After Spirit Airlines’ announcement on Thursday that it has converted orders for all 31 Airbus A319neo’s into larger A321neo’s, Airbus confirmed today in its orders and deliveries list for July that total orders for the type have come down to 61. With fourteen...
Correction – Airbus’ backlog of its least-popular neo version, the A319neo, has been further reduced. The airframer has deleted orders for two aircraft from Air Cote D’Ivoire in its September backlog. This brings the backlog to just 75 aircraft, with...
Beaten by Boeing this time: that sums up 2018 for Airbus, who released its commercial results on January 9 – one day after Boeing. The European OEM delivered a record 800 airliners, up from 718 in 2017 but lower than Boeing’s 806. It sold 747 aircraft, down from an...
There is one A319neo in flight test, D-AVWA. Its first flight was March 31, 2017 and the chart lists test flights in terms of flight hours. Only 180 so far. Is the A319neo slowing down? On October 16, Airbus and Bombardier announced their collaboration. Like the...
Recent news about the Airbus and Bombardier alliance has provided the market with a significant change. Airbus plans to push the C Series ahead of its own A319neo in campaigns. This changes our forecast considerably. Report available here.
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