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Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:22 am

Details of Airbus' 2020 deliveries YTD/per January


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 2 (0)

A220-100: 1 (0)
A220-300: 1 (0)

A32x: 26 (33)
A319: 0 (1)
A320: 0 (4)
A320neo: 19 (15)
A321: 1 (3)
A321neo: 6 (10)

A330: 1 (1)
A330-300: 0 (1)
A330-900: 1 (0)

A350: 2 (5)
A350-900: 2 (5)

Total: 31 (39)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:36 am

Link to previous thread:

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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:47 am

Boeing deliveries per January 2020

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

737: 3 (34)

737-800: 3 (7)
737-MAX 8: 0 (17)
737-900ER: 0 (7)
737-MAX 9: 0 (3)

767: 2 (2)
767-300F: 0 (1)
767-2C: 2 (1)

777: 2 (2)
777-300ER: 1 (0)
777F: 1 (2)

787: 6 (8)
787-8: 0 (0)
787-9: 5 (6)
787-10: 1 (2)

Total: 13 (46)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:40 am

Why has Airbus delivered less aircraft than last year?

The 3 Boeing 737-800's delivered are Navy P-8's, I guess?
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:47 am

Dutchy wrote:
Why has Airbus delivered less aircraft than last year?

The 3 Boeing 737-800's delivered are Navy P-8's, I guess?


My guess would be, that China is not taking any frames in the moment. I do not mean actively deferring, but not taking deliveries as it is. That could also apply to most of the countries around China.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Feb 14, 2020 11:05 am

Dutchy wrote:
Why has Airbus delivered less aircraft than last year?

The 3 Boeing 737-800's delivered are Navy P-8's, I guess?


It fluctuate a little from month to month


The 3 737 was 1 P-8 to US Navy an 2 737-800 to China Eastern (or to one of their subsidiaries) according to Boeing
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Feb 14, 2020 11:07 am

Someone83 wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
Why has Airbus delivered less aircraft than last year?

The 3 Boeing 737-800's delivered are Navy P-8's, I guess?


It fluctuate a little from month to month


The 3 737 was 1 P-8 to US Navy an 2 737-800 to China Eastern (or to one of their subsidiaries) according to Boeing

Indeed, they were the last two of the batch of six for China United that had been sitting for some time awaiting delivery.

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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Sat Apr 11, 2020 5:17 pm

Airbus' March deliveries

A220-100: 1
A220-300: 1
A320neo: 19
A321ceo: 1
A321neo: 10
A330-200: 1
A350-900: 3
Total: 36

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 8 (8)

A220-100: 3 (5)
A220-300: 5 (3)

A32x: 96 (126)
A319: 0 (1)
A320: 1 (16)
A320neo: 61 (64)
A321: 4 (13)
A321neo: 30 (32)

A330: 3 (5)
A330-200: 1 (1)
A330-300: 1 (1)
A330-900: 2 (3)

A350: 14 (22)
A350-900: 12 (19)
A350-1000: 2 (3)

A380: 0 (1)

Total: 122 (162)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri May 08, 2020 3:22 pm

Boeing's March deliveries: 20

737-800A/P-8: 1
767-2C: 3
767-300F: 2
777-300ER: 1
777F: 2
787-8: 2
787-9: 7
787-10: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

737: 5 (89)

737-800: 5 (19)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (13)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 0 (2)
747-8F: 0 (2)

767: 10 (12)
767-300F: 5 (4)
767-2C: 5 (8)

777: 6 (10)
777-300ER: 2 (4)
777F: 4 (6)

787: 29 (36)
787-8: 3 (0)
787-9: 20 (29)
787-10: 6 (7)

Total: 50 (149)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri May 08, 2020 3:23 pm

14 deliveries for Airbus in April 2020

A320neo: 6
A321neo: 6
A330-200: 1
A350-900: 1

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 8(11)
A220-100: 3 (7)
A220-300: 5 (4)

