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Topic: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: PM
Posted 2010-10-08 22:35:51 and read 3055 times.

Widebody deliveries 3rd Quarter 2010

TOTAL : 54

BOEING
767 = 3
777 = 20
TOTAL = 23 (43%)

AIRBUS
A330 = 23
A340 = 1
A380 = 7
TOTAL = 31 (57%)

A330-300 = 11
777F = 10
A330-200 = 7
A380-800 = 7
777-300ER = 5
A330F = 4
777-200LR = 3
777-200ER = 2
767-300ER = 2
A340-600 = 1
767-300F = 1
A330MRTT = 1

For me, the big story is the number of freighters delivered – 14 out of 54 (26%). Obviously, the A330F has just come on stream but more than half of all 777Fs delivered this year have been delivered in the past quarter and half of all 777s delivered in this quarter were freighters.

As for engines…

Total BOEING engines = 46
GE = 46 (100%)

Total AIRBUS engines = 78
GE = 6 (8%)
PW = 10 (13%)
EA = 16 (21%)
RR = 46 (59%)

Total engines 3rdQ = 124
GE = 52 (42%)
RR = 46 (37%)
EA = 16 (13%)
PW = 10 (8%)

One final point: Airbus have delivered 80 widebodies to date. If they can deliver 20 more in the 4th Quarter it will be the first time in their history they will have delivered 100 widebodies in a year. (Their previous best was 97 in 2008.)

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: scbriml
Posted 2010-10-09 06:47:50 and read 2785 times.

PM, thanks for the update. Do you have a similar analysis for the 3 quarters ytd running totals?

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: Thorben
Posted 2010-10-09 07:08:37 and read 2744 times.

Quoting PM (Thread starter):
A380 = 7

This is the big story in my eyes. Compare that to 2008 (12) and 2009 (10). The production has really picked up some speed.

Quoting PM (Thread starter):
For me, the big story is the number of freighters delivered – 14 out of 54 (26%). Obviously, the A330F has just come on stream but more than half of all 777Fs delivered this year have been delivered in the past quarter and half of all 777s delivered in this quarter were freighters.

Right. There is a big growth potential and a big replacement potential in the freighter market. Once there will be enough modern and efficient A332Fs and 777Fs around, this will add pressure on users of way older planes to replace theirs. Sad for enthusiasts, good for the environment.

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: Chiad
Posted 2010-10-09 14:45:09 and read 2523 times.

Thanks PM. I don't know if this is a trend but it seems as if Airbus is taking a hold on widebodies, both in deliveries and net orders.

Airbus Total: 143 (78%)

A330-200: 17
A330-200F: 4
A330-300: 35
A340-500: 2
A350-900: 53
A380-800: 32


Boeing Total: 40 (22%)

B747-8i: 1
B767-300ER: 3
B777W: 40
B787: -4

When the B787 line comes online things will probably change, but probably not much before 2012 though.

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: AABB777
Posted 2010-10-09 14:55:05 and read 2489 times.

Quoting PM (Thread starter):

Do we know who took delivery of these birds?

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: PM
Posted 2010-10-09 15:20:25 and read 2466 times.

Quoting scbriml (Reply 1):
Do you have a similar analysis for the 3 quarters ytd running totals?

Mais bien sur!

Widebody deliveries ytd...

TOTAL : 144

BOEING
767 = 9
777 = 55
TOTAL = 64 (44%)

AIRBUS
A330 = 63
A340 = 3
A380 = 14
TOTAL = 80 (56%)

A330-300 = 36
777-300ER = 27
A330-200 = 21
777F = 19
A380-800 = 14
777-200LR = 6
767-300F = 5
A330F = 4
767-300ER = 4
777-200ER = 3
A330MRTT = 2
A340-600 = 2
A340-500 = 1

Quoting AABB777 (Reply 4):
Do we know who took delivery of these birds?

Certainly. Check on the Airbus and Boeing websites and the details are there.

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: col
Posted 2010-10-09 17:37:25 and read 2385 times.

It seems really strange to see Boeing wide body deliveries without a 747. I know this will change, but I still don't like it!!

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: PM
Posted 2010-10-10 01:27:02 and read 2246 times.

Quoting col (Reply 6):
It seems really strange to see Boeing wide body deliveries without a 747.

I know what you mean. But the 767 (first delivery: August 1982) soldiers on.

The last 747 delivery was in November last year so there will certainly be well over a year without deliveries and that will include a full calendar year (2010).

Has any other plane had a comparable hiatus in deliveries?

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: Someone83
Posted 2010-10-10 02:42:48 and read 2161 times.

Quoting AABB777 (Reply 4):
Do we know who took delivery of these birds?

Airbus Q3 2010 (Using Airbus O/D spreadsheet)

330-200
Alitalia: 2
Metco: 1
Sichuan Airlines: 1
Korean: 2
Hainan Airlines: 1
Hong Kong Airlines: 1

330-200F
Etihad: 2
Hong Kong Airlines: 1
Turkish Airlines: 1

330-300
AirAsiaX: 2
Saudi Arabian: 3
Swiss: 1
Egyptair: 1
Singapore Airlines: 2
Asiana: 1
Turkish Airlines: 1

340-600:
Iberia: 1

380
Emirates: 3
Lufthansa: 2
Singapore Airlines: 1
Air France: 1

Boeing Q3 2010 (Using their O/D overview)

767-300ER
ANA: 1
JAL: 1

767-300F
UPS: 1

777-200ER
Continental: 2

777-200LR
Qatar Airways: 2
Turkmenistan Airlines: 1

777-300ER
Air India: 1
British Airways: 1
GECAS: 1 (Not sure who it's leased to)
Korean: 1
Qatar: 1

777-200F
China Southern: 2
AeroLogic: 2
FedEx: 3
GECAS: 2 (Not sure who it's leased to)

Topic: RE: 3rdQ 2010 Widebody Deliveries
Username: PM
Posted 2010-10-10 17:52:01 and read 1917 times.

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 8):
Metco: 1

aka Royal Saudi AF

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 8):
777-300ER
GECAS: 1 (Not sure who it's leased to)

British Airways

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 8):
777-200F
GECAS: 2 (Not sure who it's leased to)

China Cargo


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