772 - 9
772LR - 5
773 - 8
I disagree with "Deep Trouble." 2003 was not a great year for the 777, but in about a decade Boeing has sold 630 Triple-7s, the line is not in trouble.
736 - 16
739 - 16
These two models are part of the 737NG line. So long as the 737-700 and -800 sell, these models can be offered even if there is zero backlog.
A345 - 14
Like the 777-200LR, the A340-500 is a niche aircraft, it will never sell in huge numbers.
A333 - 70
A346 - 56
For a wide-body aircraft, that isn't a bad backlog. Large aircraft never sell as quickly as small aircraft. But since the A330/A340 are built on the same production line, Airbus really has 154 orders for the A330/A340 family
Until the 7E7, Boeing could have a couple of lean years, and assembly shut downs.
Maybe yes maybe no, we'll just have to wait and see. If the 7E7 enters service in 2008, production will begin between 2005-2006, which isn't terribly far away.