8s, two 787-9s, and two 787-10s.

In the first six months of 2023, Boeing garnered 527 orders. The company delivered 266 aircraft.

As of June 30, 2023, Boeing Commercial Airplanes had unfilled orders for 5,579 aircraft. Unfilled orders broken down by aircraft type were as follows: 4,379 for the 737, 112 for the 767, 439 for the 777, and 649 for the 787. It should be noted that Boeing’s official backlog was somewhat lower, due to accounting adjustments that resulted in the removal of some unfilled orders from the official backlog.

The unfilled orders total at the end of June 2023 represents an increase compared to the total at the end of May 2023, which was 5,351. It is also an increase compared to the company’s yearend-2022 unfilled orders total of 5,430.


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