Commercial aircraft net orders came in at 228 for June 2014 where 351 new orders were offset by 102 cancellations, while another 24 swaps occurred.
In the highlights of the month, Turkish Airlines ordered 15 Boeing 737 Max aircraft while Avianca placed an order for 12 Airbus A320s. Synergy Aerospace ordered ten ATR72s while Air New Zealand ordered ten A320neos. A significant number of 257 new orders for yet unannounced customers have also occurred. The major cancellation of the month came from Emirates who cancelled 70 Airbus A350s.
New orders for Airbus totalled 188 while Boeing took in 108. Bombardier, ATR and Embraer received 16, ten, six orders respectively. Sukhoi also received a single order during the month.
In the narrowbody market, a total of 296 new orders occurred, with 188 A320 family aircraft, including 133 for the neo variant. A total of 108 737s were also ordered, including 75 for the re-engined Max. The regional orders of the month included 16 CRJs, ten ATR72s, six E-Jets and a single Superjet 100.
Overall, the commercial aircraft order backlog ended June at 13,026, up 65 on the previous month.
This article was put together by Flightglobal Insight using the Ascend Fleets from Flightglobal database.