At the Farnborough airshow last month, Airbus announced 93 firm order deals worth $57 billion at list prices, and 431 total new commitments including letters of intent and memoranda of understanding. Highlights of those announcements are shown below:
- GOLDEN FALCON AVIATION (for Wataniya Airways): confirmed an order for 25 A320neos for Kuwait’s Wataniya Airways.
- GOSHAWK AVIATION: a firm order for 20 A320neos.
- LEVEL: firm order for two A330-200s.
- MACQUARIE FINANCE: ordered 20 A320neos.
- PEACH AVIATION: updated a previous deal for 10 A320neo, changing it to eight A320neo and two A321LRs.
- SALAMAIR: signed an agreement to add six new A320neo.
- SICHUAN AIRLINES: ordered 10 A350s, confirming a deal struck earlier this year.
- STARLUX AIRLINES: signed a preliminary deal for 17 A350s.
- UGANDA AIRLINES: signed a memorandum of understanding for two A330-800neo.
- UNDISCLOSED CUSTOMER: order for 100 A320neo family aircraft.
- UNDISCLOSED CUSTOMER: a preliminary deal for 80 A320neos with a leasing firm.
- UNDISCLOSED CUSTOMER: has signed a commitment for six A330neo family aircraft.
- U.S. AIRLINE START-UP: a commitment for 60 A220-300s.
- VISTARA: a letter of intent to buy 13 A320neo aircraft and commitment to taking a further 37 A320neos from leasing firms.
- VIVA AEROBUS: firmed up a deal for 25 incremental A321neo and 16 conversions of A320neos to A321neos.
That is a lot of business, with 93 firm orders announced at the show.