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Official: Airbus Le Bourget 2007 Order Thread  
User currently offlinePanAm_DC10 From Australia, joined Aug 2000, 4288 posts, RR: 83
Posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 45040 times:

The much awaited 47th Paris Airshow is upon us and we have decided it would be appropriate to run 3 Official threads on the major LoI / MoU / Order announcements and one for any engine selections announced.

This thread is for Airbus announcements below is a link to the Airbus Event Site and Press Release Site http://www.airbus.com;

http://www.airbus.com/en/myairbus/events/ and http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre/pressreleases/

We ask that you refer to the following 2 links for Boeing and Powerplants

Official: Boeing Le Bourget 2007 Order Thread

Official: Le Bourget 2007 Engine Order Thread

The purpose of these three threads is to keep a daily tabulation on any announcements made and to keep seperate each companies announcements. Though we understand there will be split orders, having the official threads should make it a lot easier to track orders for each OEM and make for a good reference for the future of the site.

We do realise that there may / will be major "mega orders" announced given speculation over the past six months and recent media reports. Therefore, if an order is announced and listed here, for example, by a U.S. Legacy carrier, a new A380 Operator, a European Major or by a carrier of regional or strategic importance, it should be entitled to it's own seperate thread, we ask that order be posted here with a link to the relevent thread and a link back to this thread, that way a free and open discussion can be had on AA, EK, LA or whomever, without overwhelming the official threads.

Commitments and orders listed here can be added to 2007 Orders: Part 2 or to the relevent country thread for some carriers, for example Malaysian Aviation Thread 4 In relation to the country threads there are plenty of "lurkers" who know a lot but post only in those threads as their posts don't warrant a seperate thread. We all can benefit from that input.

In relation to Regional orders such as ATR, Bombardier, Embraer and Sukhoi etc or any developments of new frames or further news of R&D in existing projects please feel free to go ahead and post as normal.

Any enquiries please direct to moderators@airliners.net on behalf of the Moderating Crew we thank you for your assistance. It's a good week for aviation, let's make it a good week for the Forum

[Edited 2007-06-17 15:33:28]

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User currently offlinePanAm_DC10 From Australia, joined Aug 2000, 4288 posts, RR: 83
Reply 1, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 42843 times:

A quick correction to the Airbus Homepage Link http://www.airbus.com/en/ not sure what occurred there as it was fine when I posted initially. I trust that Airbus, their employees and afficionados accept my clarification  wave 

Regards, PanAm_DC10

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User currently offlineBNE From Australia, joined Mar 2000, 3215 posts, RR: 11
Reply 2, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 39989 times:

Qatar Airways has confirmed an order for 80 A350 Airbus planes worth $16bn (£8.06bn) at the Paris air show.


Also news just released by airbus.

Qatar Airways has signed a contract for the purchase of 80 of the all-new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and also placed an order for a further three A380s, bringing their total order for the type to five.

Good start to the show for Airbus.

[Edited 2007-06-18 10:56:52]

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User currently offlineWINGS From Portugal, joined May 2005, 2831 posts, RR: 67
Reply 3, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 39876 times:

Quoting BNE (Reply 2):
Qatar Airways has confirmed an order for 80 A350 Airbus planes worth $16bn (£8.06bn) at the Paris air show.


Good start to the show for Airbus.

This is wonderful news. At last this order has hit the books  Smile

Im even more pleased to read that they have also ordered an additional 3 A380's.  Smile


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User currently offlineMaersk737 From Denmark, joined Feb 2004, 733 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 39838 times:

A very good start I would say  Wink



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User currently offlineEI321 From Iraq, joined Jul 2009, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 39639 times:

Looks like EK are ordering more A380s also.

User currently offlineDanny From Poland, joined Apr 2002, 3535 posts, RR: 3
Reply 6, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 39614 times:

Yes, 8 more A380 for EK. Strong start for Airbus, but these were "expected" orders. I hope JL holds some aces for the rest of the week.

User currently offlineCabso1 From Canada, joined May 2005, 502 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 39294 times:

News link for 8xA380 Order for EK


User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 10908 posts, RR: 16
Reply 8, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38404 times:

European planemaker Airbus said on Monday it has secured an order for 30 A320 family aircraft from Kuwait's Jazeera Airways.


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 30077 posts, RR: 59
Reply 9, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38362 times:

Quoting WINGS (Reply 3):
This is wonderful news. At last this order has hit the books

Quoting WINGS (Reply 3):
Im even more pleased to read that they have also ordered an additional 3 A380's.

WOW congrats to Airbus and QR. It is wonderful news. Also another thumbs up for the A380 .

User currently offlineEjazz From United Arab Emirates, joined May 2002, 740 posts, RR: 33
Reply 10, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38188 times:

On the wire:

US Airways orders 22 A350XWB worth more than $4 billion at todays prices.

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User currently offlinePanAm_DC10 From Australia, joined Aug 2000, 4288 posts, RR: 83
Reply 11, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38189 times:

The following will appear on the Airbus website shortly;

Jazeera Airways of Kuwait have ordered 30 + 10 x A320 Series Frames for their LCC operation.

In the meantime here is a link to the Airbus orders announced this morning;

Emirates Airline agrees to buy eight additional Airbus A380s

18 June 2007

Dubai based Emirates Airline has signed an agreement to buy eight additional A380 aircraft, taking their total order for the aircraft to 55. The letter of Intent was signed at the 47th International Paris Air show at le Bourget between Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman, Emirates Group and Louis Gallois, Airbus President and CEO.


Qatar Airways confirms order for 80 A350 XWBs and adds three A380s

18 June 2007

Qatar Airways has signed a contract for the purchase of 80 of the all-new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and also placed an order for a further three A380s, bringing their total order for the type to five. The agreement was signed at the 47th International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget between Akbar Al-Baker, Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer and Louis Gallois Airbus President and CEO. This follows on an initial agreement announced in May.

The 80 A350 XWBs include 20 A350 XWB-800s, 40 A350 XWB-900s and 20 of the largest in the family, the A350 XWB-1000. Deliveries will begin from 2013. Qatar Airways will use the A350 XWBs to complement and subsequently replace its A330s on regional and long haul routes.


Regards, PanAm_DC10

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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 10908 posts, RR: 16
Reply 12, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38138 times:

Quoting Ejazz (Reply 10):
On the wire:

US Airways orders 22 A350XWB worth more than $4 billion at todays prices.

was on yahoo be for the airshow started


User currently offlineThorben From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38138 times:


Quoting PanAm_DC10 (Reply 11):

Are you writing their press releases?

Quoting Ejazz (Reply 10):
On the wire:

US Airways orders 22 A350XWB worth more than $4 billion at todays prices.

What wire?

