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Saturday, 24 June 2017

Airbus Updates No.1627

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 Airbus A321 -211 7707   N322DN Delta Air Lines delivery 21jun17 XFW-KEF-YYR-MSP  ex D-AYAZ
 Airbus A321 -211 7726   B-8992 China Southern delivery 22-23jun17 XFW-TSE-CAN ex D-AVYQ
 Airbus A321 -211 7736   N719FR Frontier Airlines delivery 21jun17 XFW-YYR-TPA "Midnight the Wolf"  ex D-AVYZ
 Airbus A330 -243 293 EI-FSE I-Fly delivery 22jun17 CBG-VKO  ex A6-EKT
 Airbus A330 -243 396   B- Hongkong Airlines  ferried 22jun17 XMN-DUB, OE-reg for paint prior delivery  ex OE-IEG
 Airbus A330 -243 452   B- Hongkong Airlines at DUB 19jun17, OE-reg after paint prior delivery  ex OE-IFL
 Airbus A330 -243 597   F-HXXL XL Airways France first in svc 22-23jun17 CDG-LAX-CDG  ex EC-LMN
 Airbus A330 -343 1012   9V-STG Singapore Airlines ferried 24jun17 SIN-FCO, for TAP Portugal as CS-TOW  ex F-WWKA
 Airbus A330 -243 1782   B-8982 Capital Airlines delivery 21jun17 TLS-TSN ex F-WWCM
 Airbus A340 -313 399   EC-MQM Plus Ultra Líneas Aeréas  delivery 21jun17 LDE-MAD, Air France cs, no titl  ex F-GNII
 Airbus A340 -313 433   B-18806 China Airlines ferried 14jun17 TPE-VCV for storage ex F-WWJS
 Airbus A350 -941 116   9V-SMO Singapore Airlines delivery 17jun17 TLS-SIN

Airbus Updates No.1626

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 Airbus A210 -271N 7477   B-8965 China Southern delivery 23-24jun17 TLS-TSE-CAN-SZX  ex F-WWBM
 Airbus A319 -132 4227   OE-LYZ Eurowings Europe  delivery 21jun17 DUS-VIE on transfer  ex D-AGWP
 Airbus A320 -211 117   D-AIPT germanwings ferried 21jun17 CGN-LETL for storage ex F-WWIL
 Airbus A320 -233 561   HI-968 Dominican Wings ferried 19-21jun17 SDQ-YHZ-KEF-BUD ex LY-VEP
 Airbus A320 -233 874   RP-C8996 Philippines AirAsia  ferried 16-18jun17 CRK-UTP-DWC-CAI-LDE on return to lessor  ex N593SH
 Airbus A320 -214 1210   N232NV Allegiant Air delivery 21jun17 OSR-KEF ex EC-LVB
 Airbus A320 -233 2044   EI-GCC Ernest Airways  ferried 19jun17 LFBF-LDE after paint prior delivery  ex PR-MBL
 Airbus A320 -232 2193   VP-BWY Red Wings delivery 21jun17 SNN-DME ex N672AW
 Airbus A320 -232 2571   VQ-BWZ Yamal Airlines delivery 20jun17 WOE-DME ex TC-OBN
 Airbus A320 -214 3931   HK-5223 Viva Colombia air-test at SAW 21jun17, TC-reg prior delivery ex TC-JPV
 Airbus A320 -214 4815   VT- AirAsia India air-test at SJO 07jun17, CC-reg prior delivery ex CC-BAP
 Airbus A320 -231 6693   B-MCG Air Macau delivery 19 jun17 CRK-MFM ex 2-ISBB
 Airbus A320 -214 7630   B-8987 Chongqing Airlines delivery 19jun17 TSN-CAN ex B-000U
 Airbus A320 -214 7653   VP-BFH Aeroflot delivery 24jun17 TLS-SVO ex F-WWBN
 Airbus A320 -214 7701   JA819P Peach Air delivery 22-23jun17 TLS-DWC-UTP-KIX  ex F-WWDG
 Airbus A320 -214 7718   HZ-AS58 Saudi Arabian Airlines delivery 20jun17 TLS-JED ex F-WWTQ
 Airbus A320 -214 7730   G-EZRH easyJet delivery 20jun17 XFW-LTN ex D-AXAQ
 Airbus A320 -214 7762    G-EZRJ easyJet delivery 22jun17 XFW-LTN ex D-AXAR
 Airbus A321 -231 835   TC-OBJ Onur Air in svc 23jun17 IST-ADB-IST after storage since 15jan17  ex N835AG
 Airbus A321 -253N 7694   TF-SKY Wow Air delivery 21jun17 XFW-LBG-TLS

