All Orders & deliveries articles – Page 11

  • ATR42-600_Alliance_Air

    India’s Alliance Air to add pair of ATR 42s for Himalayan routes


    Indian regional carrier Alliance Air is to acquire a pair of new ATR 42-600s via lessor TrueNoord, adding to the airline’s existing fleet of larger ATR 72 turboprops.

  • Jazeera A320neo-c-Jazeera Airways

    Aviation Capital and Jazeera firm Airbus narrowbody orders


    Aircraft lessor Aviation Capital Group has firmed its tenative commitment for 20 Airbus A220s, while Kuwaiti low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways has finalised its order for 28 A320neo family aircraft.

  • Qatar A350-1000-c-Qatar Airways

    Two A350-1000s dropped from Qatar backlog alongside 50 A321neos


    Two Qatar Airways Airbus A350-1000s have been dropped from the airline’s backlog, the airframer’s latest official figures reveal. Airbus’s backlog for January 2022 shows the number of Qatar A350-1000s on order has fallen from 42 to 40 – leaving total orders for the -1000 from all customers at 162. It ...

  • E190-E2-c-Embraer

    Lessor Azorra signs for 20 Embraer E2 regional jets


    US lessor Azorra has signed for 20 Embraer E2 jets and taken purchase rights on 30 more of the type.

  • Maldivian ATR 42-600-c-ATR

    Maldivian to modernise turboprop fleet with acquisition of ATRs


    Indian Ocean carrier Maldivian is ordering three ATR turboprops, comprising two 72-600s and a 42-600, which are set to be delivered this year. Maldivian’s ATRs will be fitted with the new Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127XT engines, the development of which was unveiled at the Dubai air show last year. ...

  • Air Senegal A220-c-Airbus

    Air Senegal appears to axe direct order for A220s


    Air Senegal appears to have dropped its order for eight Airbus A220-300s, following an agreement to lease a batch. The West African carrier firmed an order for the twinjets two years ago, in January 2020, having unveiled a provisional agreement at the Dubai air show a couple of months earlier. ...

  • Airbus Tianjin-c-Airbus

    Airbus closely watching Chinese outbreaks but no disruption at Tianjin


    Airbus is watching for potential effects of the latest coronavirus variant on its industrial set-up in China, but has not yet seen any disruption to operations at its Tianjin plant. Chief executive Guillaume Faury, speaking during a 10 January briefing, acknowledged that the company was “very closely” monitoring the development ...

  • Air Lease A350-900-c-Airbus

    Turkish Airlines and Air Lease trim passenger A350 orders


    Turkish Airlines and US lessor Air Lease each appear to have trimmed their commitments to the passenger Airbus A350, the airframer’s full-year backlog figures show. The Turkish flag-carrier has cut three A350-900s from its backlog, reducing the number to 20. Air Lease has also dropped a pair of A350-900s as ...

  • A220-300-c-Airbus

    Florida-based lessor Azorra signs for 22 A220s including business-jet version


    US lessor Azorra has signed for 22 Airbus A220s which will include a pair of ACJ TwoTwenty business jet variants. The lessor is to purchase 20 of the larger -300 version of the twinjet. Airbus chief commercial officer Christian Scherer disclosed the agreement during a full-year orders briefing. He says ...

  • Emirates A380 MSN272-c-Airbus

    Airbus exceeds full-year delivery target after handing over 611 aircraft


    Airbus managed to exceed its full-year target of 600 aircraft deliveries, handing over a total of 611 jets last year. The airframer achieved the total after delivering 93 aircraft in December – the highest number of any month in 2021. Among the aircraft transferred last year was the final A380 ...

  • acj twotwenty-c-airbus

    Comlux receives first ACJ TwoTwenty to outfit for Dubai’s Five


    Business aircraft operator Comlux has taken delivery of the first corporate Airbus A220, a version branded as the ACJ TwoTwenty. The executive variant of the A220-100 airframe was unveiled in October 2020, with Comlux identified as the launch customer. Airbus says it has delivered the initial aircraft from its Montreal ...

  • ACG A220-c-Airbus

    Lessor Aviation Capital Group signs for up to 60 Airbus jets


    US-based lessor Aviation Capital Group has signed for up to 60 Airbus single-aisle jets, including reaching a tentative agreement to take 20 A220s. The leasing firm has placed a firm order for 40 A320neo-family aircraft of which five are A321XLRs, the longest-range version of the A321neo. “These highly advanced aircraft ...

  • S7 biofuel-c-S7 Group

    S7 claims Russian first with biofuel-powered A320neo delivery


    Russian carrier S7 Airlines is claiming to be the first in the country to use biofuel, having taken delivery of another Airbus A320neo, which was flown from Toulouse using a blend of sustainable and conventional aviation fuel. The airline received the aircraft on 22 December. Leased from AerCap, the A320neo ...

  • CMA-CGM-A350F_0

    France’s CMA CGM firms order for A350 freighters


    French logistics company CMA CGM Group has firmed its provisional order for four Airbus A350 freighters. The operator had previously agreed a memorandum of understanding for the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-powered aircraft. Airbus says the company has formally firmed the deal for the twinjets. They will add to the CMA CGM ...

  • Emirates last A380-c-Emirates

    Airbus completes A380 deliveries as last jet is handed to Emirates


    Airbus has completed deliveries from the A380 programme, with the final aircraft handed over to Middle Eastern carrier Emirates. The aircraft - MSN272, bearing the registration A6-EVS – brings total deliveries of the type to 251, including 123 for the Dubai-based airline. Emirates is by far the largest customer for ...

  • KLM Airbus A320neo rendering

    Air France-KLM signs for up to 160 A320neos and eight A350 freighters


    Air France-KLM has signed for up to 160 Airbus A320neo-family aircraft, including 100 firm orders, and has become the fourth customer to commit to buying the manufacturer’s new A350 Freighter.

  • Qantas A220-c-Qantas

    Qantas provisionally selects A320neo and A220 to replace Boeing fleet


    Australian carrier Qantas has provisionally selected the Airbus A320neo family and A220-300 as its preferred option to modernise its single-aisle fleet, potentially taking up to 134 aircraft.

  • A350F_Rendering

    SIA orders seven A350 freighters, as 747s exit fleet from 2025


    Singapore Airlines will be the first airline to operate the Airbus A350 freighter, after it committed to seven examples, with a further five options

  • A321neo-c-Airbus

    Orders for A321neo overtake those for A320neo


    Airbus’s A321neo has overtaken its smaller sibling, the A320neo, as the most popular member of the re-engined family following the large order for the variant from Indigo Partners. While the conventional A321 achieved only about a third of the order total of the A320, the A321neo has become the preferred ...

  • JetSmart A321neo-c-Airbus

    Airbus trebles net orders after Indigo Partners’ air show deal for A321neos


    Airbus nearly trebled its net order figure in November, largely as a result of the firm agreement for 255 A321neos from Indigo Partners. The order – spread across Wizz Air, Frontier Airlines, Volaris and JetSmart – lifted the airframer’s net total for this year from 125 to 368 aircraft. ITA ...