At the end of the 1st quarter 2013, Boeing was struggling to re-right the 787 ship in light of the lithium ion battery issues which had forced a grounding of the aircraft. One quarter later the ship is righted and with it the deliveries have re-commenced. Boeing had several Dreamliners waiting for delivery when the FAA had lifted the grounding. Boing delivered 7 aircraft in May and 9 in June with delivery later in the summer poised to be at higher rates.
Production did slow down as Boeing had spent most of this month in reconfiguring and reconstructing the main 787 final assembly line in building 40-26. Because of this and the Temporary Surge Line in 40-24 being used exclusively for 787-9 final assembly, 787-8 production from Everett was essentially stopped. Aircraft still rolled off the line as these were loaded prior to June but there won't be too many 787s rolling out in Everett during July. Still, we should see the 1st 787-9 rolling off the line in July and most 787s coming out of 40-26 or 40-24 were ones that were already assembled but needed to finish some minor assembly tasks during the next one month.
To date Boeing has delivered 17 787s to customers. They have 29 post-L/N 66 Dreamliners waiting for delivery as well which I believe they should deliver by the end of September. Boeing should be able to assemble 24 more 787s through mid November from all three lines. It takes Boeing about 6 weeks from roll out to deliver the aircraft in to the customer though this varies from customer to customer. Additionally, Boeing should be able to deliver 9 787s from EMC in the next 6 months. This would total 62 787s delivered in the second half of the year. Combined with the 17 already delivered and the total project 2013 787 deliveries should be around 79. This total would not include the 787-9 built this year.
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