Boeing: 35 planes delivered and 27 planes ordered in September


Boeing announced yesterday that it delivered 35 aircraft in September, including 26 737 MAX single-aisle aircraft. Delivery of new 787 Dreamliner units is still on hold due to quality controls imposed by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Also in September, the US aircraft manufacturer recorded orders totaling 27 aircraft, including 16,737 MAX and six 777F (cargo), as well as cancellations of five aircraft. For the eighth consecutive month, orders exceeded cancellations at Boeing, a sign that air transport is regaining some of its momentum after a year of health crisis. From the start of the year through September, the aircraft manufacturer has recorded total net orders for 349 aircraft.

During Q3 2021, Boeing delivered 85 commercial aircraft, including 70 737 single-aisle, two 747, eleven 767 and six 777 aircraft. the return to service of the 737 MAX in complete safety on more international markets ”, underlined the aircraft manufacturer in its report.

“We also continue to perform comprehensive inspections throughout the 787’s production system and across the supply chain, while conducting detailed and transparent discussions with the FAA, suppliers and our customers. The means of production remain focused on inspections and alterations and the production rate of the 787 remains below five planes per month. We will continue to take the time necessary to ensure the highest levels of quality. While these efforts continue to have an impact on deliveries, we believe this is the right approach to ensure initial stability and quality in all of our operations and to position the program for the long term as we go. that market demand is recovering, ”explained the American aircraft manufacturer.

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