2014 was the best year for Boeing

2014 was the best year for Boeing

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Boeing, one of the largest commercial aircraft manufacturers in the world, presented the activity report on 2014. For the second year in a row, Boeing has broken the company's record for the number of aircraft delivered.

For Boeing, 2014 translates into the following figures: delivery aircraft - 723; orders received - 1432 $ X billion worth of aircraft; Non-honored business orders - 232.7 5 of units at the end of the year.

In 2014, three individual commercial programs have recorded notable deliveries:

Boeing 737 - 485 aircraft delivered
Boeing 777 - 99 aircraft delivered
Boeing 787 Dreamliner - 114 aircraft delivered, including the first 787-9 delivered to the Air New Zealand launch customer and the first direct deliveries to 13 customers.

Related to the orders received, the 737 Next Generation and 737 MAX projects registered 1104 ordered units, and the 777 and 777X projects recorded 283 ordered units.

Below is a small table with registered deliveries and orders:

a family Gross orders Net Orders deliveries Non-honored orders
737 1196 1104 485 4299
747 2 0 19 36
767 4 4 6 47
777 283 283 99 564
787 65 41 114 843
Total 1.550 1432 723 5789

And in 2014, Airlines Travel has kept you up to date with the latest information in the world of commercial aviation, following step by step the evolution of major airline operators, as well as the evolution of aircraft manufacturers. For Boeing, the most important moments were:

Boeing delivered 1000 737 aircraft with Boeing Sky Interior
Boeing delivered 1500 from 747 aircraft
Boeing delivered the 8000 aircraft from the Boeing 737 family
- The program Boeing 737 MAX exceeds 2000 by ordered units
Boeing 787 has received ETOPS 330 certification for minutes
Air New Zealand has acquired the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

For more information, follow the category dedicated to Boeing aircraft.

1 comment
  1. relu54 says

    an effort uriassssss !!!!!

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