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Boeing And Airbus Delivery Thread #2 2012

Thu May 03, 2012 7:35 pm

As threads gets archived faster than I though here, I had to start a new one

Airbus And Boeing Deliveries 2012 - Part 1 (by Someone83 Apr 9 2012 in Civil Aviation)

Anyway, Boeing just released their April 2012 deliveries, which came in at 51 aircrafts. Compared to 37 a year ago. In addition to 3 787s and 2 747-8i's, the most rare one was probably the first 777-200ER in 18 months

Boeing April 2012
737-700: 1
737-800: 35
737-900ER: 2
747-8i: 2
767-300F: 2
777-200ER: 1
777-300ER: 4
777F: 1
787-8i: 3

Boeing Jan-Apr 2012 (Jan-Apr 2011)

737: 137 (116 +18%)
-737-700: 2 (13 -85%)
-737-800: 123 (98 +26%)
-737-900ER: 12 (5 +140%)
747: 8 (0)
-747-8F: 5 (0)
-747-8i: 3 (0)
767: 9 (6 +50%))
-767-300ER: 4 (4 +0%)
-767-300F: 5 (2 +150%)
777: 26 (19 +37%)
-777-200ER: 1 (0)
-777-200LR: 0 (2 -100%)
-777-300ER: 19 (16 +17%)
-777F: 6 (1 +500%)
787: 8 (0)
-787-8: 8 (0)


Total 188 (141 +33%)
 
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RE: Boeing And Airbus Delivery Thread #2 2012

Mon May 07, 2012 7:56 am

Airbus delivered 51 aircrafts in April, compared with 51 in April last year

Airbus April 2012
318: 1
319: 2
320: 33
321: 4
330-200:5
330-200F: 1
330-300: 5
380: 1


Airbus Jan-Apr 2012 (Jan-Apr 2011)
A32x: 144 (132 +9%)
-A318: 1 (0)
-A319: 12 (13 -8%)
-A320: 112 (101 +11%)
-A321 19 (18 +6%)
A330: 34 (30 +13%)
-A330-200: 15 (13 +15%)
-A330-200F: 2 (0)
-A330-300: 17 (17 0%)
A380: 5 (5 0%)

Totalt 183 (167 +10%)
 
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RE: Boeing And Airbus Delivery Thread #2 2012

Mon May 07, 2012 8:11 am

Quoting someone83 (Thread starter):
-737-700: 2 (13 -85%)

I'm sure WN had an affect on that since their last -700 delivery was in DEC 2011. All 2012 deliveries are for -800s.
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RE: Boeing And Airbus Delivery Thread #2 2012

Tue May 08, 2012 8:13 am

Quoting QANTAS747-438 (Reply 2):
I'm sure WN had an affect on that since their last -700 delivery was in DEC 2011. All 2012 deliveries are for -800s.

As the major -700 customer of course it as a great effect when they switched to -800, but the trend is also the same for the A319, although not as dramatic as with the -700.
 
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RE: Boeing And Airbus Delivery Thread #2 2012

Wed May 09, 2012 1:34 am

Quoting someone83 (Thread starter):
-737-700: 2 (13 -85%)
-737-800: 123 (98 +26%)
-737-900ER: 12 (5 +140%)
Quoting someone83 (Reply 1):
-A318: 1 (0)
-A319: 12 (13 -8%)
-A320: 112 (101 +11%)
-A321 19 (18 +6%)

It is striking how deliveries are so skewed towards the 738/A320 size of the narrow body families.

Quoting someone83 (Reply 3):
As the major -700 customer of course it as a great effect when they switched to -800, but the trend is also the same for the A319, although not as dramatic as with the -700.

I'm sure WN/FL switching to the 738 has much to do with it. It still is dramatic seeing 90% of the 737s going out the door the 738. While the A320 is "only" 78% of the A320 deliveries.

I suspect with the MAX/NEO the ratio will skew towards the largest of the type (A321/739).
I was under the impression that the 739ER production should be ramping up. Does anyone have a 2013 projection? Thanks in advance,
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