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This statistic shows Boeing’s Commercial Aircraft worldwide deliveries on a quarterly basis from Q1 2010 to Q1 2021, split between Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 767, Boeing 777, Boeing 787.
Boeing Company is an American multinational public limited company. It is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. They design, develop, produce, and sell aeroplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, telecommunications equipment, and missiles.
|Aircraft||Q1 2020||Q2 2020||Q3 2020||Q4 2020||Q1 2021||Delivery Share in Q1 2021|
(All figures in actual units, except percentages)
Despite the Covid 19 pandemic, the total deliveries of Boeing commercial aircraft have increased from 50 units in Q1 2020 to 77 units in Q1 2021, which is a 54% increase. The total deliveries are expected to increase further with the launch of new aircraft such as the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner, the Boeing 737 MAX, and the Boeing 777X.
A product-wise analysis of Boeing’s commercial aircraft delivery is enumerated in the succeeding paragraphs.
Boeing delivered 6 units of its 777 commercial aircraft during Q1 2021 and Q1 2020. Further, there was a 45% decrease in deliveries compared to Q4 2020, where 11 units were delivered. Boeing 777 is the second most delivered aircraft, with about 8% of the total deliveries during Q1 2021.
Boeing 787 is the newest aircraft in Boeing’s product portfolio, which entered commercial service in October 2011. Boeing delivered 2 units of its 787 commercial aircraft in Q1 2021, which was a 50% decrease compared to Q4 2020, where they delivered 4 units. Further, a 93% decrease compared to Q1 2020, where 29 units were delivered. Boeing 787 contributed 3% of the total deliveries during Q1 2021, making it the fourth most popular aircraft.
It is a giant wide-body airliner. Boeing could deliver only a single unit of its Boeing 747 aircraft during Q1 2021, which was a 67% decrease compared to the Q4 2020 when 3 units were delivered. Further, during Q1 2020, Boeing was unable to deliver a single unit of its 747 aircraft. Boeing 747 contributed only 1% of the company’s total deliveries in Q1 2021.
This commercial aircraft was commercially flown for the first time in September 1982 by United Airlines. Boeing 767 contributed 6% of the total deliveries in Q1 2021. Boeing delivered 5 units of its Boeing 767 aircraft in Q1 2021, which was a 50% decrease compared to Q4 2020, where 10 units were delivered. Further, there was a 50% decrease in deliveries compared to Q1 2020, where 10 units were delivered.
Boeing 737 is one of the compact commercial aircraft manufactured by Boeing. This aircraft is used for short and thinly populated routes. A majority of Boeing’s total deliveries comes from Boeing 737, which contributed about 82% of total deliveries in Q1 2021. Boeing delivered 63 units of its 737 commercial aircraft during Q1 2021, which was a 96% increase compared to Q4 2020, where they delivered 31 units. Further, there was a 1,160% increase as compared to Q1 2020, where only 5 units were delivered. This increase in deliveries comes despite the two fatal crashes of Lion Air Flight 610(2018) and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302(2019), which killed 340 people and led to a temporary suspension in the production of its 737 aircraft.
Boeing was founded by William E. Boeing, in 1916. It is one of the world’s major aerospace firms and leading manufacturer of commercial aircraft, defence, space, and security systems, and a service provider of aftermarket support. As of 2021, the number of employees of the company worldwide was 1,41,000. Boeing Co’s key managerial persons are Larry Kellner(Chairman) and Dave Calhoun (President and CEO). The competitors of Boeing are Airbus, Lockheed Martin, General Electric, Gulfstream Aerospace, Textron, Cessna, Raytheon Company, Adam Aircraft Industries, Piper Aircraft, Cirrus Aircraft, United Technologies Corporation and Syber Jet Aircraft. The company is ranked 121st on the Fortune 500 list. They deal in products such as commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defence systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training. The stocks of Boeing are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “BA”. In 2009, Boeing spend $16.9 million on lobbying expenditures.
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