User currently offlineWINGS From Portugal, joined May 2005, 2831 posts, RR: 67
Reply 14, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38083 times:

Quoting PanAm_DC10 (Reply 11):
The following will appear on the Airbus website shortly;

Jazeera Airways of Kuwait have ordered 30 + 10 x A320 Series Frames for their LCC operation.

Yet again wonderful news for the A32X series. I believe that the 737 was in the running for this order but it seems that Jazeera have opted to remain a sole Airbus operator.


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User currently offlineDanny From Poland, joined Apr 2002, 3535 posts, RR: 3
Reply 15, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38023 times:

Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 12):
was on yahoo be for the airshow started


Not possible. A.netters decided firmly that US will never firm up their A350 order.  Silly

User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 10908 posts, RR: 16
Reply 16, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 38021 times:

Quoting Thorben (Reply 13):
What wire?

here it is 92 Airbus


User currently offlineScorpio From Belgium, joined Oct 2001, 5297 posts, RR: 43
Reply 17, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37969 times:

Let's not forget there's still nothing official on the US A350 order. The links provided so far are only rumors, so let's not jump to conclusions just yet.

Edit: Scratch that: DeltaL1011man's post appeared while I was writing mine. Great news for Airbus indeed!

[Edited 2007-06-18 13:11:36]

User currently offlineThorben From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 18, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37967 times:

Quoting Danny (Reply 15):
Not possible. A.netters decided firmly that US will never firm up their A350 order. Silly

But they forgot to tell US about it - probably because they were still busy explaining Airbus that the A380 would never ever fly.  crazy 

User currently offlineScbriml From United Kingdom, joined Jul 2003, 15361 posts, RR: 45
Reply 19, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37697 times:
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Quoting Scorpio (Reply 17):
Let's not forget there's still nothing official on the US A350 order.

US's CEO doesn't seem to be in any doubt!

Doug Parker, US Airways Group, Inc. chairman and chief executive officer said, "We are very pleased to once again partner with Airbus. This transaction sets the stage for the next generation of the US Airways fleet, which will be among the youngest and most efficient in the U.S. airline industry. We're very excited about the A350 program and have every confidence that Airbus will manufacture a truly innovative and revolutionary aircraft.

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User currently offlineKappel From Suriname, joined Jul 2005, 3533 posts, RR: 16
Reply 20, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37698 times:

Quoting PanAm_DC10 (Reply 11):
Qatar Airways has signed a contract for the purchase of 80 of the all-new Airbus A350 XWB

I assume these are all firm and no options, as was the case with the 60 a350 order?

User currently offlineScouseflyer From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2006, 3472 posts, RR: 9
Reply 21, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37657 times:

Quoting Kappel (Reply 20):

I assume these are all firm and no options, as was the case with the 60 a350 order?

Yes and the crucial differance here is that this is a firm order the XNB one never got past the PoU stage.

User currently offlineManni From South Korea, joined Nov 2001, 4221 posts, RR: 22
Reply 22, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 1 hour ago) and read 37557 times:

Qatar Airways also ordered 3 A32S aircraft.

"Additionally, Qatar is ordering three new single-aisle jets of Airbus's A320 family."


User currently offlineHelvknight From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days ago) and read 37348 times:

Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 16):
here it is 92 Airbus

Now on the US Airways site


Congratulations US Airways and Airbus.

User currently offlineScouseflyer From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2006, 3472 posts, RR: 9
Reply 24, posted (8 years 11 months 2 weeks 3 days ago) and read 36922 times:

By my rough calculation that's 194 (not counting 20 of the US A350s as they are conversions) frames announced - that almost doubles the order total for 2007 - it's looking a better year for AB!

