At the start of last year, we looked at the results of the 2013 deliveries between Airbus and Boeing. Â With all the interest in that article, I couldnâ€™t leave it alone for 2014, right? Â So letâ€™s take a look at how the two big airliner companies did, in what is really the biggest aviation competition around?
2014 wasÂ a big year for both Boeing and Airbus. Â Last year we saw the first delivery of the A350XWB for Airbus, while Boeing also had delivery of the first 787-9 to Air New Zealand (followed closely by ANA).
On the narrowbody front, the A320NEO had its first flight (donâ€™t those engines look like someone strapped giant engines onto the wing and went â€œit will work, trust meâ€) and the 737 MAX makes it one step closer to rolling out of the Renton factory. Â There were plenty of orders made to both airliners, but what we really want to know is, who produced and sold the most aircraft?