Washington - Boeing last month registered 72 orders, including 6 777-300ER for the Russian airline operator Aeroflot and 2 for the US Navy.

The 78 deliveries are, as always dominated by the single-aisle and to a lesser extent the Dreamliner family.

As of September 30, 2017, Boeing registered 548 orders, including 398 single-aisle, five 747, fifteen 767, 43 Triple Seven and 87 Dreamliners, since the beginning of the year.

In September 2017, The US aircraft manufacturer received orders for six 777-300ER by Aeroflot, and two 737-700C for the US Navy. The rest of the orders are awarded to four anonymous buyers, with a BBJ 737 MAX, eight 737 MAX, fifty other 737 MAX and five 787-9 Dreamliner respectively.

In terms of deliveries, Boeing delivered to its customers 57 aircraft of the 737 family, three 747 (all in 8F version), one 767, six Triple Seven and eleven Dreamliners. We note especially that the new 737 MAX 8 delivered to the low-cost Southwest Airlines, five 737-800 Ryanair, the five aircraft to Xiamen Air (four 737-800, one 787-9) and four aircraft for American Airlines including the first MAX 8 and a 787-9, as well as the first two MAX 8s for WestJet and for Flydubai.

As of September 30, 2017, Boeing registered 548 orders, including 398 single-aisle, five 747, fifteen 767, 43 Triple Seven and 87 Dreamliners, since the beginning of the year. The 554 deliveries include 381 single-aisle, eight 747, seven 767, 58 Triple Seven and one hundred Dreamliners.

It should be noted that 30 737 MAX 8 have been delivered to the customers (including 10 in Southwest, seven in the Lion Air group and six in Norwegian) since the launch of the program, which has 3901 orders. Boeing now has a backlog of 5665 planes.