25 Post contains links and images PanAm_DC10 : The following will appear on the Airbus website shortly; NOUVELAIR ORDERS NEW A320s Tunisian carrier Nouvelair has signed a contract for the purchase
26 N1KE : It was widely reported that deals around for 300 aircraft would be signed this week. With Airbus' 215 orders today, that leaves around Airbus only nee
27 Post contains images RB211TriStar : " target=_blank>http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070618/l....v=93 I am extremely happy for US and AB. I've been waiting for this one for a LONG time! Possi
28 DeltaL1011man : there is a small chance for UA and "DL could wait for the A350 but why?"
29 Scbriml : QR - 3 x A320, 80 x A350, 3 x A380 EK - 8 x A380 US - 60 x A32x, 10 x A330, 22 x A350 Jazeera - 30 x A320 Nouvelair - 2 x A320 Total = 218 (but is re
30 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : 60 A320s http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...2007-06-18_12-43-36_wla0248_newsml
31 Post contains links Scbriml : From airbus now: http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre...items/07_06_18_gecas_60_a320s.html
32 OA260 : Thanks for the update its looking to be a good 1st day for Airbus.
33 EI321 : Wow! already nearly 300 orders for Airbus, and its just the first day!
34 Post contains images Scbriml : Even better now with GECAS order for 60 x A32x.
35 DeltaL1011man : great year for Airbus but Boeing on the other hand........
36 Zvezda : It's looking like another great year for both companies.
37 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...2007-06-18_13-09-01_wla0251_newsml Airbus wants to make it to 280 orders
38 Moo : What is it with the massive jump in order numbers for both manufacturers over the past 3 years?
39 NYC777 : It's only the first day.....
40 Kappel : Didn't US have some a330 orders with Airbus that were deferred? Are these included or an addition to those a330's?
41 Post contains images FD728 : Was about time for a big order. The last one happened already a few hours ago
42 Manni : And apparently Mr. Leahy expects to announce no less than 150 XWB's at tha Airshow. 102 have been announced so far.
43 Post contains images OA260 : Yes indeed , its like Christmas !!! Love your signature BTW
44 Scbriml : I just caught the end of the latest conference - I heard 12 A350XWBs. Is this ALAFCO "converting" their original A350 order?
45 Scouseflyer : Or TAP - didn't they order 10 and the CEO said that it was going to be bumped up to 12?
46 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : ALAFCO 12 A350s 7 A320s http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...07-06-18_13-21-33_l18749414_newsml ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ look up ^^^^^^
47 EI321 : There goes another a.net roumer.
48 Scouseflyer : QR - 3 x A320, 80 x A350, 3 x A380 EK - 8 x A380 US - 60 x A32x, 10 x A330, 22 x A350 Jazeera - 30 x A320 Nouvelair - 2 x A320 GECAS - 60 x A32x ALAFC
49 Post contains images Scbriml : I make that 297 gross, 265 net.
50 Post contains links Dsa : Great news for Airbus and Qatar as well as Emirates. Some other websites reporting 'major Airbus orders.' http://www.letsfindaflight.com/page_11818451
51 Scouseflyer : Oopps - Maths is not my strongest thing!
52 NYC777 : Actually 297 gross and 277 net for the air show. US had 20 A350s and added two more.
53 RayChuang : Let's see if Airbus can get the full financing for the A350XWB project. Given the massive cost overruns of the A380 project, European governments and
54 Zvezda : Airbus can certainly get financing for the A350 from the private debt markets. The only question is the discount rate.
55 WINGS : A350XWB FIRM ORDERS. Qatar x 80 Alafco x 12 US Airways x 22 Finnair x 11 Pegasus x 2 Total: 127 orders Its good to note that GECAS today announced an
56 Scouseflyer : When the XWB was industrially launched back in December - they announced that the project was being financed out of Cash-flow (I think that this is p
57 Post contains images OA260 : After these announcements I'm sure all EU governments will be more willing to provide the financing. Hey things are slowing down !!! Must be champagn
58 9V-SVC : Absolutely delighted with the orders for Airbus. Hopefully the numbers doesn't stop here. Wonder what's SQ input on this , will they eventually place
59 Scbriml : ALFCO's "order" for 12 A350s is just confirmation of conversion from A350 to A350XWB, i.e. no new net order for Airbus. So my numbers are correct (at
60 Scouseflyer : Wasn't it mentioned earlier that they were hoping for 150 XWBs by the end of this week........
61 EI321 : Its basically already spoken for, as stated above. The overruns were more on the delay side than the budget side. Please Please Please dont use the t
62 Thorben : Yes, Leahy said that. 150 at the end of the show, 200 at the end of the year.
63 9V-SVC : That's a pretty general statement isn't it? The order could go to anyone and that includes EK.
64 Scouseflyer : True, I was just thinking that with 127 now on the books - the gap to 150 is sort of "SQ sized"!
65 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : S7 group 25 A320s http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...07-06-18_14-13-51_l18546055_newsml
66 Columba : Maybe United....Airbus at least is trying to sell them the A350.
67 Thorben : About time they replace their Tu-154. Nice-looking Trijets, but somewhat inefficient and loud.
68 Post contains images PanAm_DC10 : You heard that here first last week also Air France have affirmed their 2 x A380 and 18 x A320 as previously mentioned Regards, PanAm_DC10
69 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : here is a link http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...2007-06-18_14-22-14_wla0258_newsml
70 Scouseflyer : QR - 3 x A320, 80 x A350, 3 x A380 EK - 8 x A380 US - 60 x A32x, 10 x A330, 22 x A350 (2 new) Jazeera - 30 x A320 Nouvelair - 2 x A320 GECAS - 60 x A3
71 VivaGunners : I'm wondering about that too.
72 Thorben : That one is still only an MoU
73 EI321 : why the * ?
74 Moo : Conversion of existing order?
75 Post contains images Scbriml : Keep working on the maths! 342 gross, 310 net.
76 Beaucaire : Alafco Customers include : Air India ChinaEastern Xi Bei Yemen Airways Air Europa Malaysian Airlines Royal Jordanian ChinaSouthern Airlines Turkish Ai
77 Scouseflyer : Yeah so it's in the gross and not the net. To sorry about my Maths - I should of left it to Hamlet!
78 Post contains images Scouseflyer : I reckon that's our lot for today - phew what a day - same again tomorrow
79 Post contains images Kappel : D'ohh!!!!
80 AirframeAS : Only one Boeing sale: Lion Air 739ER's?
81 Columba : So AF decided to order additional A380s ?
82 Beaucaire : Question about the 12 x A350 for Alafco -could they be for Yemenia ???
83 Post contains images AutoThrust : Good one! Incredible show i downloaded the Airbus widget and in about 3 hours there were the orders from Alafco,Jazeera,Gecas, Nouvelair on it. Almos
84 Scouseflyer : Mentioned higher up by PanAmDC10
85 Post contains images Scbriml : It is now, along with the AF "order". A good day for Airbus with 310 firm orders and commitments, including over 100 widebodies. I suspect they still
86 ThePRGuy : Great day for Airbus, hope we will see some from SQ. They aren't ruling out conversions from A330 to A340....Will we see a US carrier with 340s in the
87 AutoThrust : Oh yes just saw it thanks for updating. Amazing.
88 EI321 : Airbus's best day to date? QR - 3 x A320, 80 x A350, 3 x A380 EK - 8 x A380 US - 60 x A32x, 10 x A330, 22 x A350 (2 new) Jazeera - 30 x A320 Nouvelair
