Turbulent Times: Boeing’s Deliveries Collapse by 57%

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Stratos Jets Analyses Annual Aircraft Deliveries by Airbus and Boeing (2015-2019).

Airbus vs. Boeing annual sales graph

Airbus vs. Boeing annual sales graph

737 MAX Crisis Sees Boeing’s Deliveries Collapse by 57%

This week Stratos Jets analysed the annual aircraft delivery data from Boeing and Airbus.

While Airbus numbers remain consistent, Boeing's deliveries have collapsed more than 57%, Stratos Jets found.

After being in production for more than 20 years, Boeing will halt production of the 737 MAX in January 2020.

This follows two crashes that killed more that 300 people, causing the aircraft to be grounded for more than 9 months due to safety concerns.

Boeing customers have canceled 84 orders since the crisis began.

Airbus is set to deliver more than twice the number of aircraft in 2019 than its rival Boeing.

Boeing sales are down 57% in 2019 compared to 2018.

Boeing Annual Aircraft Deliveries:

2015    762
2016    748
2017    763
2018    806
2019    345

Airbus sales are down 9% in 2019, but remain reasonably consistent.

Airbus Annual Aircraft Deliveries

2015    635
2016    688
2017    718
2018    800
2019    725

Grounding the MAX has cost Boeing $9 billion.

Share prices in Boeing have fallen by 5.17% in the last 5 days.

All graphs and charts are available here - https://www.stratosjets.co/737-max-crisis

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