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Airbus Updates No.1625

Cebu Pacific orders more A321s


Seven A321ceo to meet growth on domestic and regional services

7 JUNE 2017 PRESS RELEASE
Cebu Pacific of the Philippines has placed an order with Airbus for seven A321ceo to meet ongoing strong growth on its domestic and regional network. The latest contract comes on top of an existing order for 32 A321neo. The aircraft will start joining the carrier’s fleet next year.
“We are very excited about adding the A321 to our fleet,” said Lance Gokongwei, Cebu Pacific President and CEO. “The aircraft will enable us to increase capacity on popular routes, while at the same time benefiting from the lowest operating costs in this size category. This will mean more low fares for more customers flying across our domestic and regional network.”
"We are pleased to sign this additional order with one of the most successful airlines in the Asian region,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “With the A321 Cebu Pacific will be able to respond to growing demand with the highest levels of efficiency. Carrying more passengers further, and at lower cost, the A321 is the perfect solution to meet the requirements of airlines worldwide in the middle of the market segment.”
Manila-based Cebu Pacific is one of Asia’s leading low cost carriers. Operating domestic, regional and long haul services, the carrier flies to over 60 destinations in Asia, Australia, the Middle East and the USA. The carrier’s in-service Airbus fleet currently comprises 36 A320s and four A319s flying on domestic and regional services, plus eight widebody A330-300s operating on high capacity regional and long haul routes.
The A320 Family is the world’s best-selling single aisle product line. To date, the Family has won over 13,000 orders and more than 7,500 aircraft have been delivered to some 400 customers and operators worldwide. With one aircraft in four sizes (A318, A319, A320 and A321), the A320 Family seats from 100 to 240 passengers. The Family features the widest cabin in the single aisle market with 18” wide seats in Economy as standard.

Airbus Updates No.1624

… / Corporate information / Orders & Deliveries

ORDERS & DELIVERIES

A300
A310
816
A32013,111
A330
A340
A350 XWB
2,911
A380317
Orders as of 31 May 201717,155

THE MONTH IN REVIEW: MAY 2017

Key bookings for A350 XWB and A320 Family jetliners brought Airbus’ order volume in May to 59 aircraft; while a total of 60 deliveries were made from across the company’s product range, involving the A320 Family, A330, A350 XWB and A380.
China Southern Airlines ordered 20 A350 XWBs in the A350-900 version, becoming the 45th customer for this widebody jetliner – which brings unrivalled levels of operational efficiency and significantly lower maintenance costs for operators, along with superior levels of comfort and well-being for passengers.
The best-selling A320 Family increased its order volume in May with 30 A321ceo (Current Engine Option) aircraft ordered by U.S.-based Delta Air Lines. Completing the month’s transactions were five A320ceo and four A320neo (New Engine Option) jetliners acquired by an undisclosed customer.
Taking conversions and cancellations into account, the new business in May brought Airbus’ net orders to 73 aircraft for the first five months of 2017.
Deliveries during May involved 46 A320 Family aircraft (including 12 A320/A321neo versions), along with six A330-200/A330-300s, five A350-900s and three A380s.
With the latest orders and deliveries activity, Airbus’ overall backlog of jetliners to be delivered stood at 6,705 at month’s end, representing approximately eight years of production.

ORDERS & DELIVERIES VIEWER

Review the worldwide Airbus commercial results using the table below. 
In addition to orders, deliveries and aircraft in operations, this table shows Airbus' backlog, which is the number of jetliners on firm order that remain to be delivered. 
For a full listing, utilise the link underneath the summary table to download the latest Excel file – which is updated monthly and lists all firm commercial aircraft transactions, including the family of Airbus executive and private aviation jetliners. 
A300/A310Single aisleA330/A340/A350A380Total
Total orders81613111291131717155
Total deliveries8167610181121310450
Backlog0550111001046705
Aircraft in operation337727916912139520
Summary to 31 May 2017

Airbus Updates No.1623

Airbus plans major presence at Paris Air Show 2017


• Experience the first public flying appearance of the A321neo and A350-1000;
• Journey into the future in 3D at the Airbus Digital Exhibition centre;
• Virtually fly an A400M or interactively explore an “Airspace” cabin in 3D.