89 RayChuang : I have to wonder right now is Airbus trying to woo Northwest Airlines into buying the A350XWB-900/1000 to replace the oldest 747's in NW's fleet. Not
90 Post contains links and images Manni : So do I. Orders for atleast 36 more A350XWB's might be announced. Mr. Leahy said he expected to announce orders for more than 150 A350XWB's during th
91 Stitch : NW has ordered the 787, so I tend to think they're going to move towards Boeing for their future widebody needs and as such will take the 787-10(ER)
92 Danny : No need to take inferior aircraft. 787 can work as a great combo with larger versions of A350 just like A332 does it with 777 today.
93 Post contains images Wolbo : Manni, maybe you should ask NAV20 to explain that 30% market share again.
94 NW748i : Even though they are already well-entrenched in the 787 launch for North America?
95 Stitch : True, but the only model that Airbus offers now that Boeing doesn't is the A350-1000 and NW is not a 777-300ER operator. And if Boeing does offer a 7
96 Post contains images Dank : While it isn't highly likely in this case (although, that isn't a reason not to at least put some effort into), I wouldn't preclude mixed fleets, esp
97 Zeke : Manni, A while back (Apr 6 2007) you said the following list of pending orders Given what has been announced so far, still a lot of aircraft are to b
98 EI321 : Why not, the last two major Airshows produced some surprise A350 orders & commitments that nobody expected.
99 Columba : wow 15 new orders for the A380 but sadly no new customers.....I am hoping that this will change till the end of the Air Show.
100 BA787 : Nice news for Airbus, and although Boeing has had a good day, Airbus has beat them hands down
101 Post contains images PipoA380 : Wow great surprise for me reading this thread! I've just read an article on a french website saying Airbus sold ridiculously little this year... and t
102 Post contains images Thorben : I expect Kingfisher to order soon. A346 will simply look great with that red underbelly. Shouldn't be too hard to guess. A32x and A332F makes the mos
103 EI321 : Im predicting several A332F orders his week.
104 Thorben : All right, and for whom?
105 EI321 : Intrepid, Flyington, MNG still have to firm up. As for announcements I can think of several possible customers: Emirates Etihad Qatar Galaxy Airlines
106 Deaphen : hey guys: first up congratulations to airbus!! quite a nice comeback! What i want to ask is SQ has been rather quiet recently, you think any increase
107 Post contains links JFK787NYC : Aeroflot has not firmed up there A350XWB order, Russia wants more in EADS or there will be problems lol. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...1085&s
108 Post contains images Tak : Awesome news for Airbus!!! Quite an impressive total for the first day, actually it would be pretty impressive for the whole show!!! GOod luck to Airb
109 Columba : It was reported in the media last week that several airlines will announce new orders including US Airways, Emirates, Qatar, Kingfisher, Singapore an
110 Zvezda : SQ might increase the number of A350s on order from 0 to 20. If they do, they will still need to order more 787s (or alternatively more 777-300ERs) f
111 Post contains images Solnabo : Don´t hold your breath. Anything can happen as we seen today at PAS Micke//
112 NYC777 : Here is the order summary for each of the large airframe OEM (Boeing and Airbus) on Day 1 of the Airshow. If I forgot something let me know! Boeing: 6
113 Post contains images SAS A340 : makes me wonder if Airbus fired all the gunpowder at the first day?? ? most of it anyway....?[Edited 2007-06-19 00:25:31]
114 Post contains images Stitch : Probably not, but I expect the major balance was today. The rest will probably be smaller A330 and A320 orders that didn't want to get lost in the in
115 Lumberton : Well, there's this guy named Vijay.... IIRC, Kingfisher was rumored to announce "something".
116 Post contains images Solnabo : The biggest surprise are in most cases Saturday, so let´s hope for a huge Airbus order...... Micke//
117 Post contains links and images Stitch : The Seattle Times has posted the AVITAS valuation data for the initial rush of Airbus orders (all now entered into my spreadsheet). They value the ord
118 Post contains images SAS A340 : tomorrow will be exiting...... guess it,s gonna be a "boeing-day"
119 Post contains links and images Keesje : Avitas rates all the aircraft to the many different airlines today as getting 40-5/% discounts, could be a pissed a.netter I have a hard time believi
120 Stitch : All I can say is that it is their business to know this stuff and other firms whose business is also to know this stuff tend to agree with them. *shr
121 Post contains images Manni : Avitas estimates are no more then that... estimates, which are further of little to no meaning. Aviation analysts make mistakes all the time, Avitas
122 Elvis777 : Howdy all, Lots of orders for eads. Its been a good day for them. Wish we coudl have bagged a couple of them but it was not to be. Congrats to all Ead
123 Post contains images Maersk737 : We are ready for another fine day at Le Bourget Cheers Peter
124 AeroplaneFreak : What orders do people think will come today?
125 Scouseflyer : More for Boeing and a quiet day for A! There is an order from IT to be announced as some point and I think that SQ will firm their XWBs too but I rec
126 Moo : Anyone know what the Airbus Press Conference on shortly is all about?
127 Agill : Isn't it better to keep those in the boeing thread. Seems like every time Airbus and Boeing sales are mentioned in the same thread a flamewar ensues.
128 OA260 : Apparantly according to fellow Anetter Shamrock350 its about the A350 with more AC info.
129 Shamrock350 : I just caught the end of the conference when they were talking about the A350. They said they were in talks with GE for an engine but as of yet no agr
130 Deaphen : Started off by saying "Airbus is back!" Then an introduction about how Air bus is undergoing a complete management change, and how its going to be a
131 Deaphen : Further, Lois Gallois was asked if there is any timeframe for an A320 update, and Louis replied saying that there is currently NO timeframe, and went
132 Post contains links PADSpot : Last line from Airbus' summary of yesterday: Link So it might not be the case that Airbus just had a bad PR strategy yesterday. That was my impression
133 Post contains links EI321 : PARIS 2007: Airbus forgets its woes with order bonanza http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...s-its-woes-with-order-bonanza.html
134 Post contains images PM : It's all orchestrated to make the biggest impact but so what? Airbus are racking up the orders and there are sure to be more to come. Rumours of thei
135 Moo : Interesting quote from Clarke:
136 OA260 : Yes its amazing how ''QUIET'' some Anetters are !!!! LOL....
137 Scbriml : It seems that Airbus is claiming 3 less than we've calculated - 339. I expect the QR order for 3 x A320 isn't being counted for some reason - I wonde
138 Deaphen : Will it be broadcast live on their site? regards nitin
139 Post contains links Eclipz : According to lefigaro.fr (french newspaper), an A380 VIP has been sold. John Leahy didn't want to say who is the buyer, he just said that he's not fro
140 Post contains links Scbriml : I expect so. You can also download their "widget" to your computer's desktop - it's quite slick. http://www.airbus.com/en/myairbus/events/le_bourget_
