For the first time since 2019, Boeing has reached a positive balance on aircraft orders

According to CNBC, the company now has obligations to supply 4,041 aircraft.

The number of orders of aircraft of the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing for the month for the first time since November 2019 exceeded their cancellation. CNBC reported this.

In February, the company sold 82 aircraft, including 25 Boeing 737 MAX airliners and 27 KC-46 tanker aircraft, while customers refused 51 aircraft in a month. According to the TV channel, the company now has obligations to supply 4,041 aircraft; in February, the company delivered 22 aircraft to customers.

At the end of 2020, Boeing recorded losses of $11.9 billion in light of the consequences of the new coronavirus pandemic affecting the entire industry and the suspension of operation of the Boeing 737 MAX after two disasters that occurred after failures in the maneuverability improvement system. In 2019, after the crash of the Boeing 737 MAX airliner of Ethiopian Airlines, many countries, including Russia, the United States, and the European Union, suspended the operation of this series of aircraft for security reasons, the operation of the airliners was resumed in the United States only in December last year.

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