Airbus has newly-recorded cancellations of 92 aircraft, pushing the airframer far into negative net order territory after the first two months of this year.

The cancelled aircraft comprise a pair of A350-900s plus 59 A320neo and 30 A321neo jets.

Scandinavian budget carrier Norwegian accounted for almost all of the single-aisle cancellations, with removal of 88 aircraft.

Norwegian originally ordered 100 A320neo-family jets in June 2012.

The two cancelled A350s were previously assigned to undisclosed customers.

Airbus slightly offset the reductions with a new order for 10 A320neos, as well as a single A330-200 for military tanker conversion, but still ended February with a net order deficit of 81 aircraft.

It delivered a total of 53 aircraft over the first two months of 2021, including two A350s and one A330, 45 A320-family jets and five A220s.

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Source: Airbus

Norwegian ordered 100 A320neo-family jets in 2012