2 JUNE 2017 PRESS RELEASE
At the Paris Air Show, which runs from 19th to 25th June 2017, Airbus will showcase its wide range of innovative technologies, products and services, from market-leading commercial and military aircraft to helicopters and space systems. In addition, there will be a new Digital Exhibition zone at the Airbus pavilion (located at the end of Chalet Row A), where traditional mock-ups give way to the latest digital immersive and interactive display technologies to convey an improved experience of Airbus’ products and services, in life-like virtual reality scenarios. 
In the static display areas, visitors will see a plethora of Airbus’ real operational and development aircraft. Notably, this year’s show will mark the first time that Airbus publicly showcases in a flying display the A321neo (now entering airline service) and also the latest member of the A350 XWB family – the A350-1000 – which is currently well into its certification flight-testing phase. The A380 will also feature in both the static and flying displays.
Meanwhile Airbus Defence and Space’s exhibits will include the A400M, the C295 and the Eurofighter Typhoon. At the other end of the size scale, but every bit as cutting-edge, will be a collection of unmanned air systems including the “Harfang”, the DVF 2000 VT Aliaca, the DVF 2000 ER Arrano, and the Quadcruiser. In the space perimeter will be a comprehensive portfolio of satellites, highlighting recent successes such as the first all-electric satellite in the three-tonne class, EUTELSAT 172B, or PerúSAT-1, which was delivered in only 24 months and hence set a new benchmark in terms of delivery time. Guests to the Airbus pavilion will also have the opportunity to experience a virtual reality visit to the International Space Station ISS, and see how with ‘Space Tug’, Airbus is getting ready to revolutionise the space business through ‘on-orbit’ services. 
Airbus Helicopters’ line-up on the static display includes the H130, the H135 equipped with the Helionix digital avionics suit, the H145M fitted out with HForce and a Tiger helicopter from the French army which will also perform flight demos during the show. Show-goers will be able to discover at first-hand Airbus Helicopters’ innovative solutions for preparing the future of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) with a mock-up of its new high-speed demonstrator at the Clean Sky booth. The future of unmanned flight is a key element in development with, on the military side, the VSR700 mock-up on the static display, and on the civil side a mock-up of CityAirbus, the “urban air mobility” solution for congested cities, at the Paris Air Lab booth. 
As well as exploring all this latest hardware ‘up close’, or from afar as they perform their impressive air displays, visitors to our new “Digital Exhibition” concept area will be able to interactively immerse themselves in the fine details of every facet in Airbus’ group-wide activities – spanning not only Commercial Aircraft, Defence and Space, Helicopters, Services, but also other areas such as future research, the extended innovation ecosystem, electrification, “urban air mobility”, the Airbus Foundation as well as strengths in our workforce diversity. Moreover, with special VR headsets, guests will be able to fly-through the International Space Station, experience a H175 helicopter search-and-rescue mission, sit inside the cockpit of an A400M as it takes off from rough terrain, or explore the latest “Airspace” cabin interior innovations. In addition to hosting these immersive VR scenarios, the Exhibition will also feature a unique “HoloLens” zone which projects dynamic 3D holographic models – such as the ‘ExoMars’ Rover traversing a Martian landscape. 
Airbus, which plans to recruit nearly 3,000 people in 2017, will be present throughout the week at the “Avion des Métiers” and “Forum Emploi Formation” areas dedicated to careers, training and employment in the aerospace industry. Airbus will also demonstrate its commitment to diversity and inclusion in the industry through meetings and conferences. In addition, the company will formalise several partnerships with research centres, schools and universities to ensure that in the coming years, industrial and academic requirements converge, and provide the skills which it needs to continuously innovate.



Friday, 26 May 2017

Airbus Updates No.1622

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 Airbus A330 -343 1790   HZ-AQ25 Saudi Arabian Airlines delivery 25may17 TLS-JED ex F-WWCK
 Airbus A340 -642 736   G-VWIN Virgin Atlantic  ferried 23may17 LDE-LHR after interim storage on return to svc  ex F-WWCL
 Airbus A350 -941 105   B-18907 China Airlines delivery 24may17 TLS-TPE ex F-WZFP
 Airbus A380 -861 237   A6-APJ Etihad Airways delivery 25may17 XFW-AUH

