Airlines in the Asia-Pacific took delivery of 35 of the 110 commercial airliners delivered globally in June 2019, followed North American airlines with 25 and European airlines with 25.
Asia-Pacific deliveries were down 17 aircraft from 52 in May, and sharply down from 69 in June 2018, according to Cirium's Fleets Analyzer.
Among Asia-Pacific countries, China led with 13 deliveries, followed by Japanese carriers with five. Airlines in Singapore and India took four new aircraft each.
All data: Cirium's Fleets Analyzer
Five airlines in the region had three deliveries each: Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, IndiGo, and Singapore Airlines.
Air China took three Airbus A320neos while China Eastern took one A320neo, one A350-900, and a Boeing 737-800. China Southern took delivery of one A320neo, one A350-900, and a 787-9.
IndiGo took a trio of A320neos, and Singapore Airlines two A350-900s and a Boeing 787-10.
Among the two big airframers, Boeing led Asia-Pacific widebody deliveries, while Airbus led narrowbody deliveries.
Boeing delivered eight 787 family jets and a pair of 777-300ERs against Airbus's six A350-900 deliveries.
In the narrowbody segment, the delivery stoppage owing to the 737 Max grounding meant that Boeing delivered just two 737-800s in June, compared with Airbus's deliveries of 12 A320neos.
Lessors had a subdued month, with involvement in 12 of the region's 35 deliveries.
ICBC led with involvement in three deliveries; one A320neo each to Chongqing Airlines and GoAir, and an A350-900 to Asiana Airlines.
BOC Aviation and China Aircraft Leasing followed with two deliveries each. BOC was involved in a A320neos that went to Qingdao Airlines and Skymark Airlines, while CALC was involved with two of Air China's A320neo deliveries.
Of six new maindeck freighters delivered in June, one went to an Asia-Pacific carrier, with Air Japan, the cargo unit of All Nippon Airways, taking a single 777F.