Prices of Boeing aircraft in 2019

Average prices for Boeing aircraft as of January 2019, by type (in million U.S. dollars)

Prices of Boeing aircraft in 2019 The statistic shows the average prices for Boeing aircraft as of January 2019, by type. The 737-800 model cost 106.1 million U.S. dollars on average.
The Boeing 777-9 is the company’s most expensive model

Along with Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier Aerospace, Boeing is one of the world's four largest aircraft manufacturers. The maker of airplanes, rockets, satellites and rotorcraft is the global leader based on revenue. The Chicago-headquartered jet manufacturer greatly outperformed its main competitor, Airbus: Boeing generated almost 93.4 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in 2017, compared to Airbus’ 66.8 billion U.S. dollars during the same period. The competition between Boeing and Airbus has been intense over the years. With the exception of 2011, when Airbus received a staggering 1,608 orders, both companies have been receiving a somewhat comparable amount of orders since 2003.

Boeing’s 737 aircraft series have emerged as the company’s best sellers, accounting for over 69 percent of all aircraft delivered worldwide by Boeing in 2017. The Boeing 737 Max-8 has been involved in a series of airplane crashes, and has been grounded in several countries as a result. The Boeing 737 twinjet narrow-body jet is a shorter, more economical model similar to Boeing’s 727 and 707. The Boeing 737-700, which costs 85.8 million U.S. dollars, is among the least expensive models, while the Boeing 777-9 X, priced at 425.8 million U.S. dollars, is the most expensive one on Boeing's price list.
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Average prices for Boeing aircraft as of January 2019, by type (in million U.S. dollars)

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Aircraft typePrice in million U.S. dollars
777-9442.2
747-8 Freighter419.2
747-8418.4
777-8410.2
777-300ER375.5
777 Freighter352.3
777-200LR346.9
787-10338.4
777-200ER 306.6
787-9292.5
787-8248.3
767-300 Freighter220.3
767-300ER217.9
737 MAX 10134.9
737 MAX 9128.9
737 MAX 200124.8
737 MAX 8121.6
737-900ER112.6
737-800106.1
737 MAX 799.7
737-70089.1
Aircraft typePrice in million U.S. dollars
777-9442.2
747-8 Freighter419.2
747-8418.4
777-8410.2
777-300ER375.5
777 Freighter352.3
777-200LR346.9
787-10338.4
777-200ER 306.6
787-9292.5
787-8248.3
767-300 Freighter220.3
767-300ER217.9
737 MAX 10134.9
737 MAX 9128.9
737 MAX 200124.8
737 MAX 8121.6
737-900ER112.6
737-800106.1
737 MAX 799.7
737-70089.1
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The statistic shows the average prices for Boeing aircraft as of January 2019, by type. The 737-800 model cost 106.1 million U.S. dollars on average.
The Boeing 777-9 is the company’s most expensive model

Along with Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier Aerospace, Boeing is one of the world's four largest aircraft manufacturers. The maker of airplanes, rockets, satellites and rotorcraft is the global leader based on revenue. The Chicago-headquartered jet manufacturer greatly outperformed its main competitor, Airbus: Boeing generated almost 93.4 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in 2017, compared to Airbus’ 66.8 billion U.S. dollars during the same period. The competition between Boeing and Airbus has been intense over the years. With the exception of 2011, when Airbus received a staggering 1,608 orders, both companies have been receiving a somewhat comparable amount of orders since 2003.

Boeing’s 737 aircraft series have emerged as the company’s best sellers, accounting for over 69 percent of all aircraft delivered worldwide by Boeing in 2017. The Boeing 737 Max-8 has been involved in a series of airplane crashes, and has been grounded in several countries as a result. The Boeing 737 twinjet narrow-body jet is a shorter, more economical model similar to Boeing’s 727 and 707. The Boeing 737-700, which costs 85.8 million U.S. dollars, is among the least expensive models, while the Boeing 777-9 X, priced at 425.8 million U.S. dollars, is the most expensive one on Boeing's price list.
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January 2019
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Worldwide
Survey time period
as of January 2019
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To receive the price for aircraft model 767-2C, customers must contact the Boeing Sales and Marketing department.
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