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Boeing June Order And Delivery Report: Parisian Euphoria


  • Boeing booked 184 orders and delivered 75 aircraft in June.
  • Boeing expects orders to trace last year's figure of 660 orders.
  • After two months with plateauing sales year-over-year Boeing had a strong June month.

In 2016, I started covering orders and deliveries for Boeing (NYSE:NYSE:BA) and Airbus ( OTCPK:EADSF) with monthly reports and while this does not reflect current financial performance I will continue this coverage as it gives somewhat of an idea of current performance as well as ability for the respective manufacturers to grow order books and possibly earnings in the future on healthy order books. Next to that the order inflow is an almost direct reflection of the market environment on the commercial aircraft market. In this article, I will have a look at the orders and deliveries for the month of June. The May report can be found here.

Source: CBS News


Figure 1: Orders June 2017 (Source: AeroAnalysis)

Boeing started the year off strong accumulating 226 gross orders in the first three months. After that, sales plateaued resulting in Boeing’s cumulative order to fall year-over-year. This, however, was to be expected with the Paris Air Show being hosted in June. As expected, most of the deals announced as firm orders indeed have been booked by Boeing in their June order book update. Boeing booked 184 orders, 80 wide body jets and 104 single aisle aircraft:

  • Paris Air Show Order; AerCap (AER) signed for 30 Boeing 787-9 jets.
  • Paris Air Show Order; Aviation Capital Group signed for 20 Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft.
  • Paris Air Show Order; China Aircraft Leasing Company signed for 15 MAX 10 aircraft and 35 MAX jets.
  • Paris Air Show Order; El Al signed for 2 Boeing 787-8s and 1 787-9.
  • Paris Air Show Order; Norwegian (OTCPK:NWARF) exercised options for 2 Boeing 737 MAX jets.
  • Paris Air Show Order; Ryanair (RYAAY) ordered another 10 Boeing 737 MAX 200 jets adding to their commitment for 100 MAX 200 jets.
  • Paris Air Show Order; United Airlines (

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