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The statistic highlights Boeing’s Commercial Aircraft Deliveries, from Q1 FY 2010 to the latest quarter.
The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial defense, jetliners, and space and security systems provider of aftermarket support. William Boeing founded the company in July 1916 in Seattle, Washington. Boeing is broadly categorized into five primary segments: Engineering, Operations & Technology; Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA); Boeing Shared Services Group; Boeing Capital; and Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS). After recording the sales figure of $93.3 billion, Boeing ranked 24th on the Fortune magazine “Fortune 500” list.
Boeing broadly manufactures five types of aircraft as per size, efficiency and usage: Boeing 737 for short and thin routes; Boeing 747, large wide-body aircraft and cargo aircraft for long routes; Boeing 767, capable of operating routes up to 3,850 nautical miles; Boeing 777 is a combination of superior range, outstanding fuel efficiency, and passenger-preferred comfort; Boeing 787 Dreamliner, unparalleled fuel efficiency and range flexibility with more passenger comfort.
The year 2010 witnessed the highest growth in deliveries in Q3 but dropped in Q4. With consistent growth, deliveries grew by 10 percent to 128 despite lower deliveries of 777 and 747 airplanes than expected. The year 2011 started with a substantial drop in deliveries but constantly grew throughout the year. Deliveries increased by 20 percent to 165 on higher delivery volume and mix. On the introduction of Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Boeing became the market leader for both orders and deliveries, with more than 600 airplanes delivered in the year 2012. In the year 2013, full-year deliveries increased to a record 648 on higher delivery volume. Though Q1 reported a downfall in total revenue and deliveries, deliveries increased to a record 723 on higher delivery volume in the last quarter of the year 2014. The deliveries decreased slightly to 182 on the lower delivery volume. In the last quarter in the year 2015 but overall increased by 5% to 762.
In Q1, Commercial Airplanes deliveries decreased to 176, reason attributed to lower delivery volume. Q2 reported deliveries of 199 on strong commercial deliveries and services growth. During the quarter, the Boeing 787 reached a 12 per month delivery rate, while the Boeing 737 program. Till the last quarter, overall deliveries declined linearly but revenues for the full year reflecting strong commercial deliveries and services growth across the company.
With 169 commercial aircrafts deliveries, Commercial Airplanes revenue dropped in Q1, which is partially offset by lower planned 737 deliveries, as 737 MAX will be launched for service in May. Also, Boeing completed the first flight of the 787-10 Dreamliner. Commercial Airplanes’ second-quarter deliveries were 183 on planned production rates reflecting solid execution and timing of deliveries. During the quarter, Boeing announced the launch of the 737 MAX 10 and reported 571 orders. After the consistent growth, overall revenue reflects strong commercial deliveries and services growth across the company. Also, the 737 programs have captured more than 3,600 orders for the 737 MAX from GE Capital Aviation Services and SpiceJet.
The Boeing reflects higher commercial deliveries and mixes in Q1 compared to the last year. During the quarter, Commercial Airplanes delivered 184 airplanes, including the delivery of the first 787-10 Dreamliner and first 737 MAX 9 to Singapore Airlines and Lion Air Group. After a slight increase in Q2, deliveries again dropped in Q3 because of lower deliveries largely offset by mix. Commercial Airplanes delivered 190 airplanes, including 57 737 MAX, while the 777X program remains on track for delivery. In Q4, the deliveries substantially grew, reflecting higher commercial deliveries and increased volume across the company. During the quarter, Commercial Airplanes delivered 238 airplanes, including the delivery of the 787th 787 Dreamliner and the first 737 MAX Boeing Business Jet.
After an all-time increase in deliveries in the last quarter, Q1 hit all-time lowest deliveries because of lower 737 deliveries. In Q2, Commercial Airplanes delivered 90 airplanes, including 42 787s, and captured orders for two 777 freighters for DHL and six 767 freighters for FedEx, which is substantially low YoY. Commercial Airplanes fourth-quarter revenue-again dropped, again reflecting lower 737 deliveries accounting 79 airplanes delivery.
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