A32x: 108 (183)
A319: 0 (2)
A320: 1 (22)
A320neo: 67 (98)
A321: 4 (16)
A321neo: 36 (44)

A330: 5 (7)
A330-200: 2 (1)
A330-300: 1 (1)
A330-900: 2 (5)

A350: 15 (30)
A350-900: 13 (26)
A350-1000: 2 (4)

A380: 0 (1)

Total: 136 (232)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue May 12, 2020 3:23 pm

Boeing April deliveries

4x 787, 1x 77F, 1x 737-P8

https://www.seattletimes.com/business/b ... s-deepens/
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed May 13, 2020 9:03 am

Details for Boeing deliveres in April and year to date 2020

April:
737-800/P-8 Poseidon: 1
777F: 1
787-8: 1
787-9: 2
787-10: 1


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

737: 6 (98)

737-800: 6 (24)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (17)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 0 (3)
747-8F: 0 (3)

767: 10 (12)
767-300F: 5 (4)
767-2C: 5 (8)

777: 7 (11)
777-300ER: 2 (5)
777F: 5 (6)

787: 33 (48)
787-8: 4 (1)
787-9: 22 (38)
787-10: 7 (9)

Total: 56 (172)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Jun 05, 2020 7:55 pm

24 aircraft delivered by Airbus in May

A220-300: 2
A319ceo: 1
A320neo: 12
A321neo: 5
A350-900: 2
A350-1000: 2

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 10(15)
A220-100: 3 (9)
A220-300: 7 (6)

A32x: 126 (240)
A319: 1 (2)
A320: 1 (29)
A320neo: 79 (128)
A321: 4 (19)
A321neo: 41 (62)

A330: 5 (12)
A330-200: 2 (2)
A330-300: 1 (2)
A330-900: 2 (8)

A350: 19 (43)
A350-900: 15 (36)
A350-1000: 4 (7)

A380: 0 (3)

Total: 160 (313)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Jun 16, 2020 7:38 am

Only 4 deliveries for Boeing in May, and no commercial passenger aircraft delivered

737-800/P-8: 1
767-300F: 1
777F: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

737: 7 (106)

737-700: 1
737-800: 7 (27)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (21)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 0 (3)

747-8F: 0 (3)

767: 11 (18)
767-300F: 6 (6)
767-2C: 5 (12)

777: 9 (16)
777-300ER: 2 (7)
777F: 7 (9)

787: 33 (59)

787-8: 4 (1)
787-9: 22 (46)
787-10: 7 (12)

Total: 56 (202)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Jun 16, 2020 9:34 am

Damm, just 4. It hurts just to think about it...
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:07 am

A little error in my list. Boeingæs total YTD is 60, not 56
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Jul 09, 2020 10:20 am

Airbus delivered 36 aircraft in June, if anything: it could have been worse as Boeing soon will show


A220-300: 1
A320neo: 18
A321neo: 13
A350-900: 4


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 11 (21)

A220-100: 3 (15)
A220-300: 8 (6)

A32x: 157 (294)
A319: 1 (3)
A320: 1 (34)
A320neo: 97 (163)
A321: 4 (23)
A321neo: 54 (71)

A330: 5 (17)
A330-200: 2 (2)
A330-300: 1 (2)
A330-900: 2 (13)

A350: 23 (53)
A350-900: 19 (45)
A350-1000: 4 (8)

A380: 0 (4)

Total: 196 (389)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:06 pm

10 deliveries for Boeing in June 2020

737/P-8: 2
747-8F: 1
767-2C: 1
767-300F: 2
777F: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2



YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 9 (113)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 9 (31)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 1 (4)
747-8F: 1 (4)

767: 14 (22)
767-300F: 8 (8)
767-2C: 6 (14)

777: 10 (22)
777-300ER: 2 (10)
777F: 8 (12)

787: 36 (78)
787-8: 4 (1)
787-9: 23 (61)
787-10: 9 (16)

Total: 70 (239)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Aug 07, 2020 9:06 am

