Boeing Commercial Airplanes is on a pace to exceed its record sales result of last year, when it booked net orders for 1,002 aircraft (ATWOnline, Jan. 5). Through the first nine months of 2006, the manufacturer received orders for 736 aircraft, up from 643 in the year-ago period. September sales were particularly strong, with orders for 175 aircraft comprising 118 737NGs, 28 747s, four 767s and 25 787s. In September 2005, Boeing sold 24 aircraft comprising two 737s, 15 777s and seven ...

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