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How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Sat Jul 04, 2020 7:06 pm

In the A220 thread, it was noted 7 are complete, ready for delivery:

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We know 370 MAX were delivered, but not flying.

https://www.bing.com/amp/s/www.nytimes. ... g.amp.html

There are "about 500" MAX parked at Boeing sites:

https://simpleflying.com/boeing-737-max-too-many/

Does Anyone have a list if the quantity of 787, 777, A330, A350, and A320 being stored. It is a lit, but I am trying to quantify.

The negative free cash flow at Airbus tells us it is quite a number, but how many are new, built, and deliverable within say 30 days?

https://www.airbus.com/investors/financ ... ports.html

Any sources are appreciated.
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Sat Jul 04, 2020 8:50 pm

Eyes at the relevant OEM facilities will respond quickly.

If you are looking to calculate how many aircraft A (+B) are funding, not a hope in hell. Both are deferring milestone payments to avoid triggering bigger issues for customers. Pre-shipment finance has dried up (the industry was already short of cash with MAX). Take out finance for ready to deliver aircraft is almost non-existent. Again, to avoid technical defaults, OEM's are offering / underwriting post-shipment finance for delivery to blue chip. Ditto for the rest, but those aircraft go into OEM-controlled storage. For customers who have taken the turnkey option, A+B are funding engines, though increasingly we might see aircraft flying to storage, and then engines removed for further ferries. A & B must be close to moratoriums preventing customers from cashing in credits.

Amidst all this, some are still actually funding their aircraft, after increased CAF's, and re-negotiation of retrospective credits (upwards). Cash is king.
 
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 12:49 am

The financial matters will be a sticky situation.

I have my own estimates on when new aircraft will be needed, I would like to know how many are ready for delivery in order to estimate the resale value of used Aircraft.

I'm more interested in the available A320 family aircraft. Mostly as widebodies are so over-supplied... I just want to know the magnitude.

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Re: How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Sun Jul 05, 2020 1:12 am

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Does Anyone have a list if the quantity of 787 being stored.

Have a look at this Excel file from AllThings787: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FH3Y2-vRUgojntPkCSJI5Pd-15rsJ1a0SFCRaT-iqgo/edit#gid=49
That file has multiple tabs, check it out!

Wait a minute, there is a summary:
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 9:46 am

Boeing delivered 0 787s in May. With the production rate still being high, there must be an inventory of some 20 787s. If not more.

And then there are the NTU aircraft.
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 12:08 pm

Airbus has been parking A320 from their Hamburg FAL at various German regional airports, should be ~40 aircraft in total. Idk if XFW is already full.
 
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 12:14 pm

UA has 16 Max built undelivered... two 789 post FAL production testing.. slowed testing actually.
 
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 2:35 pm

As this thread started with; A220:
Please note following two sources are used:
https://www.abcdlist.nl/cseries/cseries.html
https://aibfamily.flights/

A220-100: 4 have performed first flight, but are still not delivered. 3 of them shall be ready to be delivered/taken up after one customer flight e.g.
50051 DELTA: First flight: 07-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 10-Mar-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 11-Jun-2020.
50052 DELTA; First and last flight: 07-Mar-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 01-Jul-2020.
50053 DELTA: First flight: 22-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 11-May-2020; followed by: 3x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 30-Jun-2020.
(50054 DELTA: Only first flight: 28-Jun-2020)

A220-300: 4 have performed first flight, but are still not delivered. All 4 of them shall be ready to be delivered/taken up after one customer flight e.g.
55070 DELTA (Mobile): First flight: 02-Jun-2020; last flight (5th) 25-Jun-2020
55081 EgyptAir: First flight: 14-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 18-Jun-2020; followed by: 1x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 02-Jul-2020.
55086: AirBaltic: First and last flight: 23-May-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 01-Jul-2020.
55087 EgyptAir: First and last flight: 05-Jun-2020; followed by: 3x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 29-Junl-2020.

Just remind, 55088 for Air Canada has been recently delivered:
55088 AirCanada: First flight: 12-Jun-2020; last flight (3rd) 23-Jun-2020; followed by: delivery flight on 04-Jul-2020.

