The company said 86 of its deliveries were of its 737 Next Generation.
Shares of Boeing were down 47 cents, or 0.7 percent, at $71.67 on the New York Stock Exchange.
Boeing said last month it will accelerate planned increases in production of two of its popular wide-body planes to accommodate heightened demand from airlines that had curbed orders in the last two years because of the economic crisis.
The improved outlook by the world's No. 2 planemaker may represent the start of a rebound in demand for Boeing and Airbus
(Reporting by Kyle Peterson; Editing by Derek Caney)