A330 production is at a very high level for January. This suggests Airbus still intends to produce as many aircraft as possible.
Boeing's 2014 guidance is 110 787s. 95 implies a serious shortfall, but is nevertheless possible if the production problems recently reported by the Seattle Times persist.
I agree, Airbus should get close to their maximum A330 production capacity of 110 as they did last year. My 105 figure is probably a bit pessimistic. The number of sales for the A330 will be even more interesting as the orderbook reduces.
I find the 787 numbers hard to forecast. Only 4 in January is poor but single month's figures don't really show much. They are said to have just reached a production rate of 10/month which I have assumed will take a month or two to result in deliveries reaching 10/month. The 787 will surely overtake the A330 delivery rate soon, in 2015 if not 2014.
A330 production rate will stay at 110 per year for 2014 and 2015.
As of FEB 1 there is only 258 unfilled orders. Airbus probably has more orders in some state of discussions - because less than 2,5 year of production is not that much. The other logical assumption is that they will move some of the capacities to the production of A350.