Boeing has delivered 181 commercial aircraft deliveries during the second quarter, the company reported Thursday. The aircraft—comprising 124 737 NGs, two 747s, one 767, 24 777s and 30 787s—make up 47.1% of the manufacturer’s 342 commercial aircraft deliveries year-to-date. Boeing’s delivery rate is up 19.9% from the 2013 second-quarter.

During the second quarter, Southwest Airlines took delivery of 12 737-800s; United Airlines received 10 737-900ERs and one 787-8; lessor GECAS received five 737-800s and three 777-300ERs; American Airlines took five 737-800s and two 777-300ERs; Air Lease Corp. received four 737-800s and two 777-300ERs; Indonesian carrier Lion Air took delivery of six 737-800s and Turkish Airlines received six 737-800s.