Boeing has gone two straight months without booking an airplane order from an airline
Boeing had no orders for new airliners in October, its second consecutive month, and orders for 37 of its Max jets came off the books as the company continues to struggle with the grounding of the Max and a pandemic that has crippled the airline industry.
Boeing delivered 13 airliners last month, down from 20 in October 2019. The Chicago company depends on deliveries to generate cash flow.
Rival Airbus had a better month, booking 11 new orders and delivering 72 planes in October.
Boeing last reported a new aircraft order in August. It has failed to record any orders for commercial planes in five of the first 10 months of this…
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