49 deliveres for Airbus in July, not too bad actually. Although no wide bodies

2 A220-300
32 A320neo
15 A321neo

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 13 (23)

A220-100: 3 (17)
A220-300: 10 (6)

A32x: 204 (346)
A319: 1 (3)
A320: 1 (37)
A320neo: 129 (197)
A321: 4 (27)
A321neo: 69 (82)

A330: 5 (24)
A330-200: 2 (4)
A330-300: 1 (3)
A330-900: 2 (17)

A350: 23 (60)
A350-900: 19 (49)
A350-1000: 4 (11)

A380: 0 (5)

Total: 245 (458)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Aug 07, 2020 10:00 am

Someone83 wrote:
49 deliveres for Airbus in July, not too bad actually. Although no wide bodies

2 A220-300
32 A320neo
15 A321neo

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 13 (23)

A220-100: 3 (17)
A220-300: 10 (6)

A32x: 204 (346)
A319: 1 (3)
A320: 1 (37)
A320neo: 129 (197)
A321: 4 (27)
A321neo: 69 (82)

A330: 5 (24)
A330-200: 2 (4)
A330-300: 1 (3)
A330-900: 2 (17)

A350: 23 (60)
A350-900: 19 (49)
A350-1000: 4 (11)

A380: 0 (5)

Total: 245 (458)


:checkmark:
Narrowbody deliveries are not bad at all considering the times.
In face I find it amazing that IndiGo was able to take delivery of 7 planes, and EgyptAir 5 planes.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Aug 07, 2020 1:28 pm

Someone83 wrote:
10 deliveries for Boeing in June 2020

737/P-8: 2
747-8F: 1
767-2C: 1
767-300F: 2
777F: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2



YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 9 (113)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 9 (31)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 1 (4)
747-8F: 1 (4)

767: 14 (22)
767-300F: 8 (8)
767-2C: 6 (14)

777: 10 (22)
777-300ER: 2 (10)
777F: 8 (12)

787: 36 (78)
787-8: 4 (1)
787-9: 23 (61)
787-10: 9 (16)

Total: 70 (239)



How come we count military planes in these totals...
The 737 P8, 767 2C and I guess A330 MRTT?

Thanks
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Aug 07, 2020 1:34 pm

skydiamond wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
10 deliveries for Boeing in June 2020

737/P-8: 2
747-8F: 1
767-2C: 1
767-300F: 2
777F: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2



YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 9 (113)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 9 (31)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 1 (4)
747-8F: 1 (4)

767: 14 (22)
767-300F: 8 (8)
767-2C: 6 (14)

777: 10 (22)
777-300ER: 2 (10)
777F: 8 (12)

787: 36 (78)
787-8: 4 (1)
787-9: 23 (61)
787-10: 9 (16)

Total: 70 (239)



How come we count military planes in these counts?
The 737 P8, 767 2C and I guess A330 MRTT?

Thanks

Because military variants of commercial aircraft are still considered deliveries from the Commercial Division’s side. Same reason they are part of the commercial order book.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Aug 11, 2020 3:40 pm

Boeing delivered 4 planes in July

767F
777F
787 x2

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-boein ... KKCN25721K
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:40 am

Boeing's 2020 year to date deliveries including July

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 9 (115)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 9 (33)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 1 (4)
747-8F: 1 (4)

767: 15 (25)
767-300F: 9 (10)
767-2C: 6 (15)

777: 11 (24)
777-300ER: 2 (10)
777F: 9 (14)

787: 38 (90)
787-8: 4 (3)
787-9: 25 (70)
787-10: 9 (17)

Total: 74 (258)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Aug 13, 2020 8:27 am

Interesting see how significantly impact 737 has on Boeing's delivery

Thanks for the info

Cheers,
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 08, 2020 6:08 pm

13 deliveries for Boeing in august

737-800/P-8: 2
767-300F: 2
767-2C: 2
777F: 3
787-9: 4




YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 11 (116)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 11 (34)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 1 (4)
747-8F: 1 (4)

