Boeing logged 40 new commercial aircraft bookings in May, over half for 737 MAXs, lifting the U.S. manufacturer’s total gross orders for 2018 to 361 commercial aircraft valued at about $63 billion, more than doubling the year to-date gross orders (160) and sales ($27 billion) of European competitor Airbus. Counting changes and cancellations, Boeing can claim a net total of 291 new commercial aircraft orders through May 31. Boeing’s backlog stands at 5,874 aircraft, including ...

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