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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

Airbus Updates No.1619

Letztes Update / last update: May 17, 2017
 

Aircraft TypeSeriesc/ns/nRegistrationAirlineRemarksex Registration
 Airbus A330 -243 597   F- XL Airways France for delivery late-may17 ex MLA after recent paint at MAN ex EC-LMN
 Airbus A330 -223 802   D-ABXG Air Berlin delivery 17may17 AUH-SXF ex EC-MKT
 Airbus A330 -223 968   D-ABXE Air Berlin delivery 16may17 AUH-SXF ex OE-IET
 Airbus A330 -243 1555   G-VYGL Air Tanker posn 16may17 BZZ-BHX-MAN on wet-lease to Jet2 with titl  ex ZZ341
 Airbus A330 -202 1777   EC-MOU Level posn 14may17 MAN-BCN after paint ex F-WWYD
 Airbus A330 -202 1784   EC-MOY Level ferried 13may17MAD-MAN for paint ex F-WWYY
 Airbus A340 -313 236   9H-JAI HiFly Malta acc flt at LETL 17may17, EI-reg ex EI-GAD
 Airbus A350 -941 48   A7-AMD Qatar Airways Latam cs, first in svc 14may17 DOH-MUC-DOH ex PR-XTE
 Airbus A380 -842 229  A6-EUQ Emirates

Airbus Updates No.1618

Aircraft TypeSeriesc/ns/nRegistrationAirlineRemarksex Registration
 Airbus A319 -111 2258   EI-FXP Volotea delivery 16may17 OSR-NTE ex N932FR
 Airbus A319 -112 3872   OE-IEC Ames Camo ferried 12-13may17 MIR-MST-WOE, basic Syphax cs  ex TS-IEG
 Airbus A320 -214 936   YL-LCK smartLynx Airlines  ferried 12may17 LGW-RIX after wet-lease to easyJet ex OE-IBU
 Airbus A320 -232 1215   PR-MBP Latam Brasil ferried 12may17 QSC-GIG after storage ex G-TTOA
 Airbus A320 -232 1561   SU-TCF Almasria Universal Airlines  ferried 01may17 TUN-CAI after wet-lease to Tunisair / on wet-lease to FlyEgypt since 06may17 ex 9V-SLE
 Airbus A320 -214 1578   HK-5164 Viva Colombia posn 08may17 BOG-LIM on wet-lease to Viva Airlines Perú  ex VQ-BBM
 Airbus A320 -214 1762   YL-LCU smartLynx Airlines posn 12may17 ZRH-LGW on wet-lease to easyJet  ex HB-IJX
 Airbus A320 -214 3063   VT-GOT GoAir ferried 15may17 MRV-OSR, VP-reg for paint prior delivery  ex VP-BRX
 Airbus A320 -214 3422   HB-IOQ Belair Airlines ferried 14may17 ZRH-MUC on transfer to Air Berlin  ex D-aBDT
 Airbus A320 -214 4641   VT- AirAsia India delivery 12-13may17 TPA-PSM-KEF-CAI-HYD, N-reg  ex N209FR
 Airbus A320 -214 4974  PR-MYO Latam Brasil ferried 13-15may17 GIG-SID-MLA-AUH, TAM cs prior delivery to?  ex D-AVVK
 Airbus A320 -251N 7514   PR-OBI Avianca Brazil delivery 16-17may17 TLS-SID-POA  ex F-WWIZ
 Airbus A320 -214 7556   B-8581 Spring Airlines delivery 12may17 TSN-PVG ex B-000E
 Airbus A320 -214 7664   N246NV Allegiant Air delivery 16may17 TLS-BGR-SFB ex F-WWDZ
 Airbus A320 -214 7687   G-EZRF easyJet delivery 15may17 XFW-LTN ex D-AXAF
 Airbus A321 -212 827   LY-VEE Avion Express delivery / posn 11may17 MPL-MAD-STR, Thomas Cook cs  ex F-WTDW
 Airbus A321 -231 7316   HA-LXJ Wizz Air ferried 12may17 MST-BUD after paint into standard cs  ex D-AVYO
 Airbus A321 -211 7650   TF-WIN Wow Air onward delivery 17may17 TLS-KEF ex D-AVYJ
 Airbus A330 -243 372   CS-TOT TAP Portugal  ferried 15may17 LIS-CNF after lease from Azul Linhas Aéreas  ex PR-AIX
 Airbus A330 -243 536   C-GUBD Air Transat regd 12may17, delivery 13may17 LDE-YUL ex F-WTBF

