All Orders & Deliveries news – Page 17

  • SkyWestE175

    SkyWest orders 20 E175s


    The parent company of US regional operator SkyWest Airlines has ordered 20 Embraer E175 jets, with deliveries expected to commence in the second half of the year. The deal is valued at $972 million, and is already included in Embraer’s 2019 fourth-quarter backlog, the airframer states in a media ...

  • A220

    Airbus talks up A220’s regional credentials as NAC firms order


    Nordic Aviation Capital has firmed up its order for 20 Airbus A220-300s, prompting the manufacturer to highlight the aircraft’s relevance in the regional aviation market. Regional aircraft lessor NAC had signed a memorandum of understanding for 20 A220s in June 2019. Airbus chief commercial officer Christian Scherer states ...

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    Airbus wins the contest that never was


    What’s wrong with a duopoly? Well, when one of the two protagonists drops out, it turns into a monopoly.

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    China Aircraft Leasing orders 40 A320neos


    China Aircraft Leasing has placed an order for 40 Airbus A321neos. The lessor states in a stock exchange disclosure that the aircraft will be delivered in stages up to 2026. Chief executive, Mike Poon says: “We see enormous market appetite for this single-aisle aircraft with lower operational cost, ...

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    Airliner deliveries soar to 13,000 aircraft through 2010s


    Shipments rise through 10-year period but Boeing 737 Max crisis dampens decade-end peformance

  • Bamboo 787-9

    CALC receives two 787s converted from 737 Max orders


    China Aircraft Leasing has received two Boeing 787s, converted from earlier orders for 737 Max aircraft. The lessor says these are the first widebody aircraft in its orderbook. They were delivered to an Asian airline last month and this month, in line with earlier expectations that these would arrive ...

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    In depth

    Max effect drags down overall sales and deliveries in 2019


    Boeing’s pain across both orders and production significantly impacts overall metrics in the mainline airliner sector 

  • A320 production

    Airbus still burdened by end-of-year delivery rush


    Airbus deliveries for the final month of last year indicate that the airframer has yet to restore the smooth production rates it achieved in the first half of the decade. While December has typically been relatively busy in terms of Airbus output, it managed to keep the proportion of ...

  • Malmo Aviation CSeries (A220)

    BRA axes A220 order but plans E190 wet-lease


    Scandinavian carrier Braathens Regional Airlines has axed a long-standing order for Airbus A220s, and plans to wet-lease Embraer 190s for regional jet operations. BRA evolved from the merger of Malmo Aviation with other carrier operations and inherited the order for 10 Bombardier CSeries jets originally placed by Malmo in ...

  • A350-900

    Hong Kong Airlines and Synergy among 33 A350 cancellations


    Airbus has revealed cancellations for 33 A350s, all the -900 variant, in its end-of-year backlog revision. Analysis of the airframer’s figures indicate eight aircraft have been struck from Hong Kong Airlines, whose A350 commitment has fallen from 13 to five – three of which have already been delivered. ...

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    Airbus reveals order for 40 A330neos


    Airbus has revealed an order for 40 A330neo jets was placed in the last month of 2019, helping to lift the re-engined type’s net total for the year. The order, placed on 23 December, is attributed to an unidentified customer. Airbus’s full-year backlog data shows that the agreement ...

  • A330neo - Airbus

    Airbus achieves 768 net orders, 863 deliveries, for 2019


    Airbus has disclosed that it took 768 net orders last year and delivered a total of 863 aircraft, up on the previous year’s 800. The deliveries included 112 A350s – of which 25 were the larger -1000 variant – plus 53 A330s and eight A380s. It says the ...

  • BOC Aviation A321 neo

    BOC Aviation orders 18 A320neos


    BOC Aviation has placed an order for 18 Airbus A320neo family aircraft, scheduled for delivery in 2022 and 2023.

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    SMBC places A321neo with Air Busan


    SMBC Aviation Capital has placed one A321neo with South Korean low-cost carrier Air Busan. The aircraft comes from the lessor’s orderbook and will be powered by CFM International Leap engines. It is scheduled for delivery in February 2021. Cirium fleets data shows that SMBC has 35 A321neos in ...

  • Air Macau A321neo

    Air Macau receives first A321neo


    Air Macau enters the A321neo club with an Air Lease delivery. 

  • Southwest 737 Max grounded

    Southwest and Boeing agree to terms on damages from Max grounding


    Boeing has agreed to compensate Southwest Airlines for a portion of projected financial damages from the grounding of the global 737 Max fleet, the Dallas-based airline discloses 12 December.

  • Emirates 777X

    Emirates retains 777-8s in revised 777X order


    Emirates has explained that 11 of its Boeing 777X orders are subject to reconfirmation, following a revision of Boeing’s figures for the Middle Eastern carrier’s 777X commitments. The Dubai-based carrier had already cut its original order for 150 777Xs – comprising 115 777-9s and 35 777-8s – by 24 ...

  • AF A350

    Air France orders more A350s to replace A380 fleet


    Air France-KLM Group is ordering another 10 Airbus A350-900s, which will be used to replace the company’s Airbus A380 fleet. The aircraft are set to be operated by Air France, which is phasing out its A380s by the end of 2022. Air France-KLM says the decision is in line ...

  • Ryanair 737 tails

    Ryanair passengers ‘will not know if 737 Max is due to operate flight’


    Ryanair’s aircraft allocation procedures mean passengers will not be told during the booking process whether or not their flights are due to be operated by Boeing 737 Max jets, according to group chief executive Michael O’Leary.

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    Congo Airways orders two Embraer 175s


    Embraer has disclosed a firm order from Congo Airways for two E175s. The African carrier has also taken options on a further two of the jets, says Embraer, which puts the list-price value of the four-unit deal at $194.4 million.