Boeing throughout the year had largely guided a book:bill of slightly better or slightly lower than one.
The company delivered 495 737s, an equivalent rate of 41.25/mo. There were 18 747-8 deliveries, matching the monthly production rate of 1.5/mo. There were 16 767-300ERs delivered, matching the production rate, and 98 777s, slightly fewer than the equivalent 99.6 annual production rate.
There were 135 787s delivered, a rate equivalent to a production rate of 11.5/mo, higher than the actual rate of 10/mo. The extra planes would be the re-worked 787s that have been around Boeing since the inception of the program. The last of these, the so-called Terrible Teens, should be delivered this year.
There were (net) 588 737s (All), two 747s, 49 767s (the FedEx order), 58 777s and 71 787s. Boeing did not break out the 777 Classic and X in the table but scroll all the way down for a breakout. Only 38 Classics had been sold, short of the 40-60 a year needed to bridge the production gap. Scroll all the way down for a breakout of 737NGs vs MAXes.
Airbus announces its year-end orders results next week. It previously announced it delivered 635 aircraft last year.