Like Airbus, Boeing had to significantly adjust its production plans downward for the foreseeable future as airlines pushed back scheduled deliveries. Boeing's latest plans involve increasing the 737 line production rate to 31 per month by early 2022. The 787 production rate will go down to five per month (from a peak of 14) in the second quarter of 2021. The 747, 767, and 777 rates remain at 0.5, three, and two per month, respectively.
Ahead of Boeing's earnings release on Jan. 27, LNA analyzes the updated delivery schedule for coming years on the five major commercial programs.
Shallower rates on 747 and 767;
Dreamliner delivery delays;
Analyzing new 737 MAX order and inventory cleanup;
Notable changes behind stable 777 production rate.