All Orders & deliveries articles – Page 6

  • Condor A330neo-c-Airbus

    Condor takes delivery of first A330neo


    German leisure carrier Condor has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-900, one of 16 which will modernise its fleet. The aircraft – powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines – will replace older types used by the airline. It has been configured with 310 seats in three classes, including 30 ...

  • El Al 787-c-El Al

    El Al offers to take additional 787-9 originally built for another customer


    Israeli flag-carrier El Al has formally put forward an offer to purchase another Boeing 787-9, an aircraft which was originally manufactured for another customer. The airline has 15 787s in its fleet and already intends to take another – a delivery deferred during the pandemic – to complete its original ...

  • A320neo-c-Airbus

    Airbus struggles to repeat previous end-of-year delivery feats


    Airbus’s admission that it will probably miss its commercial aircraft delivery target for this year is an indication of the supply-chain issues and other difficulties encountered by the airframer as it attempts to ramp-up production. The target of 700 aircraft was relatively modest, considering that it was far exceeding 800 ...

  • Air Greenland A330-800 title-c-Airbus

    Air Greenland becomes third A330-800 operator


    Air Greenland has become the third operator of the Airbus A330-800, following delivery of the single example ordered by the airline. The carrier formally received the Rolls-Royce Trent 7000-powered twinjet on 30 November, according to the airframer’s latest delivery figures. Only seven A330-800s – the smaller variant of the A330neo ...

  • A321XLR in assembly line

    Airbus to ‘fall short’ of 2022 deliveries target


    Airbus no longer expects to achieve its target of “around 700” commercial aircraft deliveries for 2022, citing a “complex” operating environment.

  • Embraer E195-E2

    Embraer flags undisclosed order for five E195-E2s


    Embraer has secured a firm order from an undisclosed airline for five E195-E2 regional jets.

  • Croatia Airlines A220-c-Airbus

    Croatia Airlines to operate up to 15 A220s as it places firm order


    Croatia Airlines has formally ordered six Airbus A220-300, and aims to lease a further nine of the type. The carrier is intending to build a fleet of 15 of the twinjets under a modernisation programme. Airbus says the A220s will replace earlier-generation aircraft in the fleet. Croatia Airlines operates a ...

  • Azul Airbus A330-900

    Azul signs for three more A330neos


    Brazilian carrier Azul has ordered a further three Rolls-Royce Trent 7000-powered Airbus A330neos taking its fleet of the widebody twin to eight.

  • Silk Way West 777-8F rendering

    Azerbaijan’s Silk Way West signs for two Boeing 777-8 Freighters


    Azerbaijani cargo carrier Silk Way West Airlines has placed an order for two Boeing 777-8 Freighters and taken options on two more of the type.

  • Boeing 737-8 and 737-10 in Skymark livery

    Skymark set to commit to a dozen Boeing 737 Max jets


    Japanese carrier Skymark Airlines has outlined plans to bring in a dozen Boeing 737 Max jets, including four ordered directly from the manufacturer.

  • A321neo-c-Airbus

    Airbus records strong single-aisle order activity during October


    Airbus recorded a strong month for single-aisle orders during October, including 59 A320neo-family jets for IAG and an agreement for 28 A321neos attributed to an undisclosed customer. Chinese operator Xiamen Airlines booked 25 A320neos and 15 A321neos, while Jet2’s order for 35 A320neos also appeared in the backlog. Air Canada ...

  • A Boeing 737 Max in Alaska Airlines' colours

    Alaska orders 52 more 737 Max, preps to divest remaining Airbus jets


    Alaska Airlines has ordered another 52 Boeing 737 Max jets and secured rights to purchase a further 105, aligning the airline’s future with the narrowbody as it aims to divest its remaining Airbus fleet next year.

  • Air Canada A220-300

    Air Canada orders another 15 Airbus A220s


    Air Canada has ordered another 15 Airbus A220-300s in a deal that brings the Montreal-based carrier’s total orders for the Canadian-built type to 60 jets.

  • Jet2 Airbus-c-Airbus

    Jet2 orders 35 A320neo-family jets in follow-on to A321neo deal


    UK leisure carrier Jet2 has firmed orders for another 35 Airbus A320neo-family jets, with the potential to take up to 71. The airline says the firm order covers deliveries spanning three years to 2031. It values the agreement at $3.9 billion at catalogue prices – but says it has negotiated ...

  • ATR Air Tahiti

    Air Tahiti firms ATR 42-600S commitment and adds further 72-600


    Air Tahiti has signed for an additional an ATR 72-600 and firmed its previous commitment to take two of the manufaturer’s new short take-off and landing (STOL) version of the ATR 42-600 turboprop.

  • Akasa Air 737-8 c Akasa

    Boeing reports improved order, delivery activity in September


    Boeing in September ramped up its aircraft deliveries and logged a solid month of orders, handing over 51 jets, including seven 787s, to customers during the month.

  • A330-900-c-Airbus

    Airbus lists A330neo order from unidentified customer


    Two Airbus A330neo twinjets have been ordered by an unidentified customer, the airframer’s latest backlog figures reveal. The aircraft, both the -900 variant, are among 13 jets added to Airbus’s gross orders during September. Another undisclosed operator ordered four A321neos, while China’s Sichuan Airlines is taking three A321neos and three ...

  • Istanbul air show

    Royal Jordanian signals intent to take Embraer E2 jets


    Royal Jordanian Airlines and Embraer have signed a memorandum of understanding for the carrier to introduce 10 E2-family jets into its fleet “within the coming several years”.

  • SalamAir

    Omani carrier SalamAir places firm order for six E195-E2s


    Omani low-cost carrier SalamAir has placed a firm order for six Embraer E195-E2s with six options, as its seeks to expand its currently all-Airbus fleet.

  • FlyArystan receives new A320neo

    FlyArystan receives new A320neo, outlines fleet ambitions for 2023


    Although parent company Air Astana only launched the Kazakhstani carrier in 2019, FlyArystan has grown rapidly in the post-pandemic market to fly 3.1m passengers in 2021 - almost as many as Air Astana itself. It has now taken delivery of its first new aircraft, one of three new Airbus A320neos ...