141 EI321 : Apparently there will be more details revealed on the A350 design today.
142 Deaphen : " target=_blank>http://www.airbus.com/en/myairbus/ev....html Yea already have it! It is rather sweet! regards nitin
143 A380Heavy : I downloaded and installed the widget but when I try and run it it says "Your internet connection is not detected" - can anybody help? I apologize if
144 Scouseflyer : Back in about Feb JL mention that he'd "sold" a Flying Palace but no name was mentioned - I'm guessing that this may be the firming of thar Mou?
145 Karan69 : Apart from the Tim Clark Quote regarding the A380 -- “We believe that as the aircraft comes to market and into service the orders will come in so w
146 Post contains links NAV20 : According to this Nouvelair's interest is only an MOU. As are those of US Airways, Emirates, and Air France:- http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...
147 Post contains images PADSpot : Well, they have been all but quiet for the last months. Everyone needs a rest sometimes ... . There is also a concurrent Boeing thread, so they might
148 Gatorman96 : " target=_blank>http://www.airbus.com/en/myairbus/ev....html It doesn't look like they updated the nose section of the A350 on the website. Understand
149 BigSky123 : Just announced: 20 × A330-200Fs for Intrepid. Says they are also interested in a potential A330-300F. [Edited 2007-06-19 15:11:06][Edited 2007-06-19
150 Scbriml : This signing is firming up their previously announced intention to purchase. Interesting comments re possibility of A330-300F. 17 planes will have RR
151 EI321 : So far we are only really hearing about previously announced commitments / orders. I wonder will there be any brand new ones today.
152 Scbriml : Next commercial announcement at 3.45pm Paris time (2.45pm UK time).
153 PM : Where do you get this from? And why not the last three?!!!
154 BigSky123 : Apparently, there is another "very important commerical announcement" coming up shortly... perhaps we'll see more fresh orders.
155 Scbriml : I think the GECAS and Jazeera orders were nice surprises yesterday, as was clarification of the US order (after much speculation as to which way it w
156 Scouseflyer : SQ XWB firming or the IT order?
157 WINGS : It was revealed at the press conference. 17 will be equipped with RR Trent 700 engines, while the remaining 3 will either go with the PW4000 or again
158 Scbriml : But not enough to stop GECAS ordering another 60 A320s!
159 NAV20 : Please see link in #146 above, Scrimbl - "The order is not finalized, but that's expected "in the coming weeks."
160 Flying-Tiger : Which - IMO - basically means that they have signed a customer for 3 A330-200F who has yet to decide which engines are required.
161 Scouseflyer : Or they've signed a customer for 17 who want RRs?
162 Post contains images SandroZRH : Do you still believe that this order will go to Boeing in the end? or what is your point?
163 Post contains images Scbriml : Calm down NAV20. If it makes you happier, I'll refer to US's order as a "commitment" until such time as they do sign.
164 EI321 : What the hell are they playing at? The engines on the A330-200F are the same are those on the A330-200.
165 Burkhard : Looks like GE has seen Airbus as dead. They must have read too much a.net!
166 Moo : Hmm? May I refer you to:
167 Scouseflyer : Maybe, GE is disentangling themselves from AB as they're going to merge with Boeing..........
168 KLMCedric : Check out the highlights video of the US AIR announcement on the Airbus widget. Doug Parker himself says the 22XWB's are firm. I guess the seatlle ti
169 WINGS : I don't think so. I believe that both RR and PW are working on further improving the thrust/maintenca and fuel burn on their respective engines. Rega
170 SandroZRH : Just in! Air Asia: 15 A330-300s firmed
171 Post contains images PM : Ah, but the naysayers can always cling onto straws. Those who salivate at the prospect of an Airbus bankruptcy must be gnashing their (pointy) teeth
172 Scouseflyer : Well with 35 more A330s just ordered - is this now the best ever year for the A330?
173 WINGS : No not yet. Still some more A330 deals to be firmed up and revealed. Regards, Wings
174 LH498 : +10 options
175 EI321 : But wont they be used on the whole range? I would not be shocked if it hit 200 this year.
176 NAV20 : My only point, SandroZRH, was that the US Airways 'order' has not yet been 'clarified.'
177 Post contains images PEET7G : Superb news from the gardens of Airbus!!! Finally things are on the roll again! I am especially happy for the A330 orders, and It seems WINGS was righ
178 Scorpio : Yes it has. Before, it was not *clear* whether they would order Boeing or Airbus. Now it is. Don't know how that is NOT 'clarification'...
179 EI321 : Airbus still has the old A350 (firm) orders on its spread sheet, so only brand new XWB orders will see the total A350 number increase. So If the US a
180 Scouseflyer : Nearly everything is new orders - I think that they've done 114 XWB orders at Paris with 82 of them being new (the QR ones + 2 extra for US) the rest
181 Post contains images SandroZRH : Errrr, "ok" It's as clear as never before.
182 Poitin : Good point. And If I am not mistaken, the QR is only an net increase of 20?
183 NAV20 : We'll know in early July - the EADS site has played fair so far, for example the Finnair order was shown as a net increase of only 2 due to the need t
184 Scbriml : Next commercial announcement is at 10.30am Paris time tomorrow (9.30am UK), plus further announcements in the afternoon.
185 Post contains links PipoA380 : Here we go again! Fly Asian Express orders 15 A330s for new long haul low cost operation 19 June 2007 Fly Asian Express (FAX) has signed a contract fo
186 Stitch : The original MoUs were never recorded as an order by Airbus, so all 80 will be added to the existing A350 order tally.
187 EI321 : The original commitment for 60 old A350's from Qatar was never firmed, so it will not appear on the spreadsheet until now (80).
188 Scouseflyer : Correct - if you have a look at the spread-sheet on the Airbus site there's no mention of a order for A350s by QR - however many times they announce
189 Post contains images Scbriml : No, the full 80 are new, firm orders. Their previous LOIs/MOUs were never added to Airbus's order book. Despite the claims of some here, Airbus doesn
190 Post contains images PanAm_DC10 : It's not all for the day. Look harder there is a re-affirmation of an A380 order by a Carrier rumoured not to take them Regards, PanAm_DC10
191 Post contains links KL808 : Quoting PanAm_DC10 (Reply 190): It's not all for the day. Look harder there is a re-affirmation of an A380 order by a Carrier rumoured not to take the
192 Post contains images Manni : Airbus is going to break one of her own records soon, 'most widebodies sold in a calendar year'. In 2005 Airbus took orders for nearly 200 widebodies,
193 Post contains images PanAm_DC10 : Have some fun, I dropped a hint in another thread about some A330s so there's a clue and there are also some A321s floating around Regards, PanAm_DC1
194 Post contains links Scbriml : That would be Thai! http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre...items/07_06_19_thai_A330_A380.html Another 8 A330s, plus, as PanAm said, reaffirming their
195 Lumberton : IIRC, Thai announced their intention to order 8 A333s last January. Isn't this a confirmation?
196 Post contains links Manni : And it continues... 5 A321's for Aeroflot. http://asia.news.yahoo.com/070619/3/33lmd.html MOSCOW, June 19 (Reuters) - Russian airline Aeroflot has sig
