Boeing’s output continued to rebound from the summer as 86 commercial aircraft were delivered in September to 31 airlines and eight lessors—up from 60 deliveries in August and 40 in July—achieving an output pace of 2.9 aircraft per day. China Eastern took delivery of 10 new aircraft during the month, including six 737-800s, three 787-9s and a single 737 MAX. Ireland’s Ryanair received eight 737-800s, and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines took seven new aircraft (five ...

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