Boeing Commercial Airplanes reports delivering 108 aircraft in the first quarter of 2010, down 13 from the same period in 2009. Last year, the company was still delivering 747-400s, which accounts for four airplanes. But output in each of its main programs—the 737 and 777—was off this year. From January to March 2010, Boeing delivered 86 737s (91 in 2009) and 19 777s (23 in 2009). It also delivered three 767s in each year. Assuming about 460 deliveries this year, the first-quarter pace is ...

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