Boeing reported no new commercial aircraft in May, means no orders for second straight month.
The airframer faces a standstill in orders since the grounding of 737MAX, and airlines canceled 71 orders for the 737 Max in May.
However, Boeing has a massive backorder of more than 5000 jets to delivered, and expecting to record new orders in the upcoming Paris Airshow.
Boeing has completed fixing the MCAS software on MAX, and awaits the verdict from international regulators to get the airplane into skies.
Boeing delivered just 30 commercial jets in May, including eight older-version 737 planes, compared to 68 jets delivered in May 2018.
Airbus also recored no orders for commercial aircraft orders in May 2019, with a cancellation of more than 70 jets including A350s and A380s.