Boeing Delivered 523 Commercial Aircraft in 2023

Boeing Delivered 523 Commercial Aircraft in 2023
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

Boeing has revealed via their fourth-quarter deliveries filing that they have delivered a total of 523 commercial aircraft in 2023.

The full table for this, which includes the fourth-quarter of last year, is as follows:

Major Programs
4th Quarter 2023

Full Year 2023
Commercial Airplanes Programs
   737          110          396
   747            —              1
   767            15            32
   777              9            26
   787            23            73
Total          157          528

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Boeing Delivered 523 Commercial Aircraft in 2023…

Boeing Delivered 523 Commercial Aircraft in 2023
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource
Etihad affiliate link banner


The 2023 figure of 523 deliveries is higher than in 2022, which was recorded at 480, around 43 airframes higher than the previous year.

Gross orders from Boeing is recorded at 1,456 units for 2023, which is around 521 units higher than in 2022.

So within this, the American planemaker has managed to improve it’s numbers when it comes to deliveries and also gross orders.

Backlog, as of December 31, 2023, remains at a much healthier 5,626 aircraft for the American planemaker, but is lower than Airbus’ backlog of 8,011 aircraft.

That being said, however, Boeing reflected on a very strong year in aircraft sales, and has managed to achieve quite a lot in a 12-month period.

However, this is being overshadowed by last weekend’s incident involving an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 where a deactivated door separated from the aircraft in flight, which has resulted in share prices dropping.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the American planemaker to see how many orders they can secure in 2024, as well as whether they can deliver more aircraft than they did in 2023.

Click the banner to subscribe to our weekly newsleter.

Click the photo to join our WhatsApp channel so then you can stay up to date with everything going on in the aviation industry!

By James Field - Editor in Chief 2 Min Read
2 Min Read
You Might Also Enjoy