As per reports, Boeing (BA) has delivered 32 aircraft in January the lowest in three months, as its sidelined 787 Dreamliner program continued to weigh on the planemaker’s ability to capitalize on the recovery in air travel. Boeing handed over 27 737 MAX jets in January and three widebody aircraft, that includes a 777 freighter.
Of the 27 MAX deliveries, seven were for Irish budget carrier Ryanair, and China Eastern Airlines took delivery of one 777 freighters. Boeing handed over 38 jets in December and 34 in November. Both 737 MAX and the 787 Dreamliner are significant to Boeing’s ability to recover from the pandemic and catch up to its European rival Airbus, having lost out on the delivery race for the third consecutive year.
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