As I have seen/identified: DELTA is not taking up any Airbus jets, neither in Mobile, Toulouse nor Montreal. So many DELTA jets are now parked and ready to be taken up. Other US Airlines as AA, Spirit or Hawaiian Airlines are still regular taking up planes in Mobile.

AirCanada is regular taking up planes /A220.

Egypt Air has recently taken up planes (A320) in Toulouse. So there is possibly a COVID-19 travel issue between Canada and Egypt. So EgyptAir is willed to take up planes.

Do I remember correctly, AirBaltic is not willed, to take up any A220 in 2020 (but also willed to take up further A220 orders earlier?)

JetBlue has confirmed to take up A220 as scheduled.

Air Vanatu will not take up any A220 in 2020.

Air Austral: I do not know.

One last left for Swiss: LH group and Swiss are regular taking up planes as scheduled.

Breeze/Azimuth: these deliveries are scheduled for 2021?
 
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Sun Jul 05, 2020 2:58 pm

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We know 370 MAX were delivered, but not flying.

https://www.bing.com/amp/s/www.nytimes. ... g.amp.html

There are "about 500" MAX parked at Boeing sites:

https://simpleflying.com/boeing-737-max-too-many/


I took a decent look at the last 10-Q filing. It show Commercial Airplane inventory value, speaks a lot to circumstances of MAX delayed deliveries, but I didn't find an aircraft count, and certainly not ready-for-delivery by type.
 
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Re: How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Mon Jul 06, 2020 2:28 am

MIflyer12 wrote:
lightsaber wrote:
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We know 370 MAX were delivered, but not flying.

https://www.bing.com/amp/s/www.nytimes. ... g.amp.html

There are "about 500" MAX parked at Boeing sites:

https://simpleflying.com/boeing-737-max-too-many/


I took a decent look at the last 10-Q filing. It show Commercial Airplane inventory value, speaks a lot to circumstances of MAX delayed deliveries, but I didn't find an aircraft count, and certainly not ready-for-delivery by type.

I too looked at financial data and found lots of $$ totals, but nothing on types and quantities.

Airlines ready to accept deliveries in quantity for a few years will be rare. I suspect they will be made interesting offers

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Re: How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Mon Jul 06, 2020 2:36 am

T4thH wrote:
As this thread started with; A220:
Please note following two sources are used:
https://www.abcdlist.nl/cseries/cseries.html
https://aibfamily.flights/

A220-100: 4 have performed first flight, but are still not delivered. 3 of them shall be ready to be delivered/taken up after one customer flight e.g.
50051 DELTA: First flight: 07-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 10-Mar-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 11-Jun-2020.
50052 DELTA; First and last flight: 07-Mar-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 01-Jul-2020.
50053 DELTA: First flight: 22-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 11-May-2020; followed by: 3x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 30-Jun-2020.
(50054 DELTA: Only first flight: 28-Jun-2020)

A220-300: 4 have performed first flight, but are still not delivered. All 4 of them shall be ready to be delivered/taken up after one customer flight e.g.
55070 DELTA (Mobile): First flight: 02-Jun-2020; last flight (5th) 25-Jun-2020
55081 EgyptAir: First flight: 14-Mar-2020; last flight (3rd) 18-Jun-2020; followed by: 1x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 02-Jul-2020.
55086: AirBaltic: First and last flight: 23-May-2020; followed by: 4x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 01-Jul-2020.
55087 EgyptAir: First and last flight: 05-Jun-2020; followed by: 3x Engine Run & Taxi Checks, last 29-Junl-2020.

Just remind, 55088 for Air Canada has been recently delivered:
55088 AirCanada: First flight: 12-Jun-2020; last flight (3rd) 23-Jun-2020; followed by: delivery flight on 04-Jul-2020.

As I have seen/identified: DELTA is not taking up any Airbus jets, neither in Mobile, Toulouse nor Montreal. So many DELTA jets are now parked and ready to be taken up. Other US Airlines as AA, Spirit or Hawaiian Airlines are still regular taking up planes in Mobile.

AirCanada is regular taking up planes /A220.

