Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Boeing meets 787 delivery guidance for 2014



With the delivery of the second 787 for Azerbaijan Airlines, Boeing had met their 787 delivery guidance of 110 for 2014.  The aircraft manufacturer isn't done and should be able to deliver 4 more 787s including 2 787-9s.  These aircraft all have had their first customer flights though there may be additional customer flights required and these should deliver starting early next week.

In a related note: Boeing pushed out the last 787 to be built in 2014.  The aircraft is for American Airlines and should deliver around March.

787 Full Production Table

13 comments:

ce said...

They made it up for a slow November.

Merry Christmas!

TravelingMan said...

Yeah, I doubted that Boeing could meet the 110 number after the early year grounding and slow recent months. But they did so congratulations.

Funny, but the first A350 just delivered and already Airbus is talking about ramping production up to 10 per month this coming year. Seems like a stretch but I guess we'll see.

Uresh said...

If Airbus Ramos to 10/year by the end of 2015 they'll have Boeing to thank for showing them the way.

1coolguy1 said...

2018 is the year Airbus expects to ramp up to 10. 2015 target is 5.

Piotrek_ said...

It looks like ZB021 is back inside the EMC.

Rob D. said...

Any word on what is happening with the 787-10?

Uresh said...

Still in development. It's a long way off from 1st flight

1coolguy1 said...

787-10 is expected to deliver in 2018

Mellit870 said...

Do you know when ZB077 will be delivered to Etihad

Pat Paris said...

Uresh, In the full production data base it says LN11 flew it's first flight on 12/5/2014 but in the current production database the first flight field is empty. Did it go flying 3 weeks ago? Thanks.

Uresh said...

No it hasn't flown. That's a mistake.

aldeen.rs said...

wish Boeing will be able to dispatch the remaining B787 (4Nos.) before the end of the year 2014

1coolguy1 said...

Only 3 in production testing - test pilots must be on extended vacation!