With both OEMs producing their monthly numbers yesterday, here’s a score update. For 2002 YTD: Order market share – 56%/44% in Airbus favor Delivery market share – 58%/42% in Airbus favor In terms of twin aisles, the breakdowns are interesting. ...
Here’s the updated model. Optimize the view by clicking the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model. Notes: Orders continue to pick up but deliveries, by comparison, are slower 2022 deliveries might beat 2019 levels Southwest and Ryanair have taken...
Here’s the updated model – Boeing September 2022 O&Dupdated model – Notes: Boeing continues to deliver as fast as it can, but the supply chain stress and delayed FAA approvals slow things down Page 2 shows the extent of these impacts with...
Here’s the updated model for Airbus September 2022 O&D. Notes: A320neo and A321neo orders and deliveries are neck and neck September orders were anemic but at least better than zero as last month Book to Bill remains a bit soft as a consequence – 2022...
Here’s our updated model. Notes: Boeing won some orders in August compared to zero for Airbus The freighter and military continue to be useful business lines 787 deliveries started again This helps Boeing move closer to its previous delivery patterns (page 2)...
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