Egypt Air has recently taken up planes (A320) in Toulouse. So there is possibly a COVID-19 travel issue between Canada and Egypt. So EgyptAir is willed to take up planes.

Do I remember correctly, AirBaltic is not willed, to take up any A220 in 2020 (but also willed to take up further A220 orders earlier?)

JetBlue has confirmed to take up A220 as scheduled.

Air Vanatu will not take up any A220 in 2020.

Air Austral: I do not know.

One last left for Swiss: LH group and Swiss are regular taking up planes as scheduled.

Breeze/Azimuth: these deliveries are scheduled for 2021?

You make an interesting point on who is accepting A220 deliveries. Looking at airfleets, Delta last accepted February builds:
https://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-csr-50050.htm

AirBaltic is doing an interesting negotiation by not accepting 2020, but then accelerating and possibly even a top off order.

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Mon Jul 06, 2020 5:55 am

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Airbus has been parking A320 from their Hamburg FAL at various German regional airports, should be ~40 aircraft in total. Idk if XFW is already full.


I know that ERF is used for storage by Airbus. On a photo from a Erfurt ballooning club at Facebook I count 23 A32X in different airline colours.

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Mon Jul 06, 2020 6:00 pm

...and according to some news outlets there are 15 more in RLG.
Source (German only and behind paywall, sorry): Ostsee-Zeitung
 
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Mon Jul 06, 2020 7:17 pm

So, for A320
XFW~40
ERF: 23
RLG:15
or 78 stored
Plus, TLS, BFM, and TSN

That is an interesting sum.

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Mon Jul 06, 2020 8:13 pm

lightsaber wrote:
So, for A320
XFW~40
ERF: 23
RLG:15
or 78 stored
Plus, TLS, BFM, and TSN

That is an interesting sum.

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Are all these aircraft undelivered? Is it possible that some of them have already been handed over to their customers but that for some reason the delivery flight is actually postponed?
 
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Tue Jul 07, 2020 5:56 am

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Are all these aircraft undelivered? Is it possible that some of them have already been handed over to their customers but that for some reason the delivery flight is actually postponed?


At least in this Facebook post from Erfurt Airport they are still on the German register. But I was told by someone near the airport that there is activity, e.g. sometimes one of the planes leaves and another one arrives.
 
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Tue Jul 07, 2020 8:59 am

Just go to "AIBfamily" flights page, folder: flights, ferried flights and you can see all the flights "After storage" and "For storage". The flights are accordingly marked.

https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Ferried
 
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Tue Jul 07, 2020 11:30 am

tomcat wrote:
lightsaber wrote:
So, for A320
XFW~40
ERF: 23
RLG:15
or 78 stored
Plus, TLS, BFM, and TSN

That is an interesting sum.

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Are all these aircraft undelivered? Is it possible that some of them have already been handed over to their customers but that for some reason the delivery flight is actually postponed?


You don't pay for an aircraft (and get the title) if you can't fly away unless there is a cabin fitting agreement or similar in place. But taking delivery without being present and letting the manufacturer store it somewhere should be out of the question.
 
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Airbus has now fast increased the numbers of deliveries. They had few deliveries in May but since around 05-Jun-2020, the numbers are fast rising.

01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
05-Jul-2020: it is a Sunday.
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family.
So already 17 jets in 7 days. Airbus is really hard working, to get the jets out. And they really trying everything, to make it possible to deliver them, like electronic signature and take up process, so no officials have to come e.g.
Used source:
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered/0,15
 
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Wed Jul 08, 2020 8:34 pm

tomcat wrote:
lightsaber wrote:
So, for A320
XFW~40
ERF: 23
RLG:15
or 78 stored
Plus, TLS, BFM, and TSN

That is an interesting sum.

Lightsaber


Are all these aircraft undelivered? Is it possible that some of them have already been handed over to their customers but that for some reason the delivery flight is actually postponed?

