Boeing’s biggest November order* was placed by an unidentified customer Nov. 7 for two 787-9s, valued at $529 million. Polish charter carrier Enter Air ordered four 737 MAXs (variant unspecified) Nov. 17, valued at approximately $440 million. The remaining four customers were all unidentified. One placed an order Nov. 15 for three 737-800s, valued at $288 million. Another customer placed an order Nov. 18 for a single 737 MAX (variant unspecified), followed by a different customer’s order for two 737 MAXs Nov. 22. The last order logged for the month was on Nov. 28 for a single 737-800.
Boeing registered changes (cancellations) for four 737s during the month, bringing the November net order total to nine.
Year-to-date, Boeing’s gross commercial aircraft order total stands at 514 aircraft, valued at $76 billion at list prices. Taking year-to-date changes into account, Boeing has logged net orders for 466 aircraft through Nov. 30.
Boeing delivered 61 commercial aircraft to 26 airlines, eight lessors and one unidentified customer in November. Through Nov. 30, Boeing has delivered 662 commercial aircraft* year-to-date.
Boeing’s November deliveries included five 737-800s to Southwest Airlines; four aircraft each to US lessor Air Lease Corporation (two 737-800s, one 777-300Er and a 787-9) and Irish LCC Ryanair (all 737-800s); and three aircraft each to Air China (two 777-300ERs and a 737-800), China Eastern Airlines (all 737-800s) and British LCC Jet2.com (all 737-800s).
An unidentified customer and Dubai-based Emirates Airline each took delivery of a 777-300ER during the month. Air India, Royal Jordanian Airlines and Uzbekistan Airlines each took delivery of a 787-8. Additional 787-9 deliveries went to All Nippon Airways (which received two), China’s Hainan Airlines, Vietnam Airlines and US-based lessor ILFC.
*Note: ATW does not count military, government or private customer orders or deliveries in its commercial aircraft tallies. All quoted order values are based on current list prices.
(Mark Nensel - ATWOnline News)