The number of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft heading to customers continued to rise in the third quarter as the US aerospace company delivered a total of 85 commercial aircraft.
However, there were no 787 deliveries as the company continued to grapple with production issues.
Figures released Tuesday show the aerospace giant delivered 66 Max family aircraft, compared to 50 in the second quarter. Of the other aircraft, two were &47s, 11 were 767s and six were 777s.
The deliveries brought the year-to-date total to 241, although this still lagged the 424 deliveries reported this week by European rival Airbus.