The European aircraft manufacturer received new orders for more than 100 aircraft in February. However, Airbus also noted a number of cancellations.
Airbus received new orders for a total of 36 aircraft in January. However, Qatar Airways’ cancellation of orders for 52 aircraft meant the aircraft manufacturer started 2022 with a net order shortfall of 16.
In February, Airbus is now in black with new orders for 113 aircraft. Aer Lingus has ordered two A320 Neo, Jazeera Airways 20 A320 Neo and eight A321 Neo, customer unknown 20 A321 Neo Capital Aviation Group 20 A220-300, JetBlue Airways 30 A220-300, Singapore Airlines Seven A350F, Kuwait Airways has three A321 Neo and three A330-900.
79 aircraft have been delivered since the beginning of the year
On the other hand, there were a total of 42 cancellations on February – 17 (six from Kuwait Airways) A320 Neo, 20 A330-900 (from an unknown customer) and five A350-900 (three from Kuwait Airways and two from Singapore Airlines). ). Airbus’ January cancellation of 50 A321 Neo for Qatar Airways is still on the books as well. If the court prevents Airbus from transferring the aircraft to other customers.
In the first two months of the year, Airbus collected 149 aircraft orders, but also received or issued 94 cancellations. The bottom line is 55 net orders. The aircraft manufacturer was able to deliver 49 aircraft to 32 customers in February. Since the beginning of the year, Airbus has delivered 79 aircraft to 38 customers.
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