Boeing’s orders and delivery pace slowed in April, with 51 commercial aircraft delivered to 32 customers (compared to 70 aircraft to 38 customers in March) and 14 new aircraft orders from four customers (compared to 124 aircraft from nine customers in March). Boeing delivered 51 commercial aircraft* to 23 airlines, six lessors and three unidentified customers during the month. Year-to-date, the US-based manufacturer has delivered 213 commercial aircraft. Ryanair led Boeing’s ...

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