767: 19 (28)
767-300F: 11 (12)
767-2C: 8 (16)

777: 14 (27)
777-300ER: 2 (11)
777F: 12 (16)

787: 42 (101)
787-8: 4 (3)
787-9: 29 (77)
787-10: 9 (21)

Total: 87 (276)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 08, 2020 6:31 pm

39 deliveries for Airbus in August

August:
A320ceo: 1
A320neo: 21
A321ceo: 2
A321neo: 11
A330-200: 1
A330-900: 2
A350-900: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 13 (26)

A220-100: 3 (19)
A220-300: 10 (7)

A32x: 204 (374)
A319: 1 (4)
A319neo: 0 (1)
A320: 2 (40)
A320neo: 150 (207)
A321: 6 (32)
A321neo: 80 (90)

A330: 7 (30)
A330-200: 3 (4)
A330-300: 1 (3)
A330-900: 3 (23)

A350: 25 (65)
A350-900: 21 (52)
A350-1000: 4 (13)

A380: 0 (5)

Total: 284 (500)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Sep 10, 2020 7:27 am

Someone83 wrote:
39 deliveries for Airbus in August

August:
A320ceo: 1
A320neo: 21
A321ceo: 2
A321neo: 11
A330-200: 1
A330-900: 2
A350-900: 2


There were 39 deliveries, but you listed 40!

One small correction - it was one x A330-900, not two. ;)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Sep 10, 2020 3:01 pm

Someone83 wrote:
August:
A330-200: 1

Is this an MRTT or are they actually still building commercial A330-200?
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Sep 10, 2020 3:04 pm

mxaxai wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
August:
A330-200: 1

Is this an MRTT or are they actually still building commercial A330-200?


Either MRTT or Beluga XL wings
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Thu Sep 10, 2020 3:13 pm

mxaxai wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
August:
A330-200: 1

Is this an MRTT or are they actually still building commercial A330-200?


It was an MRTT
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Mon Sep 21, 2020 10:56 pm

According to AIB family flights page, it seems the Sep-2020 will be an excellent month for Airbus.

Already 42x Airbus planes have performed a delivery flight in 21 days.
2x A220-300
34x A320 family members
6x A350 family members

Of course, at least only the official listing published by Airbus for Sep-2020 will count....
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 22, 2020 6:16 am

T4thH wrote:
According to AIB family flights page, it seems the Sep-2020 will be an excellent month for Airbus.

Already 42x Airbus planes have performed a delivery flight in 21 days.
2x A220-300
34x A320 family members
6x A350 family members

Of course, at least only the official listing published by Airbus for Sep-2020 will count....
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered


I've noticed this too.
https://www.planespotters.net/deliveries
It's almost like BC (before corona)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 22, 2020 10:52 am

September is end of the quarter. Probably going to see an uptick in deliveries for the month from airlines that have started running out of excuses for deferring (that result in no money out of their pocket) and need to take plane or pay deferment fees.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 22, 2020 11:31 am

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September is end of the quarter. Probably going to see an uptick in deliveries for the month from airlines that have started running out of excuses for deferring (that result in no money out of their pocket) and need to take plane or pay deferment fees.

Airbus has never cared regarding delivery numbers and quarters. They are only interested in total delivery numbers at end of the year, there we still regular see the year end rallies like before (also I had seen/read somewhere in last years, that Airbus will like to change it and avoid these stupid end of the year action; it is still the same as seen last year).
Still regular planes are flying form Toulouse and Hamburg into storage but also many, perhaps the same amount, are regular coming out of it.

