Image copyright Getty Images Boeing has reported its worst annual orders in at least two decades – as it remains in crisis over its 737 Max model.The company also said deliveries of its planes slumped to an 11-year low last year.It means the US firm has lost its title as the world’s biggest plane maker…

Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplane outside the company's factory.

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Boeing has reported its worst annual orders in on the least two decades – because it stays in disaster over its 737 Max mannequin.

The company also talked about deliveries of its planes slumped to an 11-three hundred and sixty five days low final three hundred and sixty five days.

It contrivance the US agency has lost its title as the sphere’s salubrious plane maker to European rival Airbus.

The 737 Max has been grounded since March after two crashes in which 346 of us were killed.

Boeing talked about catch orders after cancellations for 2019 totalled salubrious 54 planes. That compares with 893 the old three hundred and sixty five days.

At the identical time deliveries fell by 53% to 380 planes, the lowest number since 2007.

The company final month halted manufacturing of what had been its salubrious-promoting commercial airliner.

The grounding of the 737 Max contrivance it’s not possible for the agency to bring the planes to customers.

Compared, Boeing’s major rival Airbus talked about earlier this month that it delivered a file 863 planes in 2019 and racked up a catch 768 orders after cancellations.

Timeline: Boeing crashes

  • 29 October 2018: A 737 Max 8 operated by Lion Air crashes after leaving Indonesia, killing all 189 of us on board
  • 31 January 2019: Boeing reports an yelp of 5,011 Max planes from 79 customers
  • 10 March 2019: A 737 Max 8 operated by Ethiopian Airlines crashes, killing all 157 of us on board
  • 14 March 2019: Boeing grounds total 737 Max airplane immediate

A shimmering region for the Chicago-primarily based completely mostly plane maker changed into a file preference of deliveries of 787 Dreamliners within the final three months of 2019.

The company delivered 45 of the wide-physique passenger jets, which first went into service in 2011.

Boeing’s novel chief govt David Calhoun took the helm of the manufacturer on Monday.

Mr Calhoun talked about he is “confident within the long escape” of the agency, telling workers his “major point of curiosity” will be returning the 737 Max to the skies.

He replaced Dennis Muilenburg, who changed into fired final month, in a switch the company’s board talked about changed into compulsory to “restore self belief” in Boeing.

The aviation alternate will likely be feeling the stress over fears of a world financial slowdown and the US-China alternate war.

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