As per reports, Boeing (BA) informed that they have fulfilled an increase in airplane deliveries to 35 in September, as domestic travel revived, but its 787 aircraft is still dealing with structural defects. Out of the 35 jetliners delivered last month, 26 were 737 MAX passenger jets and one aircraft was a P-8 maritime patrol to the U.K. Royal Air Force. The aerospace giant also delivered 8 widebodies including one 747-8 freighter to United Parcel Service, two 767 freighters to FedEx Corp, and one 767 tankers for the U.S. Air Force.
The company is trying feverishly to regain billions of dollars in lost sales due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and 737 MAX aircraft grounding. To date this year, Boeing has delivered 241 aircraft, of these 194 included its best-selling and long-grounded 737 MAX jets. However, Boeing continues to grapple with structural defects in its bigger 787, which have caused it to cut production and halt deliveries.
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