Airliner net orders came in at 134 for November with no cancellations and another ten swaps.

The largest order of the month came from Chinese investment holding company AVIC International with 100 Comac ARJ21s. The agreement took place at the Zhuhai Air Show. In the United States, Hawaiian Airlines ordered six Airbus A330s. Kuwaiti lessor Alafco sold eight Boeing 787-9s to Jeddah-based Saudi Arabian Airlines while Mexican low-cost airline Volaris swapped two Airbus A319s for the A320 variant.

As mentioned, Comac totalled 100 new orders in December while Airbus, Boeing and Embraer received 19, nine and six respectively.

Narrowbody orders totalled 19 with 11 A320 family aircraft and eight Boeing 737s. Widebody orders included eight A330s and a single Boeing 777. Regional aircraft orders were for the 100 ARJ21s and six Embraer 190s.

Overall, the order backlog for airliners ended November at 7,817, up 44 on the previous month.

This article was put together by Flightglobal Insight using the ACAS database.

Note: The analysis is for passenger, freighter, combi and quick change aircraft.

Airliner current market view – net orders

Net orders-Jan 2011

Source: Flightglobal's ACAS fleet database

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