What can be seen, Airbus is really doing everything to make it possible to deliver a plane.
Regular planes from Hamburg and Toulouse are flown to Xiamin to deliver planes there in China for Chinese airlines. Now two A220-300 for Egypt Air have been flown Montreal to Toulouse, so Egypt Air can perform the customer acceptance in Europe (after last time the Egypt Air crew to pick up A220-300 in Montreal was responsible for a big COVID-19 outbreak in Montreal, as part of the crew was infected).
Airbus is just playing "German", so the big rule: "do not care, just find a solution, make it possible". So if the customer can not come to the plane...the plane has to come to the customer.
Airbus has also done steps to support airlines like with the makeshift transport planes, as we have now seen regular. So Airbus is doing everything to make the customer happy. I just do not see this for Boeing.

Seems, Airbus has found some acceptable agreements with airlines, everything, what is in production has to be taken up (also with some delay e.g.). Everything, for what no first cut has been done, delivery schedule can be prolonged (so instead to deliver an order for a number of planes will be done in just 1 or two years, this can be prolonged to 3 to 4 years).
And airlines still seems to be willed to take up some new planes form Airbus.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Back to the thread title. I am regular following the A220 program. I still see a delivery/delivery flights of additional 2x A220 jets minimum to up to even 5 or 6 planes till end of Sep-2020 (2x Egypt Air, 1x Air Canada, 2x Delta Air in Mobile (A220-300)). Additional already 5x A220-100 have been officially "exported" from Canada to USA (so these 5x shall be already delivered on contract?).

I will not be surprised, if we will see up to/around 60 delivery flights by Airbus till end of Sep-2020.
An when I verify the "first flight listing" at AIB family flights....
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/First-Flight
Is Airbus not already back on Pre-Covid-19 production numbers? Hell, where is the announced reduction in production of A320 family members? Yes, the production of wb seems to be reduced, but for A320 and A220? Back on Pre-Covid-19 numbers or near to them?
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Sep 22, 2020 11:42 am

T4thH wrote:
Polot wrote:
September is end of the quarter. Probably going to see an uptick in deliveries for the month from airlines that have started running out of excuses for deferring (that result in no money out of their pocket) and need to take plane or pay deferment fees.

Airbus has never cared regarding delivery numbers and quarters. They are only interested in total delivery numbers at end of the year, there we still regular see the year end rallies like before (also I had seen/read somewhere in last years, that Airbus will like to change it and avoid these stupid end of the year action; it is still the same as seen last year).
Still regular planes are flying form Toulouse and Hamburg into storage but also many, perhaps the same amount, are regular coming out of it.

It doesn’t matter what Airbus cares about, its what’s in the contract. Airbus does not give airlines free passes because “they don’t care about delivery numbers and quarters”. They want (and in this pandemic need) the airline’s money and want (and in this pandemic need) the airline to take the planes they ordered. Contracts have flexibility over when an aircraft is actually due without a party breaching the the contract and having to pay fees, because of course Airbus can’t guarantee to the day when an aircraft will be ready and acceptable for the airline. But there are deadlines where airlines must take delivery assuming that Airbus has held up their end of the contract or pay Airbus penalties, and usually those come up at end of quarters, end of years, etc.

Airbus has hundreds of customers involving thousands of aircraft, they have not negotiated new delivery/deferment schedules with all of them and if an airline has not come to a new agreement with Airbus they have to follow their pre pandemic contract assuming Airbus still built their plane. It’s why you are seeing airlines like Delta and Virgin Atlantic suddenly taking their A220s and/or A350s this month that were in some cases ready for delivery month ago even they still don’t really need the planes at the moment and are still bleeding money.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:15 pm

Airbus deliveries for September:
5 A220-300
25 A320neo
1 A321ceo
17 A321neo
2 A330-900
4 A350-900
3 A350-1000
57 Total

https://www.airbus.com/aircraft/market/ ... eries.html
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Tue Oct 13, 2020 5:13 pm

11 deliveres for Boeing in september

737-800/P-8: 1
747-8F: 1
767-300F: 1
777F: 1
787-9: 6
787-10: 1




YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 12 (118)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 12 (36)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 2 (5)
747-8F: 2 (5)

767: 20 (32)
767-300F: 12 (14)
767-2C: 8 (18)

777: 15 (34)
777-300ER: 2 (12)
777F: 13 (22)

