First-half deliveries fell 37% from a year earlier.
The 737 MAX has been grounded since March following two crashes less than six months apart that killed a total of 346 people. Boeing didn't break out separate numbers for the different classes of its 737 jet.
The second quarter saw a big drop-off from the first quarter with only 90 planes, of the 239 plane total, delivered in the period. The 737 class of planes saw the biggest drop-off, with the company delivering 24 in the quarter compared with 89 in the first quarter.
This week, Saudi budget airline Flyadeal canceled its $5.9 billion Boeing 737 MAX delivery order in favor of an Airbus order.
Boeing shares were down 0.4% to $349.77 on Tuesday.