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Boeing Reports Second-Quarter Deliveries

CHICAGO, IL | The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] announced today deliveries across its commercial and defense operations for the second quarter of 2014.

Major program deliveries during the second quarter were as follows:

MAJOR PROGRAMS

2ND QUARTER
2014

YEAR-TO-DATE
2014

COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES PROGRAMS

    737 Next Generation

124

239

    747

2

6

    767

1

1

    777

24

48

    787

30

48

TOTAL

181

342

DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY PROGRAMS

   AEW&C

1

2

   Apache (New Builds)

9

19

   Chinook (New Builds)

15

32

   C-17

2

5

   F-15

4

8

   F/A-18E/F and EA-18G

12

23

   P-8

2

2

   Satellites (Government & Commercial)

2

2

TOTAL

47

93

Boeing monthly delivers continue to improve as the 787 Dreamliner production revs up. Boeing was able to deliver 30 Dreamliner for the second quarter, and 48 total for the first half of 2014 putting the production team head to head tie with the much larger work load 777;  carriers such as, Kenya Airways, Air Canada, Arkfly, are some of the airlines that benefit each receiving their first Dreamliner during the first half of the sales year. The 737 Next Generation model also continue to strive with 124 second quarter delivers, and 239 total for the first half of the year 2014. The 747 saw a major milestone during the first half. Boeing delivered the 1500th  747, a 747-8i model to Lufthansa. With the 787, and 737 production jumping up, Boeing was able to delivered 181 airplanes for the second quarter which was a jump of about 7.1%  over the same period last year and a grand total of 342 commercial airplanes was delivered that’s up more than 11%. Investors was happy with these numbers, stating that the numbers was far more than excepted.

Boeing Commercial Division wasn’t the only one in The Boeing Company, that was seeing gains, Boeing Defense, Space, and Security, was able to delivered 45 military aircraft and two satellites; giving them 47 total for the second quarter, which was up from 31 delivers around the same time last year and 93 total deliveries through the first half of 2014. Overall it seems like investors are happy with the numbers, as Boeing (BA, NYSE) stocks raises 55cents Thursday morning to $128.17, and ending the weekend at $128.51. Boeing also continue to lead Airbus for the year despite a monster orders won for the month of June.

 

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