A few of them were already delivered on contract, for example MSN 9210 for Capital Airlines, which is stored in ERF.
Source: https://aibfamily.flights/A320/9210
 
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Sat Jul 18, 2020 7:45 am

This week there is news that Airbus will park up to 15 undelivered A320 series planes at BWE starting in August.
Source: (in German) https://www.braunschweiger-zeitung.de/b ... platz.html

Apparently they are running out of storage space at XFW, ERF and RLG.
 
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Sat Jul 18, 2020 8:16 pm

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Airbus has now fast increased the numbers of deliveries. They had few deliveries in May but since around 05-Jun-2020, the numbers are fast rising.

01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
05-Jul-2020: it is a Sunday.
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family.
So already 17 jets in 7 days. Airbus is really hard working, to get the jets out. And they really trying everything, to make it possible to deliver them, like electronic signature and take up process, so no officials have to come e.g.
Used source:
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered/0,15

But how many have physically been delivered versus stored? For those physically delivered, how many have Airbus received the full (or even partial) delivery milestone payment? For how many has Airbus (or related parties) had to finance the delivery milestone payment (or take out the pre-shipment finance)?
 
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Sun Jul 26, 2020 11:46 am

T4thH wrote:
Airbus has now fast increased the numbers of deliveries. They had few deliveries in May but since around 05-Jun-2020, the numbers are fast rising.

01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
05-Jul-2020: it is a Sunday.
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family.
So already 17 jets in 7 days. Airbus is really hard working, to get the jets out. And they really trying everything, to make it possible to deliver them, like electronic signature and take up process, so no officials have to come e.g.
Used source:
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered/0,15


Let us update the listing:
01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family
(08-Jul-2020: 1x A330 MRTT)
09-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
10-Jul-2020: 3 jets, 2x A320 family and 1x A350
13-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
17-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
18-Jul-2020: 1 jet, A320 family
20-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family.
22-Jul-2020: 2 jets, 2x A320 family
23-Jul-2020: 7 jets, 7x A320 family
24-Jul-2020: 2 jets: 2x A320 family.

So till now, 34x commercial jets have been delivered in Jul-2020 and one A330 MRTT.
1x A220; 31x A320 family and 1x A350.
For A220: 5x A220-100 (4 of them ready to be taken up) and 6x A220-300 (of them 4x ready to be taken up) have performed flights and are parked in Montreal and Mobile. It is possible to see 3 additional deliveries in Jul-2020: An Egypt air team is now since last week in Montreal, to pick up two additional A220-300, so 2x A220-300 for Egypt air and 1x A220-300 for Air Canada. Of the other completed: One A220-300 will be taken up this year, as confirmed by Air Baltic, but not earlier than Sep-2020; seems Delta Airlines is still not taking up any planes since start of the Covid-19 crisis. 7 A220 are waiting to be taken up by Delta.

Source as regular: https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered
 
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An Egypt air team is now since last week in Montreal, to pick up two additional A220-300, so 2x A220-300 for Egypt air and 1x A220-300 for Air Canada. Of the other completed: One A220-300 will be taken up this year, as confirmed by Air Baltic, but not earlier than Sep-2020; seems Delta Airlines is still not taking up any planes since start of the Covid-19 crisis. 7 A220 are waiting to be taken up by Delta.

Canada requires visitors to commit to a 14 day quarantine. The EgyptAir delivery crews my be waiting this out for any acceptance flights before taking delivery. This could also be impacting the Delta Montreal multiple deliveries. This might require specific allowance in rules (which they were not willing to do for The Blue Jays home games)
 
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yyztpa2 wrote:
T4thH wrote:
An Egypt air team is now since last week in Montreal, to pick up two additional A220-300, so 2x A220-300 for Egypt air and 1x A220-300 for Air Canada. Of the other completed: One A220-300 will be taken up this year, as confirmed by Air Baltic, but not earlier than Sep-2020; seems Delta Airlines is still not taking up any planes since start of the Covid-19 crisis. 7 A220 are waiting to be taken up by Delta.