Monday, 8 May 2017

Airbus Updates No.1617

Remarksex Registration
 Airbus A330 -203 655   VQ-BMI Vim Avia seen regd at HKG 07may17 prior delivery  ex B-16308
 Airbus A330 -202 932   TC-JIN Turkish Airlines ferried 07may17 AYT-IST after storage ex VT-JWN
 Airbus A330 -223 1213   TC-JIV Turkish Airlines ferried 07may17 AYT-SAW after storage  ex PT-MVU
 Airbus A330 -202 1777   EC-MOU Level ferried 07may17 MAD-MAN, basic Iberia cs, for paint  ex F-WWYD
 Airbus A330 -202 1784   EC-MOY Iberia delivery 05may17 TLS-MAD, basic cs, for Level  ex F-WWYY
 Airbus A340 -131 154   HB-JMM Swiss International ferried 08may17 ZRH-DGX, basic cs for part-out & scrap  ex C-FYKZ
 Airbus A340 -313 278   YA-KMT Kam Air ferried 04may17 DYU-CAI for paint ex N278AT
 Airbus A350 -941 99   9V-SMM Singapore Airlines delivery 05may17 TLS-SIN ex F-WZFU
 Airbus A380 -861 197   A7-APH Qatar Airways delivery 05may17 TLS-DOH

Airbus Updates No.1616


Remarksex Registration
 Airbus A300 -605R(F) 626   XA-GGL AeroUnion first in svc 05may17 MEX-LAX-MEX ex ER-JIL
 Airbus A319 -111 3084   N309NV Allegiant Air onward delivery 07may17 SEN-BGR-OKC after paint ex G-EZBP
 Airbus A319 -112 3892   OK-OER CSA Czech Airlines  ferried 03may17 JED-PRG after wet-lease to Saudi Arabian Airlines (+ 4258 OK-PET 02may17) ex D-AVWK
 Airbus A320 -211 229   EK-32008 Atlantis European Airways  ferried 01/04may17 KIV-VIN-KIV during wet-lease to Fly One  ex N229AN
 Airbus A320 -231 296   LZ-LAC Bulgarian Air Charter ferried 07may17 BTS-SOF after paint ex XB-OQT
 Airbus A320 -212 466  UR-CII Dart Airlines ferried 01/04may17 IEV-KIV-IEV on wet-lease to Fly One  ex 2-SRCB
 Airbus A320 -232 1823   YL-LCP smartLynx Airlines  ferried 30apr17 CDG-LGW on summer-lease to Monarch ex EI-EZS
 Airbus A320 -232 2571   VQ-BWZ Yamal Airlines at WOE 04may17 in full cs, TC-reg prior delivery (+ 2688 VQ-BZS ex TC-OBO), allocations tbc ex TC-OBN
 Airbus A320 -232 3259   5B- CobaltAir delivery 06may17 IST-RHO-LCA, OE-reg ex OE-IFM
 Airbus A320 -214 3789   EI-GAL Aer Lingus delivery 05may17 OSR-DUB ex VQ-BAZ
 Airbus A320 -214 4896   CC-BAS  Latam Chile ferried 05-06may17 MEX-GYE-SCL after paint  ex F-WWBO
 Airbus A320 -214 7542   B-8983 Zhejiang Loong Airlines  delivery 08may17 TSN-HGH ex B-000V
 Airbus A320 -214 7659   PK-LUU Batik Air delivery 06-07may17 TLS-AZI-KUL-SIN  ex F-WWIB
 Airbus A321 -112 765   UR-COJ YanAir ferried 04-05may17 NBO-RKT-VIN , UR-reg after wet-lease to Jubba Airways Kenya  ex XY-AGN
 Airbus A321 -111 535**   5Y-JZW Jubba Airways Kenya first in svc 30apr-03may17 NBO-MGQ-HGA-DXB vv  ex SX-ABD
 Airbus A321 -231 7316   HA-LXJ Wizz Air ferried 08may17 BUD-MST for paint into standard cs  ex D-AVYO
 Airbus A321 -231 7375   VP-BSY Ural Airlines at SNN 05may17 prior delivery ex EI-FXT
 Airbus A321 -231 7647   HA-LXR Wizz Air delivery 06may17 XFW-BUD ex D-AVYI
 Airbus A321 -231 7661   OH-LZP Finnair delivery 08may17 XFW-HEL ex D-AVYN
 Airbus A330 -243 525   OE-IER Ames Camo ferried 05-06may17 XMN-ANC-MZJ ex A6-EAP