787: 49 (113)
787-8: 4 (4)
787-9: 35 (86)
787-10: 10 (23)

Total: 98 (302)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Oct 14, 2020 8:00 am

Year to date deliveres for Airbus per September



YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)

A220: 18 (33)

A220-100: 3 (22)
A220-300: 15 (11)

A32x: 282 (422)
A319: 1 (4)
A319neo: 0 (1)
A320: 2 (44)
A320neo: 175 (235)
A321: 7 (36)
A321neo: 97 (102)

A330: 9 (30)
A330-200: 3 (5)
A330-300: 1 (3)
A330-900: 5 (26)

A350: 32 (77)
A350-900: 25 (59)
A350-1000: 7 (18)

A380: 0 (5)

Total: 341 (571)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Fri Nov 06, 2020 7:02 pm

Airbus delivered 72 aircraft in October

7 A220-100
5 A220-300
1 A320ceo
1 A321ceo
22 A320neo
19 A321neo
1 A330-200
2 A330-800
1 A330-900
8 A350-900
4.A350-1000
1 A380-800

https://www.airbus.com/aircraft/market/ ... eries.html

https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSL1N2HS23E
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Sat Nov 07, 2020 6:07 am

And Airbus YTD delivered per OCT:

YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
A220: 30 (37)

A220-100: 10 (24)
A220-300: 20 (13)

A32x: 325 (481)
A319: 1 (4)
A319neo: 0 (1)
A320: 3 (46)
A320neo: 197 (272)
A321: 8 (37)
A321neo: 116 (121)

A330: 13 (40)
A330-200: 4 (6)
A330-300: 1 (4)
A330-800: 2 (0)
A330-900: 6 (30)

A350: 44 (85)
A350-900: 33 (67)
A350-1000: 11 (18)

A380: 1 (5)

Total: 413 (648)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 7:47 am

13 deliveries for Boeing in October

737-800/P-8: 1
747-8F: 1
767-300F: 2
767-2C: 1
777-300ER: 1
777F: 3
787-8: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 13 (119)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 13 (37)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 3 (6)
747-8F: 3 (6)

767: 23 (35)
767-300F: 14 (16)
767-2C: 9 (19)

777: 19 (36)
777-300ER: 3 (13)
777F: 16 (23)

787: 53 (125)
787-8: 5 (6)
787-9: 36 (92)
787-10: 12 (27)

Total: 111 (321)
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 8:46 am

Someone83 wrote:
13 deliveries for Boeing in October

737-800/P-8: 1
747-8F: 1
767-300F: 2
767-2C: 1
777-300ER: 1
777F: 3
787-8: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 13 (119)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 13 (37)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 3 (6)
747-8F: 3 (6)

767: 23 (35)
767-300F: 14 (16)
767-2C: 9 (19)

777: 19 (36)
777-300ER: 3 (13)
777F: 16 (23)

787: 53 (125)
787-8: 5 (6)
787-9: 36 (92)
787-10: 12 (27)

Total: 111 (321)

Thank you for summary. I find it interesting that the 777 and 767 freighters have delivered less this year than 2019. With the positive uptick in cargo, I would have expected 2020 to be higher.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 10:02 am

It's interesting to see that both OEMs have, approximately, the same drop in delivereries of widebody passenger* aircraft.

In 2019 (full year) Boeing delivered 178 pax widebodies, while Airbus delivered 173 pax widebodies.

So far in 2020 (10 months) Boeing delivered 57 pax widebodies, while Airbus have delivered 54 pax widebodies.

* excluding military tankers and cargo aircraft

The A330-900 is the most affected aircraft. It we compare the newest widebody families, the 787 delivereries have gone down by 58%, while the deliveries of the A350 have dropped by 48%.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 11:05 am

reidar76 wrote:
It's interesting to see that both OEMs have, approximately, the same drop in delivereries of widebody passenger* aircraft.

In 2019 (full year) Boeing delivered 178 pax widebodies, while Airbus delivered 173 pax widebodies.

