A Boeing 737 MAX airplane lands after a check flight at Boeing Discipline in Seattle, Washington, June 29, 2020.
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Boeing delivered 22 jetliners to clients in February, its fewest since August, as a pause in Dreamliner handovers continues to weigh on the corporate.
Twenty of these plane had been 737 Max planes. Deliveries of planes are essential for Boeing and different producers as a result of that is when clients pay the majority of the airplane’s value.
Deliveries of the wide-body 787 Dreamliner have been paused for more often than not since fall 2020 as Boeing addresses a sequence of producing flaws which have required fixes and extra in-depth inspections.
American Airlines final month introduced additional cuts to its worldwide flying due to Dreamliner delivery delays. It mentioned it expects to obtain 10 Dreamliners this yr, down from the 13 it beforehand anticipated.
Boeing logged 37 new orders final month. Thirty-two of them had been 737 Maxes, together with 18 for lessor Air Lease. An recognized buyer purchased 5 777 freighters as air cargo demand continues to stay strong throughout the pandemic. Air Lease debooked 4 Dreamliners.