Analysis of the Boeing 787 backlog shows that the airframer has revealed new orders for more than 90 of the type since the first was delivered to All Nippon Airways in September 2011.
Boeing ended 2012 with a firm 787 order book comprising 848 aircraft, of which 799 remained in the backlog following 49 deliveries.
Orders for the aircraft stood at 821 when the first 787 was handed to ANA.
Boeing's figures show that 94 aircraft have since been added to the order book through agreements signed after the initial delivery.
Air France-KLM Group's order for 25 was the largest single deal, with other large agreements including ANA's follow-up order for 11, while Japan Airlines and Etihad Airways ordered 10 apiece.
Other changes to the backlog have effectively added a further 14 aircraft to the order book.
Air Lease accounts for eight of them, after it picked up the aircraft for a lease to Vietnam Airlines. The date of the order matches that of a deal for eight aircraft previously attributed to Vietnamese lessor VALC, but which has since been removed.
Five 787s are attributed to an undisclosed customer - although the deal date coincides with a five-aircraft order from LCAL, also removed. Boeing also identified Virgin Atlantic as the customer behind a previously-unattributed order for a single jet.
But the lift in orders has been largely offset by 81 cancellations and other changes, meaning that Boeing's net total rose by just 27 aircraft over the 15-month period.
Qantas axed 35 aircraft while China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines accounted for another 24. Kuwaiti lessor ALAFCO's order has fallen by six.