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June 19, 2024
Farnborough 2022 Deal Tracker
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We will update this post several times as news of deals comes from the airshow. This is our Farnborough 2022 Deal Tracker.

Orders Notes:

  • Delta/MAX10 – The deal includes 30 options. Crucially Delta noted: 737-10 is currently awaiting final certification from (FAA), which is expected in 2023. In the event of a delay, the agreement has adequate protection in place, including allowing Delta to shift to another model of MAX family” if needed.
  • ATR is to be an LoI with Japanese start-up Feel Air Holdings for 36 -42-600s, 72-600S and -72-600
  • Delta exercised a dozen options for A220-300s. The total order is now 107 making Delta the program’s lead customer.
  • Boeing won 30+33 MAX orders from 777 Partners; including MAX8s and 30 MAX8-200s
  • Alaska Airlines ordered 8+13 E-175s
  • Porter Airlines ordered another 20 E-195-E2s
  • Aviation Capital Group orders 12 more MAX 8s, bringing the total MAX orders to 34
  • AerCap ordered 5 787-9s
  • Japanese regional airline, ORC (Oriental Air Bridge), placed an order for an ATR 42-600
  • Abelo to acquire 20 ATR Aircraft, with a firm order of 10 ATR42-600S (Short Take-off and Landing) and 10 new ATR72-600
  • Embraer has 250+ LoIs for its new turboprop
  • Azerbaijan Airlines signed for four Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft via a Memorandum of Understanding
  • Airbus and easyJet announced orders for 56 A320neo aircraft, including an upsizing of 18 A320neo aircraft to the A321neo
  • Afrijet Business Service orders ATR 72-600
  • LATAM ordered 17 A321neo and confirmed it will bring in the A321XLR to complement their long-haul operations
  • Astral will take the first two E190Fs from NAC’s conversions
  • Qatar finalizes its order for 25 737 MAX10s – confirming what Mr. Al Baker told us in Doha at the IATA AGM


  • Air Lease Corp places 6 Airbus A220-300s with TAAG Angola as part of its fleet renewal. Deliveries to the African carrier are in 2023-2024. The A220s will replace TAAG’s Boeing 737-700s.  This is bigger news than it appears. It was a surprise Embraer didn’t win the deal.  It is also a customer turnover for Airbus.  Once in, Airbus has a chance to replace aging 777-200s with A330neos.
  • Air Lease Corporation selected Pratt & Whitney GTF engines for up to 166 Airbus A220 and A320neo family aircraft
  • Universal Hydrogen and Avmax Announce Firm Order for Hydrogen Conversion and Fuel Services for 20 Regional Aircraft
  • Ravn Alaska Orders 30 Hydrogen-Electric Engines from ZeroAvia
  • Ethiopian Airlines Group Signs Proposal with De Havilland Canada for up to Four Dash 8-400 Freighter – Large Cargo Door Kits
  • WheelTug announced that Spanish airline AlbaStar signed as the WheelTug Launch Customer for Europe and will be the first to employ WheelTug’s innovative electric taxi solution there.
  • Cargolux selects 777-8 Freighter as Preferred Replacement for 747-400 Fleet

General News:

  • Rolls-Royce launches hydrogen research program
  • De Havilland Canada Launches Cargo Conversion Solutions Utilizing Dash 8-400
  • ANA finalized its order for 20 737-8 MAX aircraft and 2 777-8 freighters (not really news)
  • Rolls-Royce announced a new partnership with easyJet pioneering the development of hydrogen combustion engine technology, that has the potential to power easyJet-size aircraft from the mid-2030s onwards
  • Boeing started a new partnership with Alder Fuels, to bring more SAF to market.
  • Israel Aerospace Industries received the EASA STC for its B737-800SF P2F conversions and will open B737-800BDSF cargo conversions to European companies
  • Boeing announced another re-affirmed order with Vietjet Vietnam for 200 MAX
  • Boom Aero changed their aircraft again
  • Airbus and CFM International are collaborating to flight-test CFM’s cutting-edge open fan engine architecture.
  • Embraer and BAE Systems announce collaboration for the C-390 Millennium and Eve eVTOL
  • Widerøe signed an MoU with Embraer that will see the companies working together to define and establish the real-world requirements for sustainable, emission-free, and commercially viable, aviation.
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Addison Schonland
Co-Founder AirInsight. My previous life includes stints at Shell South Africa, CIC Research, and PA Consulting. Got bitten by the aviation bug and ended up an Avgeek. Then the data bug got me, making me a curious Avgeek seeking data-driven logic. Also, I appreciate conversations with smart people from whom I learn so much. Summary: I am very fortunate to work with and converse with great people.

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