As COVID-19 shutdown the majority of air travel and it continued to recover from the 737 Max crisis, Boeing revealed that it delivered only four planes last month. It marks an 87% drop compared to May 2019.
It has notable connotations for cashflow given the majority of the order is payable on delivery.
Boeing said that an additional eighteen orders for planes were cancelled last month, including fourteen Max jets, meanwhile, it added that nine new orders were landed in the month.
On Tuesday, Boeing shares closed 6% lower at US$216.74 each and ahead of Wednesday’s open is due to start 2.57% lower, indicated at US$211.20.