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Boeing reports second quarter deliveries

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 4, 2014
A 737 departs Boeing Field in April on delivery to United Airlines. (Boeing)
A 737 departs Boeing Field in April on delivery to United Airlines. (Boeing)

Boeing has reported its commercial and military deliveries for the second quarter of 2014 the calendar year.

The manufacturer reports it delivered 124 737s, 30 787s, 24 777s, two 747s and one 767 in the three months to June 30, for a total of 181 commercial aircraft in the quarter, and 342 year to date.

The company’s Defence Space & Security division delivered 15 CH-47 Chinooks, 12 F/A-18E/F and EA-18G Super Hornet/Growlers, nine AH-64 Apache helicopters, four F-15 Eagle fighters, two C-17s, two P-8A Poseidons, and one 737 AEW&C.

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Boeing reports second quarter deliveries

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 4, 2014
A 737 departs Boeing Field in April on delivery to United Airlines. (Boeing)
A 737 departs Boeing Field in April on delivery to United Airlines. (Boeing)

Boeing has reported its commercial and military deliveries for the second quarter of 2014 the calendar year.

The manufacturer reports it delivered 124 737s, 30 787s, 24 777s, two 747s and one 767 in the three months to June 30, for a total of 181 commercial aircraft in the quarter, and 342 year to date.

The company’s Defence Space & Security division delivered 15 CH-47 Chinooks, 12 F/A-18E/F and EA-18G Super Hornet/Growlers, nine AH-64 Apache helicopters, four F-15 Eagle fighters, two C-17s, two P-8A Poseidons, and one 737 AEW&C.

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