Boeing 737 MAX Monthly Deliveries Fall to Lowest Since 2021

Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company, has reported a drop in the monthly deliveries of its best-selling 737 MAX to the lowest level since August 2021. Boeing's deliveries of the 737 MAX fell in September, marking the lowest level since August 2021. This drop is attributed to ongoing struggles with work needed to correct a manufacturing defect.


The largest U.S. planemaker said overall deliveries fell to 27 in September, including 15 Boeing MAX 8 and 9 airplanes. This marks the fourth-lowest month of MAX deliveries since deliveries resumed in December 2020 after a worldwide grounding following two MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019 that killed 346 people.


Boeing is currently undergoing an extensive process used to inspect and fix thousands of misdrilled holes on the 737 MAX aft pressure bulkhead. This manufacturing defect has posed significant challenges for the company, impacting its delivery schedules.

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Despite these challenges, Boeing has seen an improvement in new orders. The planemaker booked new orders in September for 224 planes and reported only 10 cancellations. These new orders include 50 787s for United Airlines. The drop in Boeing's monthly deliveries of the 737 MAX underscores the challenges that the aerospace giant is currently facing. However, with new orders improving and ongoing efforts to correct manufacturing defects, there is optimism for a recovery. As always, safety remains a top priority as Boeing continues to navigate these challenges.

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