Boeing Reports Strong Start to 2022’s Orders & Delivery Numbers

LONDON – Boeing has today released its order and delivery numbers for January 2022, with the manufacturer having a strong start to the year.

The aerospace giant has had orders for 77 aircraft from the following customers:

Boeing’s new 737 MAX 9 has received FAA certification and is now being prepped for first delivery. Paul Weatherman photo. (PRNewsfoto/Boeing)

On the deliveries front, the manufacturer delivered 32 aircraft to 16 different customers:

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  • AerCap – 1 737 MAX.
  • Air Canada – 1 737 MAX.
  • Air Lease Corporation – 1 737 MAX.
  • Alaska Airlines – 2 737 MAXs.
  • BDS U.S Navy – 2 P-8A Poseidons.
  • BDS USAF Tanker Program – 2 767-2Cs.
  • BOC Aviation Limited – 1 737 MAX.
  • CDB Aviation – 1 737 MAX.
  • CES Leasing Corporation – 1 777 Freighter.
  • Copa Airlines – 2 737 MAXs.
  • flydubai – 2 737 MAXs.
  • GOL Linhas Aereas – 3 737 MAXs.
  • Ryanair – 7 737 MAXs.
  • SunExpress Airlines – 4 737 MAXs.
  • TUI Travel Plc – 1 737 MAX.
  • Turkish Airlines – 1 737 MAX.

How does this compare to Airbus?


Airbus reported their orders and deliveries for yesterday.

Photo: Airbus

On the deliveries front, it delivered 30 aircraft to 20 different customers around the world.

On the orders front, it received orders for 36 aircraft.

This 36 broke down into the 22 aircraft order from Azorra Aviation for two A220-100 and 20 A220-300 aircraft.

The other two were from undisclosed customers ordering a combined eight A321neo and six A320neo.

So, for both orders and deliveries, Boeing has come out on top in this respect, especially with orders as it charged ahead with the Qatar Airways order earlier this month as well.

In all, this is a much better start to a year that Boeing has and it is expected that this momentum will continue throughout the year.

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