Boeing delivered 462 commercial aircraft in 2010 led by a record 376 737s, in line with guidance of approximately 460 full-year deliveries but down 4% from 481 aircraft delivered in 2009. Net orders for 2010 totaled 530, a more than threefold increase over 142 in 2009, a gain the manufacturer attributed to "carriers transition[ing] from economic recovery to expansion." Beyond the 737s, 2010 deliveries comprised 74 777s and 12 767s. It took in 486 net 737 orders, 46 net 777 ...

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