Boeing Reports Increased Orders, Deliveries In September - Boeing (NYSE:BA)


  • Boeing Co’s BA deliveries rose in September to 51 airplanes, while orders rose by 90.
  • Last month, Boeing had 51 new 737 MAX airplane orders and 45 widebody airplanes, including 14 777s.
  • In September, Boeing delivered 14 widebody planes, including seven 787s, including three 787-8s, to American Airlines Group Inc AAL.
  • Boeing’s deliveries reached 51 in June, exceeding the 50-plane threshold for the first time since March 2019, Reuters reported.
  • In August, Boeing’s deliveries rose to 35 airplanes after it resumed delivering 787 Dreamliner after a staggering 15-month delay.
  • American Airlines told Reuters that since August, it received four 787s from Boeing and all are in service.
  • Boeing’s commercial order backlog now stands at 4,354 planes. Boeing has delivered 328 airplanes in the first nine months of 2022, including 277 of its 737 MAXs.
  • Boeing faces a December deadline to win regulatory approval for the 737 Max 10. Unless it gains an extension from Congress, Boeing must meet new modern cockpit-alerting requirements.
  • Its rival Airbus SE’s EADSF EADSY year-to-date jet deliveries reached 437.
  • Price Action: BA shares are down 0.30% at $131.50 on the last check Tuesday.
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