So far in 2020 (10 months) Boeing delivered 57 pax widebodies, while Airbus have delivered 54 pax widebodies.

* excluding military tankers and cargo aircraft

The A330-900 is the most affected aircraft. It we compare the newest widebody families, the 787 delivereries have gone down by 58%, while the deliveries of the A350 have dropped by 48%.


Also interesting to note that the A321NEO YTD deliveries have barely dropped from 121 to 116 deliveries. Even including the CEO, the drop is limited to 22% from 158 to 124 and the last couple of months have been trending upwards.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 5:49 pm

tomcat wrote:
reidar76 wrote:
It's interesting to see that both OEMs have, approximately, the same drop in delivereries of widebody passenger* aircraft.

In 2019 (full year) Boeing delivered 178 pax widebodies, while Airbus delivered 173 pax widebodies.

So far in 2020 (10 months) Boeing delivered 57 pax widebodies, while Airbus have delivered 54 pax widebodies.

* excluding military tankers and cargo aircraft

The A330-900 is the most affected aircraft. It we compare the newest widebody families, the 787 delivereries have gone down by 58%, while the deliveries of the A350 have dropped by 48%.


Also interesting to note that the A321NEO YTD deliveries have barely dropped from 121 to 116 deliveries. Even including the CEO, the drop is limited to 22% from 158 to 124 and the last couple of months have been trending upwards.

Reflects a number of factors favouring NB:
1. Shorter build time and higher monthly volume. Customers have deeper milestone payment commitments relative to WB (% not $'s).
2. Substitution - NB replacing WB on routes.
3. Negotiation - take NB if we can defer WB.
4. Used NB - finding new operators and parts prospects better than WB.
5. Finance - more readily available (other than for pre-existing commitments, blue chip customers, and OEM / underwritten finance, WB on acceptable terms isn't unavailable).
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 6:22 pm

Someone83 wrote:
13 deliveries for Boeing in October

737-800/P-8: 1
747-8F: 1
767-300F: 2
767-2C: 1
777-300ER: 1
777F: 3
787-8: 1
787-9: 1
787-10: 2


YTD 2020 (YTD 2019)
737: 13 (119)

737-700: 0 (3)
737-800: 13 (37)
737-MAX 8: 0 (51)
737-900ER: 0 (22)
737-MAX 9: 0 (6)

747: 3 (6)
747-8F: 3 (6)

767: 23 (35)
767-300F: 14 (16)
767-2C: 9 (19)

777: 19 (36)
777-300ER: 3 (13)
777F: 16 (23)

787: 53 (125)
787-8: 5 (6)
787-9: 36 (92)
787-10: 12 (27)

Total: 111 (321)


Excellent work, Someone83. Many thanks for the effort of putting together all those data.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 6:27 pm

majano wrote:
Thank you for summary. I find it interesting that the 777 and 767 freighters have delivered less this year than 2019. With the positive uptick in cargo, I would have expected 2020 to be higher.


The pandemic shut down production for some time. Additionally, its years lead time for aircraft, the uptick in cargo now just doesn't matter.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 7:37 pm

majano wrote:
Thank you for summary. I find it interesting that the 777 and 767 freighters have delivered less this year than 2019. With the positive uptick in cargo, I would have expected 2020 to be higher.


Boeing has been prioritizing 777 freighters, but there are customers willing and able to take their 777-300ERs so Boeing contractually needs to make them. As for the 767, the freighter line is at capacity so probably just down to pre-allocation between 767F and 767-2C/KC-46A.
 
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Re: Airbus and Boeing 2020 deliveries

Wed Nov 11, 2020 7:42 pm

smartplane> please also consider that narrowbodies are usually used for domestic flights. there are quite a few countries where domestic flying is alright, and airlines do need planes. For instance, in one of the threads there was information that Russia is at 103 percent of last year domestic operation. China is at 97 percent. No wonder that there is money coming in, and older airplanes get replaced

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