Boeing has said that it is delivering 38% fewer planes in the first seven months of 2019 when compared to the year prior. Deliveries totalled 258 aircraft compared to 417 last year. The numbers mean that Boeing is trailing far behind the 458 aircraft handed over in the same period by its European rival Airbus.  It is now five straight months that the firm not gained any new orders for the grounded 737 Max. Boeing is on course to fall behind Airbus as the world’s biggest platemaker marking the first time in eight years this has happened. Boeing’s July orders

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