Two Airbus A330neo twinjets have been ordered by an unidentified customer, the airframer’s latest backlog figures reveal.
The aircraft, both the -900 variant, are among 13 jets added to Airbus’s gross orders during September.
Another undisclosed operator ordered four A321neos, while China’s Sichuan Airlines is taking three A321neos and three A320neos.
Airbus also recorded an agreement for a single A320neo destined for a private customer.
The airframer listed three cancellations of single-aisle aircraft, which appear to include two A319neos previously ordered by Air Cote d’Ivoire and one of Macquarie Financial Holdings’ A220-300s.
Lessor Azorra Aviation has also switched the two A220-100s it ordered to the larger A220-300, giving it a total commitment of 22 -300s.
Airbus delivered 437 aircraft over the first nine months of this year, including 55 in September.