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Current Airbus Orders and Deliveries

September 2019

Airbus has released its orders and deliveries statistics for the month of September 2019. The European airframer delivered 71 aircraft, whilst securing 41 new orders.

Airbus Orders September 2019

Airbus logged orders for 41 aircraft from 5 customers last month. Of the 41, 24 of those aircraft are destined for undisclosed customers. This comprises 10 A220-100s for one customer, 4 A220-300s for another, and 10 A321neos for a third. The remaining orders were split between lessor AerCap and low-cost carrier Air Asia X. AerCap ordered five A321neo aircraft, with Air Asia X accounting for the remaining total with an order for 12 A330-900s.

Airbus’ order backlog, as of September 30, 2019, stands at 7,133 aircraft. The majority of these are narrowbody aircraft – 5,768 are A320-family planes, whereas 435 are A220 variants. Of the 930 widebodies on order, 601 are A350 XWBs, 278 are A330s, and 51 are A380s.

Air France received its first Airbus A350-900 in September 2019.
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Airbus Deliveries September 2019

Airbus delivered a total of 71 aircraft in September 2019. 48 of these were A320-family airplanes, with 40 being NEO variants, and the remaining 8 being CEOs. A further seven narrowbodies, of the A220-family, were also delivered. Meanwhile, in terms of widebody aircraft, 4 A330s and 12 A350s were delivered in September 2019 by Airbus.

In terms of delivery ‘firsts’ for September, Air France received its first A350-900, whilst Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines got its first A321neo. EgyptAir also received its maiden A220-300.

Breakdown of Deliveries

Europe

Airbus delivered 21 aircraft to European airlines, and 2 to European lessors in September 2019:

  • 2 A220-300s – 1 to lessor GTLK, and 1 to AirBaltic
  • 15 A320-family aircraft:
    • 2 A320neos to EasyJet
    • 2 A320neo to Iberia
    • 1 A320neo to Air Malta
    • 1 A321neo to Pegasus Airlines
    • 1 A320neo to Ural Airlines
    • 1 A321neo to La Compagnie
    • 1 A321neo to TAP Air Portugal
    • 2 A320ceos and 1 A321neo to Lufthansa
    • 1 A320ceo to lessor Aero K Aviation Ireland Limited
    • 1 A321neo to Aer Lingus
    • 1 A320neo to S7 Airlines
  • 1 A330-200 to LEVEL
  • 1 A330-900 to TAP Air Portugal
  • 1 A350-900 to Air France
  • 3 A350-1000s – 2 to Virgin Atlantic, and 1 to British Airways

Asia-Pacific

22 aircraft headed to Asia-Pacific carriers:

  • 18 A320-family aircraft:
    • 2 A320neos and 1 A321neo to IndiGo
    • 2 A320neos to Yunnan Hongtu Airlines
    • 2 A320neos to Air China
    • 1 A320ceo to Peach
    • 1 A320neo to China Southern Airlines
    • 1 A321neo to Air New Zealand
    • 1 A321neo to Vietnam Airlines
    • 2 A321neos to Air Astana
    • 1 A320neo to Loong Air
    • 1 A321neo to VietJet Air
    • 1 A320neo to Cebu Pacific
    • 2 A320neos to Go Air
  • 1 A330-900 to Aircalin
  • 3 A350-900s – 1 to Japan Airlines, and 2 to Singapore Airlines

North America (USA & Canada)

12 aircraft were delivered by Airbus to US airlines in the month of September 2019:

  • 3 A220-100s to Delta Air Lines
  • 8 A320-family aircraft:
    • 4 A321ceos to Delta Air Lines
    • 2 A320neos to Spirit Airlines
    • 1 A321neo to Hawaiian Airlines
    • 1 A320neo to Frontier Airlines
  • 1 A330-900 to Delta Air Lines

Latin America & The Caribbean

5 aircraft were delivered to Latin American carriers:

  • 4 A320neo aircraft – 1 each to Volaris, Avianca, Sky Airline, and LATAM
  • 1 A350-900 to LATAM

Middle East

In September, 6 aircraft were delivered to Middle-Eastern airlines and 1 to a Middle-Eastern lessor:

  • 3 A320neos – 1 each to SalamAir, Gulf Air and Flynas
  • 2 A350-900s – 1 to Qatar Airways, and 1 to lessor ALAFCO
  • 2 A350-1000s – 1 to Etihad Airways, and 1 to Qatar Airways

Africa

In September 2019, 2 A220-300s were delivered to EgyptAir.

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