197 NAV20 : Is that somehow special? Counting in ILFC's order today, Boeing have already sold 247 midsizes (186 X 787s and 61 X 777s) so far this year?
198 Post contains links and images Kaitak : Someone's ordered a private A380 ... not from Europe or the US (so that rules me out ) http://www.rte.ie/aertel/136-01.html
199 SandroZRH : So that brings the total of todays A330 orders to 43? 20 x A332F and 23 x A333.
200 Scbriml : It's a new order. Yes, they had stated their intention previously, but never signed an order. Even yesterday there was some suggestions that they wou
201 Maersk737 : Yes it is. Cheers Peter
202 KL808 : Sir the SU order for 5. Drew
203 SandroZRH : Who cares about Boeing? This is the Airbus thread. Would you please stay out of here with your A vs. B posts and keep this friendly just for once?
204 Scbriml : Thanks, seen that now. Missed it while I was posting.
205 Post contains images Manni : It certainly is. Beating your own record is aIways an achievement. In fact it's a pretty amazing achievement, we're not even halfway trough the year
206 Post contains images Scbriml : Somewhere in the World, it's always raining.
207 Manni : BTW. TG's order for 8 A330s marks the 750th order for the A330. Airbus had sold 674 A330s at the end of december 2006, and sold 76 A330s so far this y
208 Thorben : Sorry guys, been working all day, what's the score today? 15 A333 for AirAsiaX 8 A333 for TG 20 A332F for Intrepid 5 A321 for SU 1 A388 for rich man A
209 AutoThrust : Its not when its not a Boeing record. Any possible achievement of Airbus isnt worth mentioning anyway and it will avoid a Airbus thread being hijacke
210 Scbriml : I haven't seen any official Airbus confirmation of either of these.
211 Post contains links Thorben : http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nach...ichten-2007-06/artikel-8452446.asp http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nach...ichten-2007-06/artikel-8449964.asp A
212 N14AZ : Have been working all day, too, but couldn't resist of checking this thread every 30 minutes. Very exciting days...
213 DIA : Any A340 orders expected during this airshow? Seems the A350 has really "lifted off the ground"...dampening the A340 program. I guess the A330 can be
214 CWFan : I'm not trying to hijack this threat -- really, I'm not -- but I'm having a hard time assessing where Airbus and Boeing are in total year-to-date firm
215 Thorben : Kingfisher 5 A346 is expected. Those will probably be all.
216 Manni : Yes. Kingfisher is expected to order 5 A346s.
217 EI321 : Ahh. not aertel! Kingfisher is expected to order the A340-600
218 Post contains images Stitch : IT must have ordered the "Airbus Sample Plate", where you get five of each model to allow you to test-fly them all and see which models work best in y
219 Post contains images WINGS : After day 2 of the Paris Air Show Airbus have updated the figures regarding the sales of the A330 series. AIRBUS A330-200 Aercap x 10 Avianca x 5 US A
220 Post contains images Baroque : Correct Schriml. Tues evening, and the raining bit happens to be especially the E coast of NSW. We have a cat 2 cyclone, in winter and too far S to b
221 Post contains images WINGS : Thanks to Manni pointing it out the firm total for the A330 is actually 76 frames and not 72 like indicated by me. Either way I'm sure that this tota
222 Abba : Indeed it is. And also nice to see how it still remains competitive in the martet and able to be sold. It seems not to be as old and outdated as some
223 Post contains links Aminobwana : Please see the first part of the Article by the FINANCIAL TIMES "Can Airbus still afford the luxury of selling aircraft?" The article refers to the sa
224 Helvknight : Doing that would be a good way to get the post deleted and possibly a few days off. It's is a violation of the rules:
225 Stitch : My library system carries the Financial Times via the Internet so I'll get it tomorrow morning (we run a day behind). I don't think it is appropriate
226 Danny : So far it is GE who is a looser on this "cold war". Loss of QR's 160 engines to RR was particularly painful. RR is likely to take over many of the br
227 Aminobwana : I want to clarify: I do not ask of any violation of the copyright rules, simply, when the article is publicized in the Financial Times, to indicate t
228 NYC777 : Boeing: 6 x 777F - GECAS 40 x 739ER - Lion Air (previously an Unidentified order) 52 x 787 - ILFC (2 previously an Unidentified order) 10 x 737 - ILFC
229 Ikramerica : 359 is a great number. How does that break down in pending vs. booked, and which orders were firmed from earlier pending? I know the QR 350s were alre
230 Post contains links NAV20 : Emirates, Air France,US Airways, and Nouvelair appear to be MOUs only at this stage. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...chnology/2003753259_airsh
231 Post contains images Manni : Talking about the A330. Airbus booked her 600th A330 order in december 2006. Now, 6months later, Airbus sold an extra 150 A330s or 25% of all orders
232 Post contains images Atnight : I think we got the picture NAV20, you won't count orders until they come up in the spreadsheet... besides, don't you think is kinda silly trying to p
233 Alfa75 : What's up with that? I just heard about it on the BBC.
234 Post contains images CygnusChicago : You don't understand, Atnight. NAV20 knows so much that if Airbus hired him, they could replace 1,000 designers, 6,000 engineers, 10 corporate strate
235 Ikramerica : There was a lot of pent up demand for the A330F which was finally launched and accounts for many of the sales. I imagine A330F demand will remain str
236 Karan69 : Actually the best selling A330 vaiant the 330-200 series was launched about 10 years ago, and also remeber altough it was launched as a 767 competito
237 Post contains images PEET7G : Just for your information, Seattle Times is in no way related or owned by Boeing... That is an impressive sale! I think WINGS was right: The best day
238 NAV20 : Not even the Airbus spreadsheet, Atnight - the figures that will count will be EADS' order figures in their July newsletter, EADS is answerable to sh
239 NAV20 : Indeed, further to that, Atnight, I discover that all you need to do to confirm that the deals are MOUs is check EADS' own press releases:- "Air Franc
240 Post contains images Scbriml : So, what is the alternative? Most of Airbus's orders so far are firming up of old commitments (still very nice), but still some surprises. To the bes
241 NAV20 : Scrimbl, in fairness, you left out QR's 80 X A350 order. That's definitely new (and definitely a signed order).
242 Scbriml : Yes, but the question was which orders were not previous commitments. I didn't list the A350s as they were clearly a well known commitment having bee
243 Post contains links DeltaL1011man : Aeroflot goes A350 http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/exter...2007-06-20_08-09-08_wla0359_newsml
244 MotorHussy : This just gets too weird... LOL MH
245 Post contains images Danny : " target=_blank>http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm....html And you forgot to add "they will never be firmed up" just like QR
246 SAS A340 : Actually,i didn't believed in this one due to there interest in 787.....obviously i was wrong...
247 WINGS : Airbus is really working hard to book all those pending A350XWB orders. Finally we can put to rest the theory that Aeroflot would not be ordering the
248 Scouseflyer : I reckon that they're taking 22 of both the A350 and the 787
