Boeing delivers 34 jets, gets order boost in November 2021
Boeing handed over 34 aircraft to 16 customers in November 2021, which was seven aircraft more than in October 2021.
The deliveries consisted of 28 Boeing 737 MAXs, two Boeing 767-300 freighters, one Boeing 747-8, one Boeing 737-800A, and one Boeing 767-2C aircraft. This takes Boeing’s 2021 total deliveries to 302 across 46 customers.
In November 2021, Boeing obtained 109 737 MAX orders from three customers, a noticeable increase compared to 10 orders in October 2021. Most of the November orders were obtained during the 2021 Dubai Airshow.
Boeing’s rival Airbus delivered 58 jets in November 2021, which is 24 aircraft more than Boeing delivered during the same month. Airbus has already delivered 518 aircraft across 80 customers in 2021.
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