List of Boeing 787 orders and deliveries

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The 787th Boeing 787 Dreamliner produced, operated by China Southern Airlines.

This article lists the orders and deliveries for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. As of May 2020, the largest airline orders are by All Nippon Airways (95), Etihad Airways (71), American Airlines (70) and United Airlines (64).[a][needs update]

Orders and deliveries[edit]

Orders and deliveries by type and year[edit]

Boeing 787 orders and deliveries by type
Total orders Total deliveries Unfilled
787-8 416 375 41
787-9 886 558 328
787-10 187 61 126
Total 1,489 994 495
Boeing 787 net orders and deliveries by year
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Total
Net orders 56 235 157 369 93 −59 −4 13 −12 182 41 71 58 94 109 82 20 −16 1,489
Deliveries 787-8 3 46 65 104 71 35 26 10 10 5 375
787-9 10 64 102 110 120 114 36 2 558
787-10 15 34 12 61
Total 3 46 65 114 135 137 136 145 158 53 2 994

Boeing 787 orders and deliveries (cumulative, by year):

Orders

Deliveries

Orders and deliveries through March 2021.[1]

Orders and deliveries sortable, presorted by customer[edit]

All Nippon Airways launched the 787 Dreamliner program with an order for 50 aircraft in 2004
A 787-8 of LOT Polish Airlines, the first European operator[2]
Customer Orders Deliveries
787-8 787-9 787-10 Total GE RR 787-8 787-9 787-10 Total
AerCap 30 30 7 6 9 9
Aeroméxico 2 6 8 * 2 6 8
Air Astana 3 3 *
Air Austral 2 2 * 2 2
Air Canada 8 29 37 * 8 29 37
Air China 15 15 * 14 14
Air Europa 8 7 15 * 8 2 10
Air France–KLM 11 14 25 * 11 5 16
Air India 27 27 * 27 27
Air Lease Corporation 36 25 61 44 10 21 6 27
Air New Zealand 12 8 20 8 12 12 12
Air Tahiti Nui 2 2 * 2 2
Air Tanzania 2 2 * 2 2
All Nippon Airways 36 45 14 95 12 83 36 36 2 74
American Airlines 22 48 70 * 22 23 45
Arik Air 9 9
Avianca 13 3 16 * 13 1 14
Aviation Capital Group 5 5 * 5 5
Avolon 5 5 2 3 2 2
Azerbaijan Airlines 2 2 * 2 2
Bamboo Airways 10 10
Biman Bangladesh Airlines 4 2 6 * 4 2 6
BOC Aviation 13 13 * 10 10
BoComm Leasing 2 2 * 2 2
Boeing Capital 19 5 24 *
British Airways 12 18 12 42 * 12 18 2 32
Business Jet / VIP Customer(s) 7 4 11 7 3 6 4 10
CALC Aircraft Assets 2 2 * 2 2
China Eastern Airlines 10 10 * 10 10
China Southern Airlines 10 9 19 * 10 9 19
CIT Leasing Corporation 4 14 18 9 9 4 12 16
El Al 3 4 7 * 3 4 7
Emirates 30 30
Ethiopian Airlines 16 16 10 6 16 16
Etihad Airways 41 30 71 * 30 9 39
EVA Air 4 11 15 * 4 4
GECAS 2 4 6 * 2 2
Gulf Air 12 12 * 7 7
Hainan Airlines 10 24 34 * 10 24 34
Hawaiian Airlines 5 5 *
ILFC 23 51 74 34 40 23 51 74
Japan Airlines 29 20 49 * 29 20 49
Jet Airways 10 10 *
Juneyao Airlines 6 6 * 6 6
Kenya Airways 9 9 * 9 9
Korean Air 1 20 10 31 * 1 10 11
LATAM Airlines Group 10 16 26 * 10 10 20
LOT Polish Airlines 8 8 * 8 8
Lufthansa 20 20
MG Aviation 4 4 * 4 4
Norwegian Air Shuttle 3 13 16 * 3 8 11
Okay Airways 5 5
Oman Air 2 8 10 * 2 2
PrivatAir 1 1 * 1 1
Qantas Group 11 14 25 * 11 11 22
Qatar Airways 30 30 60 * 30 7 37
Republic of Iraq 10 10 *
Royal Air Maroc 5 4 9 * 5 4 9
Royal Brunei Airlines 5 5 * 5 5
Royal Jordanian 6 6 * 3 3
Ruili Airlines 6 6
Saudia 8 5 13 * 8 5 13
Scoot 13 12 25 * 10 10 20
Singapore Airlines 44 44 * 15 15
TUI Travel 13 6 19 * 13 6 19
Turkish Airlines 25 25 * 14 14
Unidentified Customer(s) 7 45 13 65 59 1 5 5
United Airlines 12 38 14 64 * 12 35 13 60
Uzbekistan Airways 7 7 * 6 6
Vietnam Airlines 8 8 * 8 8
Virgin Atlantic 17 17 * 17 17
Vistara 6 6 * 2 2
WestJet 10 10 * 6 6
Xiamen Airlines 6 6 12 * 6 6 12
Total 422 882 203 1,507 946 451 375 556 61 991

Data through October 2020.[1]

Orders and deliveries graph[edit]

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest African operator.
United Airlines was the first North American operator of the 787-8

Data through October 2020.[1]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The data used throughout this page show the entities credited by Boeing with a 'firm contractual commitment' for the ordered airframes. Because of financing and leasing arrangements as well as after-market resales, this may not correspond to the airline operating the airframes. Press releases and the resulting media coverage may differ from these numbers if they report the operator rather than the leasing company contractually taking delivery, or if they report orders that lack the level of firm contractual commitment represented by these data.

References[edit]

Footnotes
Citations
  1. ^ a b c "Orders & Deliveries". The Boeing Company. March 31, 2021. Retrieved April 13, 2021.
  2. ^ "European safety agency to ground 787 in line with FAA". Reuters. January 16, 2013. Retrieved August 21, 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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