Monday, 1 May 2017

Airbus Updates No.1615

CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES ORDERS 20 AIRBUS A350-900 AIRCRAFT

China Southern Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 A350-900s, becoming the latest customer for the aircraft. 
China Southern Airlines now operates one of the largest Airbus fleet in the world with more than 300 Airbus aircraft in service, comprising the A320 Family, the A330 Family and five A380s. 
Tan Wangeng, President of China Southern Airlines said: “With its very long range capability, economic fuel consumption and spacious cabin, the A350 XWB is the ideal choice for our international long haul routes. The introduction of the A350 XWB will help to strengthen our position as one of the world’s leading international carriers.” 
“We are proud to welcome China Southern Airlines as the latest airline to select the A350 XWB,” said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers, Airbus Commercial Aircraft. “The unrivalled operational performance, fuel efficiency and cabin comfort of the A350 XWB will give China Southern Airlines a competitive edge on its international network.” 
The A350 XWB features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fiber fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce engines. Together, these latest technologies translate into unrivalled levels of operational efficiency, with a 25 percent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs. The spaciousness, quietness, beautiful interior and mood lighting in the cabin contribute to superior levels of comfort and well-being, setting new standards in terms of in-flight experience for all passengers. 
With this latest order, Airbus has recorded a total of 841 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 45 customers worldwide, making it one of the most successful widebody aircraft ever.

Airbus Updates No.1614

WOW AIR TAKES DELIVERY OF ITS FIRST AIRBUS A320neo

The Iceland-based airline to strengthen its all Airbus fleet

26 APRIL 2017 PRESS RELEASE
WOW air the low-fare airline based in Iceland has taken delivery of its first A320neo on lease from  Air Lease Corporation. WOW air is an all Airbus operator with 12 aircraft in its fleet to date.
WOW air selected the A320neo for its low operating costs and excellent fuel efficiency. The aircraft will feature a single-class cabin layout with 180 seats. The airline has chosen CFM engines to power the aircraft that will operate throughout Europe.
The A320neo Family is the world’s best-selling single aisle product line with over 5,000 orders received from over 90 customers, capturing almost 60 percent share of the market. The A320neo Family incorporates latest technologies including new generation engines and Sharklet wing tip devices, which together deliver more than 15 percent in fuel savings from day one and 20 percent by 2020.

Airbus Updates No.1613


Asiana Airlines takes delivery of its first A350 XWB

ASIANA AIRLINES TAKes DELIVERY OF ITS FIRST A350XWB


24th April 2017, Toulouse - Asiana Airlines of South Korea has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the 12th airline to operate the world’s newest and most efficient twin engine widebody airliner.

Asiana’s A350-900 is configured with a three class layout with a total of 311 seats, comprising 28 in Business Smartium, convertible to fully flat beds, 36 in Economy Smartium and 247 in the main cabin.

Altogether Asiana has ordered 30 A350s and will initially operate the aircraft on flights within Asia. From the third quarter of 2017, the carrier will deploy the aircraft on premier long haul routes to Europe and the US, beginning with services from Seoul to London and San Francisco.

The A350 XWB features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fiber fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce engines. Together, these latest technologies translate into unrivalled levels of operational efficiency, with a 25 per cent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs. The spaciousness, quietness, beautiful interior and mood lighting in the cabin contribute to superior levels of comfort and well-being, setting new standards in terms of flight experience for all passengers.

To date, Airbus has recorded a total of 821 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 44 customers worldwide, already making it one of the most successful widebody aircraft ever.