Boeing announced on Tuesday that it delivered 22 aircraft in February, 17 of which were shipped a year earlier, and that net orders were positive for the first time in 14 months.
The company said that it had filed 82 new orders in February, bringing a total of 86 aircraft so far.
Customers also changed or canceled about 50 orders last month, but net cancellation orders for a total of 31 aircraft last month are returning on a positive basis for the first time since November 2019.
February orders include 25 United States 737 MAX jets, 14 737 MAX aircraft for unlicensed customers, and 27 KC-46 refueling aircraft for the United States Air Force.
Singapore Airlines also ordered 11 777X jets as part of the conversion agreement announced last month, including the cancellation of 19 units of the 787-10.
The cancellations include seven carried out by Copa Airlines.
Boeing’s order book totaled 4,041 aircraft at the end of February, up from 4,016 in January.