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8-Jan-2010 9:04 AM

Boeing announces 2009 orders and deliveries

Boeing reports (07-Jan-2010) the following orders and deliveries at its commercial aircraft business for 2009.

  • Deliveries:
    • B737: 372;
    • B777: 88;
    • B747: 8;
    • B767: 13;
    • Total: 481.
  • Orders (Gross/Net):
    • B737: 197/178;
    • B777: 30/19;
    • B747: 5/2;
    • B767: 7/2;
    • B787: 24/-59;
    • Total: 263/142.
  • Cancellations:
    • B737: 19;
    • B777: 11;
    • B747: 3;
    • B767: 5;
    • B787: 83.
  • Firm order backlog:
    • B737: 2076;
    • B777: 281;
    • B747: 108;
    • B767: 59;
    • B787: 851;
    • Total: 3,375.

Boeing expects to provide 2010 commercial aircraft delivery guidance when the company releases year-end earnings on 27-Jan-2009. The company reaffirmed the B747-8F is slated for first flight early this year with first delivery planned for 4Q2010. Delivery of the B747-8 passenger version is planned for 4Q2011. [more]

Boeing Commercial Airplanes: "2009 was not without its challenges but it also was a year of exciting achievements for our company and our industry. With signs of economic recovery emerging in 2010, we look forward to better days ahead," Jim Albaugh, President & CEO. Source: Boeing, 07-Jan-2010.

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