Its orders totalled more than twice the value of those of its European rival Airbus, which said it took 142 orders worth about $40 billion.
Here's some details on some of its largest orders:
— Dubai-based Emirates ordered 150 of Boeing's planned 777X aircraft in a deal worth $55.6 billion. The aircraft is a larger and more fuel-efficient model of the company's popular 777 wide-body.
— Etihad Airways ordered 56 wide-body aircraft with options and purchase rights for an additional 26. That deal is worth $25.2 billion at list prices and includes 30 of Boeing's 787-10 aircraft, along with 25 777X aircraft and one cargo plane.
— Qatar Airways ordered 50 777X aircraft in a deal the airline valued at $19 billion at list prices.
— Flydubai, a budget carrier, committed to buy up to 111 Boeing 737 aircraft.