249 MotorHussy : A bob each way you reckon, one for the devil. the other for the deep blue sea. Makes sense, Russia have been trying to come in from the cold for a wh
250 Post contains images SAS A340 : I guess so....
251 RJ111 : It's good to see Airbus (specifically the A350) making up some ground on Boeing and looking healthy again. Competition has certainly brought out the b
252 WINGS : ETIHAD ORDER: A340-600 x 4 A330-200 x 5 A330-200F x 3 Regards, Wings
253 Scbriml : I can't edit my original post, but it's as per Wings 4 x A346, 5 x A332, and 3 x A332F. A380 deliveries deferred to 2013.
254 Macc : WINGS is correct 4/5/3
255 RJ111 : Does that mean the EY have a total of 8 A346s on order?
256 Scbriml : EY engine choice for A330s not yet made, but since GE is not offering one for the A332, I suspect they will be choosing between RR and PW. EY's A380 f
257 Ncelhr : Plus 22 x A350 XWBs. Confirmed.
258 Scbriml : I could barely hear, but I think they just said next "commercial announcement" at 11:15am Paris time.
259 Post contains images WINGS : They sure did. I think that we should also brace ourselves for the upcoming orders as well Regards, Wings
260 Asiaflyer : Congrats to EY and Airbus. This was not really expected. EY also says that they will evaluate A350 at end of this year. I'm wondering why they deferre
261 Pihero : I for one do not think that airlines oprder planes to please A.netters. Re the SU order, is it not the -first IIRC - proof that the 350 is more a comp
262 Ka : Interesting, as EY was supposed to take delivery of the test-a/c from Airbus. Which airline is willingly taking these airframes instead?? KA.
263 Post contains images Scbriml : Nice to see that one firmed, despite the constant claims it was nothing more than smoke and mirrors by some here at a.net.
264 Post contains images Thorben : Yes! This order I especially like, finally some more A346s, and even in the best livery! Congrats to Airbus for firming up the SU A350 order. It isn'
265 Kappel : I suppose you mean that GE does not offer an engine for the 332F. But seeing as their current 332's are already powered by RR, IMHO RR is a given for
266 N484ER : What are the total number of aircraft confirmed so far by Airbus during the Paris Airshow? So far this year?
267 Burkhard : Christmas time in Paris ! Finally a nice A340-600 order - such a beauty! At least that wasn't expected. Or who claims he expected it? Still hope IB ad
268 Scbriml : Mea culpa! Yes, that is indeed what I meant. Thanks.
269 Post contains links and images Danny : Here is how Forbes reports today: "Hazy was the most vocal of several unhappy customers for the A350 and was instrumental into forcing Airbus into a r
270 Karan69 : Rumours suggesting that KingFisher will order upto 15 A350s--i guess we will know soon. Karan
271 Thorben : Yes, the press ignores the fact that coming a few years later is actually an advantage, and that Udvar mainly said he doesn't know enough facts about
272 Pyrex : It is not a surprise, really - if you need a new mid-sized widebody delivered in the next 2-4 years (which a lot of airlines do) the A330 is basicall
273 Post contains images Scbriml : Kingfisher orders 50 Airbus planes! 20 x A320 10 x A332 5 x A345 15 x A350XWB (+5 original)
274 IL62M : Russian news agencies say that Aeroflot has made a firm order for 22* A350XWB today. Any confirmations?
275 WINGS : What happened to the A380 order?? Regards, Wings
276 Thorben : Ha, I knew they'd take A320s!! Nice order, but no A346 or A380 in it? Anyway, can you give the link, please?
277 EI321 : Its not just the A350, GE appear to have decided that they wont offer the CF6 on the A330-200F. Good riddance to them, they will just loose valuble c
278 Karan69 : I am only confused why they went for more A320s considering the DN link. Karan
279 Kappel : So much for the popular a.net joke that they order 5 of each widebodies. Nice order. I hope that they get approval to fly outside India soon!
280 Scbriml : New!
281 Thorben : Must be new, previous where already firmed in Hannover last year. These five are probably the options now converted into firm orders. I think they ar
282 Post contains links Marcus380 : live on Airbus (streaming) http://www.airbus.com/en/myairbus/events/le_bourget_2007/index.html the A380 order is another one
283 Danny : These are AerCap A330s.
284 Scbriml : Currently this is MOU, firm order expected to be signed in a few days. A350s are -800s. Some confusion over A350 order. I'm not clear if the order is
285 Post contains links Abba : Seems rather optimistic given the number on order (quick calculation based on http://www.airbus.com/odxml/orders_and_deliveries.xls says about 284 -
286 AeroplaneFreak : Can anyone give me a list of all orders so far from Boeing & Airbus?
287 Scorpio : Currently going to 9 per month for the A330-340 line, and Airbus is considering a further increase to ten or more.
288 Post contains links Scbriml : Here you go: http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre...s/07_06_20_aeroflot_a350_a321.html
289 Post contains images Chiad : Ah ... these orders are all divide able with 5!
290 Scbriml : Airbus has another announcement "in a few minutes"!
291 Thorben : Damn, I wanted to mow my lawn, but I'm afraid to stay away from the pc that long.
292 EI321 : AFRIQIYAH AIRWAYS have order 5 A320's and 6 A350.
293 Post contains images Scbriml : Afriqia (sp?) orders 5 x A320 5 x A350 Sorry, is it 5 or 6? My sound keeps breaking up. [Edited 2007-06-20 12:28:55]
294 Post contains links PanAm_DC10 : Kingfisher and their commitment to the A350 brings Airbus a launch customer for the model in a market with substantial projected growth. Boeing have
295 Pyrex : Yes but still, you'll get it much earlier than if you order a new B787 or A350 (and the 767 isn't really a competitor anymore).
296 EI321 : Im pretty sure he said 6 A350 at the start, perhaps his own mistake.
297 Post contains images Scbriml : Three more announcements this afternoon!
298 EI321 : There are three Airbus announcements this afternoon, beginning at 2:30 CET.
299 Post contains images WINGS : AIRBUS WILL HAVE A FURTHER THREE ANNOUNCEMNTS THIS AFTERNOON. Let the speculation begin. Regards, Wings
300 Post contains links and images Moo : From the Airbus Kingfisher press release - http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre..._20_kingfisher_50_wide_single.html Oops Someone needs to type slower
301 Abba : So they didn't burn it all the first day - as some would like to believe.... Abba
302 Post contains images SAS A340 : Jesus,is there a end to all this? Whats the total so far?? must closing in to 500 right??
303 N14AZ : Would anybody tell Airbus to stop this!!!! I have to work!
304 PanAm_DC10 : One of the other announcements will be for Libyan Airlines and will be for A32X, A330 and A350-XWB. Regards, PanAm_DC10
305 Post contains images Manni : This is getting really amazing. Mr. Leahy is really taking the piss with all his critics. So Airbus just sold another 42 A350s, concerted another 5 of
306 EI321 : Click on the link at the bottom of the Airbus widget when there is a conference running.
307 Post contains images Kappel : LOL, i know the feeling!! A.net has never been so tempting to check during work time...
308 Deaphen : Yea, come to think of it, what is the final number of A350 orders, MOU's and everything? regards nitin
309 EI321 : Are you sure thats not the order that was announced this morning?
310 Post contains images OA260 : Yes Im gonna get fired if this carries on like this !!!!