Airbus Updates No.1621

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 Airbus A318 -112 4039   G-EUNB British Airways ferried 26may17 SNN-LHR after paint into all white, for Titan Airways ex D-AUAF
 Airbus A319 -133 4403   N535NK Spirit Airlines posn 24may17 TPA-BWI (+ 4422 N536NK 23may17) ex EI-FVC
 Airbus A320 -212 427   SX-ABX Olympus Airways ferried 25may17 ATH-IEV on wet-lease to Dart Airlines  ex 2-TGXE
 Airbus A320 -211 726   EK-32002 Atlantis European Airways  delivery 26may17 VIN-KIV, no titl, basic YanAir cs prior wet-lease to Fly One ex UR-YAD
 Airbus A320 -232 2193   VP- SmartAvia (Nordavia) delivery 24-25may17 SAL-YQX-SNN, N-reg ex N672AW
 Airbus A320 -232 2844   LZ-BHG BH Air ferried 24may17 SGN-KHI-SOF after wet-lease to VietJetAir  ex VT-INA
 Airbus A320 -214 4641   VT-CCU AirAsia India posn / in svc 24-25may16 HYD-BLR-GAU ex N209FR
 Airbus A320 -214 6080   9K- Wataniya Airways air-test at SHJ 22may17, A6-reg reg prior delivery (+ 6166 23may17 ex A6-ANZ) ex A6-ANY
 Airbus A320 -214 7569   B-8986 Qingdao Airlines delivery 23may17 TSN-TAO ex B-000H
 Airbus A320 -251N 7587   PK-GTD Citilink Express delivery 24-25may17 TLS-DWC-CMB-CGK ex F-WWDU
 Airbus A320 -251N 7591   HS-CBB Thai AirAsia delivery 25-26may17 TLS-DWC-DMK  ex F-WWDC
 Airbus A320 -251N 7603   PK-GTE Citilink Express delivery 26-27may17 TLS-DWC-CMB-CGK  ex F-WWBB
 Airbus A320 -251N 7606   VT-TNB Vistara delivery 24may17 TLS-DEL ex F-WWBJ
 Airbus A320 -214 7670   B-8592 Spring Airlines delivery 24-25may17 TLS-TSE-TSN ex F-WWBF
 Airbus A320 -214 7673   PK-LUV Batik Air delivery 24-25may17 TLS-AZI-KUL-SIN  ex F-WWBS
 Airbus A321 -112 765   UR-COJ YanAir ferried 23may17 KIV-VIN after wet-lease to Air Moldova ex XY-AGN
 Airbus A321 -231 7692   N981JT jetBlue delivery 26may17 XFW-JFK-LCQ  ex D-AYAB
 Airbus A330 -223 802   D-ABXG Air Berlin for delivery 27may17 AUH-SXF ex EC-MKT
 Airbus A330 -243 1775   B-8981 Capital Airlines delivery 25may17 TLS-TSN ex F-WWKJ
 Airbus A330 -343 1788   B-8968 China Eastern delivery 26may17 TLS-PVG

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Airbus Updates No.1620


ORDERS & DELIVERIES

A300
A310
816
A32013,081
A330
A340
A350 XWB
2,891
A380317
Orders as of 30 April 201717,105

THE MONTH IN REVIEW: APRIL 2017

Airbus booked orders for 25 jetliners from its A320, A330 and A350 XWB families during April, while the month’s 46 deliveries involved aircraft in the same three product lines.
Leading the new business were bookings for a total of 14 A320-series single-aisle aircraft, composed of three A320ceo and two A320neo versions for China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited, four A319ceo aircraft for an undisclosed customer, three A320ceo jetliners for AirAsia, and two A321neo versions for Nile Air.
Order totals for the twin-aisle A350 XWB increased with an undisclosed customer’s acquisition of 10 A350-900s. An A330-200 was ordered by Iberia to further increase this carrier’s inventory of Airbus-built widebody jetliners.
Taking conversions and cancellations into account, the April transactions brought Airbus’ net orders for the first four months of 2017 to 23 aircraft.
Deliveries in April involved 36 A320 Family aircraft (including 10 A320neo/A321neo versions), six A330s in the -200 and -300 configurations, and four A350-900s. This raised total 2017 deliveries to 182 jetliners as of 30 April, and included the first-ever A321neo – which was provided to Virgin America. Also during the month, Asiana Airlines took delivery of its initial A350-900, becoming the 12th airline to introduce the new, highly efficient aircraft into its fleet.
Based on the latest orders and deliveries activity, Airbus’ overall backlog of jetliners to be delivered stood at 6,715 at month’s end, representing approximately 8 years of production. The grand total of orders booked by Airbus since its creation reached 17,105, while cumulative deliveries stood at 10,390 aircraft through 30 April.

ORDERS & DELIVERIES VIEWER

Review the worldwide Airbus commercial results using the table below. 
In addition to orders, deliveries and aircraft in operations, this table shows Airbus' backlog, which is the number of jetliners on firm order that remain to be delivered. 
For a full listing, utilise the link underneath the summary table to download the latest Excel file – which is updated monthly and lists all firm commercial aircraft transactions, including the family of Airbus executive and private aviation jetliners. 
A300/A310Single aisleA330/A340/A350A380Total
Total orders81613081289131717105
Total deliveries8167564180021010390
Backlog0551710911076715
Aircraft in operation337723616812109464
Summary to 30 April 2017