Boeing Delivers 99 Aircraft in 4Q21, 340 For The Whole Year

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LONDON – Boeing has today released its delivery figures for both the fourth quarter of 2021 as well as for the Year-to-Date of that period.

The American manufacturer delivered 99 aircraft in the 4th quarter of 2021, which breaks down as:

  • 84 737 Family aircraft.
  • 3 747 Family aircraft.
  • 8 767 Family aircraft.
  • 4 777 Family aircraft.
  • 0 787 Family aircraft.

For the Year-To-Date figures, the manufacturer delivered 340 aircraft, which breaks down as:

  • 263 737 Family aircraft.
  • 7 747 Family aircraft.
  • 32 767 Family aircraft.
  • 24 777 Family aircraft.
  • 14 787 Family aircraft.

The manufacturer is due to announce its fourth-quarter financial results in around 15 days time, where we will be able to see further the performance of the manufacturer during this volatile time.

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Airbus Mops The Floor with Boeing


The year-to-date figures from Boeing are pretty meager in comparison to Airbus, which delivered 611 aircraft to 88 customers in 2021.

Such a statement is not surprising given the woes that Boeing has had with the 737 MAX, the 787 as well as the delayed 777X program as well.

In the financial call that Boeing is yet to host, a point surrounding where the manufacturer is going to go next is essential, so then such a roadmap can begin to restore confidence further.

This includes fixing the issues with the 737 MAX and the 787 as well as aiming to get the 777X into commercial service, as quickly but as safely as possible.

All eyes are now on Boeing to see how they will recover from what has been a poor year.

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