Boeing Aircraft Delivers 22 Jets in February Written 9 March 2022


Delta Air Lines Boeing 737. | Credit: Altair78; Wikipedia; CC BY-SA 2.0

Reuters reports that The Boeing Company said it delivered 20 of its 737 MAX aircraft and two freighters to customers in February, indicating rebounding travel and pandemic-era cargo demand, but its 787 Dreamliner freeze continued. The Boeing 737 MAX and the 787 Dreamliner are crucial to the company’s ability to recover from the pandemic and catch up with Airbus, having lost the delivery race for a third consecutive year. Boeing said it also booked 32 orders for the 737 MAX aircraft, 18 of which were for Air Lease Corp. Deliveries of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner have been frozen for months as the company conducts strenuous inspections and repairs to address production-related structural defects.
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