SEATTLE, Dec 14 (Reuters) – Boeing Co (BA.N) said on Tuesday that it handed over 34 airplanes to carriers in November, while adding 109 jets to its 737 MAX order tally.

The delivery tally – closely scrutinized by investors as deliveries generate much-needed cash during the coronavirus crisis – compares with 27 planes in October, and seven in the year ago period when Boeing was in the throes of the 737 MAX safety crises.

Again in November, Boeing failed to deliver its advanced carbon-composite 787 Dreamliner, which remains mired in inspections and retrofits likely to keep the jets sidelined until April 2022.

Of the 34 aircraft delivered last month, 28 were 737 MAX planes – 10 of which were for European low-cost carrier Ryanair (RYA.I). Boeing also turned over one P-8 maritime patrol aircraft to Norway, Boeing said.Read more