Airbus’s first monthly order disclosure for the year exclusively features widebody aircraft agreements with two carriers taking A350s.

Delta Air Lines reached an agreement for 20 A350-1000s and the airframer’s backlog data for January also confirms the US carrier as the unidentified customer behind a previous order for 10 A350-900s.

Another 11 A350-900s have been firmed for Ethiopian Airlines, following the commitment unveiled at last year’s Dubai air show.

Delta A350-900-c-Delta Air Lines

Source: Delta Air Lines

Airbus’s figures also confirm Delta as the customer for 10 more A350-900s

The agreements give Airbus net orders for 31 aircraft so far this year.

They also take total A350 orders to 1,237 aircraft including 272 A350-1000s, 915 A350-900s and 50 A350 freighters.

Airbus delivered 30 aircraft over the course of January, comprising two A330neos – for ITA Airways and Condor – plus 26 A320neo-family jets and a pair of A220s.