311 Deaphen : Im hoping SQ will order 40 XWB's, 20 intended and 20 options (mentioned earlier).Anyone else over here thinks its a possibility? If the 350 is in dire
312 PanAm_DC10 : Yes, except I should have used the term MoU and Afriqiyah Airways is only for 11 frames and not 20. Nor did they take any A330s today which they did
313 Post contains images Solnabo : Have EK announced more orders than 8 X A388 and 748F (dont know how many), or is that it? More 77W / 748I / 787 or A350-1000XWB to EK, what do you thi
314 Scbriml : I make it 449 or 450 (really depends if Afriqiyah's order was 5 or 6 A350s) new orders and commitments. This number excludes the A350 to A350XWB "con
315 Post contains links 797charter : Afriqiyah AIrways orders six A350s anf ive Airbus A320s http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre.../07_06_20_afriqiyah_a350_a320.html EDIT: A320 = Firm or
316 Deaphen : and total 350 only orders till date??
317 Post contains links PanAm_DC10 : STAMFORD, Conn., June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Aircastle Limited (NYSE: AYR) ("Aircastle") today announced that one of its subsidiaries has signed
318 Cloudyapple : Can we have a lunch time summary? I have lost track how many they have booked with whom!
319 Scbriml : Airbus has so far announced 125 new A350XWB orders and commitments. In addition, they have 37 "conversions" from old A350 orders. QR - 80 US - 22 (20
320 PanAm_DC10 : Moderator Note We understand that with over 300 replies that those with dial up connections will start to have trouble downloading this thread. A part
321 Post contains images Maersk737 : What a happy day... Or should we rather say, another happy day ? Cheers Peter
322 Thorben : Aircastle is a leasing company?
323 Post contains links JerseyFlyer : According to Flight the Kingfisher deal is for 15 INCLUDING 5 conversions http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...er-agrees-to-take-50-airbuses.html
324 FCKC : ................it's not finished...............Probably another big surprise coming from the Gulf , either Friday or Saturday.
325 EI321 : The kingfisher clearly said 'twenty A350's' at the conference.
326 Post contains links Moo : Its 15 new plus the 5 conversions: http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre..._20_kingfisher_50_wide_single.html
327 Scbriml : OK, this is the Aircastle one. 15 x A332F Launch customer. Aircastle is a leasing company. This is a firm order, no engine selected yet.[Edited 2007-0
328 Post contains links Gemuser : " target=_blank>http://www.flightglobal.com/articles....html According to Airbus: "The agreement is for 15 A350-800 XWBs in addition to the five conve
329 EI321 : Aircastle order for 15 A330-200F. Aircastle: ''We think it [the A332F] is a real winner''
330 EI321 : confirmed; Aircastle A330-200F order is a FIRM order.
331 Scbriml : Libyan Airline orders 15 + 7 options. 7 x A320 4 x A330-200 4 x A350-800 Currently MOU.[Edited 2007-06-20 15:03:16]
332 EI321 : Libyan Airlines have just confirmed 7 A320, 4 A330-200 and 4 A350XWB. This is currently a MOU
333 Post contains images WINGS : I am indeed very pleased. Libyan Airlines have just announced a further 4 A330-200. They have also ordered 7 A320's and 4 A350XWB's Regards, Wings
334 Post contains links Thorben : CIT Leasing: 25 A320 7 A350 XWB (replacing five earlier A350s) http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nach...ichten-2007-06/artikel-8459542.asp[Edited 2007-0
335 PanAm_DC10 : Ural Airlines 5 x A320s to add to the totals Regards, PanAm_DC10
336 Thorben : About time they do something to replace their Tu-154s. Interesting to see how the airlines in Russia are doing.
337 KL808 : High fives for Airbus. Congratulations Airbus. With all these orders, it is very exciting indeed, waiting to see who else is going to order what. Drew
338 Danny : Looks like JL came to Paris with pockets full of aces. It would be good though to see a new blue chip customer order for XWB.
339 Manni : That would be a gain of 2 A350XWB's and all of the A32S's. The nulber of firm orders for previous A350 version has now decreased 50%. 51 of the 102 h
340 Moo : Anyone find it interesting that most A350 to XWB conversions have been increased by 1 or 2 frames each time? Compensation for the change?
341 Post contains images CHRISBA777ER : I dont think anyone expected such an avalanche - amazing, amazing days. Congratulations Airbus! Although talk of them being "back" are possibly a bit
342 Scbriml : CIT orders: 25 x A320 7 x A350* *not clear yet if the 7 A350 is just 2 new, with 5 conversions. In the engine thread, PanAm_DC10 reported that CIT has
343 Razza74 : It may be a challenge but can someone post the the total orders in one list . . please Razza74
344 Burkhard : Now I no longer have enough fingers to count the A350XWB orders - anybody still has an overview were they stand now? The Air Berlin announcement of 25
345 Post contains links Motif1 : Hi everybody and congrats to Airbus and all the airlines! Take a look at the last sentence of this article about the US order from yesterday's USATODA
346 Scbriml : OK, thanks. So, net gain of 2 A350s.
347 SandroZRH : So Mr Leahy just made the breakdown for the show so far: 548 new orders of which 358 are firm and 190 MoUs. price value: $57.7bn edit: next announceme
348 Post contains images Lionel : Well, its a fast plane indeed!
349 Post contains images Solnabo : Not even your toes are enough to count the 350XWB orders. Micke//
350 Scbriml : I don't think so. Leahy had previously said that Airbus was setting money aside to cover the difference in price between the original A350 and XWB, w
351 Post contains images Scbriml : At the CIT press conference Leahy reported that he had lunch with SUH, and that Airbus are currently in discussions with ILFC about a possible A350 or
352 Post contains images Macc : will there be any further announcements today or can I finally get back to my work?
353 PipoA380 : Damn I learn more by coming to the forum than by being here at Le Bourget!! Incredible day again for orders!! Greetings from Paris!
354 SandroZRH : That's it for today, next announcement will be tomorrow at 10:00.
355 Indio66 : The have one FA who gives everyone a hug as they board.
356 Post contains images Scbriml : Your boss will be pleased to learn that you can return to work! Next announcement will be 10.00am CET on Thursday (first of several on Thursday), in
357 Post contains images Baroque : It must have been one of PMs relatives! I thought the Moderator communication was going to be to ask Airbus to moderate their activities. Still, look
358 Alphafloor : I hope the 17-40 works well Phil ! Great day in Paris !
359 Post contains links and images Solnabo : According to Skyliner Kingfisher have 5 X 340-600 for delivery 2009 -2010 http://skyliner-aviation.de/news.mai...D=18ad92214a2c8915296c5815a4d4bc72 Ye
360 Thorben : But they don't have the 5 A345 in it, so I guess they got it wrong. Sad, I would have loved to see the A346 in IT livery.
361 Post contains images EI321 : Whats the total count now? Im starting to feel dizzy.
362 Scbriml : Airbus summary after 3 days: Monday 18th Qatar - 80 x A350, 3 x A380 Emirates - 8 x A380 Jazeera - 30 x A320 US Airways - 60 x A32x, 10 x A332*, 22 x
363 9MMAR : Malaysia's TV3's 8 pm news revealed that AK has purchased an additional 20 A320s for their LCC operation in South East Asia. The business deal was reg
364 Post contains images Solnabo : Maybe we´ll see the ITs 345 order tomorrow? I really hope so...well, doesn´t matter. They both look good in the c/s. Micke// again
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