Canada requires visitors to commit to a 14 day quarantine. The EgyptAir delivery crews my be waiting this out for any acceptance flights before taking delivery. This could also be impacting the Delta Montreal multiple deliveries. This might require specific allowance in rules (which they were not willing to do for The Blue Jays home games)

Regarding Delta; there are now Airbus planes, ready to be taken up, parked in Hamburg, Toulouse, Montreal and even in Mobile, USA. They taken up the last plane in Mar-2020, other airlines like Frontier or AA have taken up planes regular. So Delta is just not willed, to take up any planes now and as long there is an agreement between Airbus and Delta, it will be OK of course.
Regarding EgyptAir: The A220-300 SU-GEX (55058) coming from Cairo, has visited Montreal on 22-Jul-2020 and left again on 24-Jul-2020 on the way to Cairo (over Dublin). So the Egypt air crews are now since last Wednesday in Montreal.
55081 has performed the Customer acceptance flight on 23-Jul-2020, 55087, the second flight on 24-Jul-2020.
 
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T4thH wrote:
Let us update the listing:
01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family
(08-Jul-2020: 1x A330 MRTT)
09-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
10-Jul-2020: 3 jets, 2x A320 family and 1x A350
13-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
17-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
18-Jul-2020: 1 jet, A320 family
20-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family.
22-Jul-2020: 2 jets, 2x A320 family
23-Jul-2020: 7 jets, 7x A320 family
24-Jul-2020: 2 jets: 2x A320 family.

So till now, 34x commercial jets have been delivered in Jul-2020 and one A330 MRTT.
1x A220; 31x A320 family and 1x A350.
For A220: 5x A220-100 (4 of them ready to be taken up) and 6x A220-300 (of them 4x ready to be taken up) have performed flights and are parked in Montreal and Mobile. It is possible to see 3 additional deliveries in Jul-2020: An Egypt air team is now since last week in Montreal, to pick up two additional A220-300, so 2x A220-300 for Egypt air and 1x A220-300 for Air Canada. Of the other completed: One A220-300 will be taken up this year, as confirmed by Air Baltic, but not earlier than Sep-2020; seems Delta Airlines is still not taking up any planes since start of the Covid-19 crisis. 7 A220 are waiting to be taken up by Delta.

Source as regular: https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered

The devil is in the detail. Of those delivered, how many are stored under the control of the OEM and / or financiers? Of those delivered, how many have had milestone payments deferred, discounted or re-financed by the OEM or related parties?
 
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Tue Jul 28, 2020 1:57 pm

According to German sources Airbus is apparently starting from Augusts to also rent 15 parking bays at BWE in order to park undelivered Aircraft, since they are running out of space at other airports. Furthermore it is stated that currently 22 ACs are parked at ERF, 14 at RLG and 3 at DRS all in addition to the parked aircraft at the Hamburg factory.

Source about parking of undelivered aircraft, not behind a paywall, in German
https://www.aerotelegraph.com/airbus-pa ... aunschweig
 
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Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:07 pm

Has anybody seen the Leeham article on what Airbus's actual backlog is if they have to apply ASC606?
 
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Wed Jul 29, 2020 8:38 pm

So per Juli 27th:

Airbus, total: 166

Breakdown:
A220 11
A320 112
A330 14
A350 25
A380 4

Boeing, total: 462

Break down:
737 423
747-8F 2
767 1
777 5
787 31

Link

Interesting that two B747F remain undelivered, I thought there was a shortage of cargo a/c. Quite a sizeable fleet of perfectly flyable a/c doing nothing.
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PS quite amazing to realize that. (with. the exception of the 737MAX of course (currently 423 waiting to be delivered) there are around 200 a/c to be delivered while on. January first there were only 28 a/c.
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Re: How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Wed Jul 29, 2020 9:19 pm

Dutchy wrote:
So per Juli 27th:

Airbus, total: 166

Breakdown:
A220 11
A320 112
A330 14
A350 25
A380 4

Boeing, total: 462

Break down:
737 423
747-8F 2
767 1
777 5
787 31

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Interesting that two B747F remain undelivered, I thought there was a shortage of cargo a/c. Quite a sizeable fleet of perfectly flyable a/c doing nothing.

Wow. If the MAX could be delivered, the stored widebodies are comparable in quantity...

Scary.

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Re: How many aircraft waiting for delivery at Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer?

Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:40 am

T4thH wrote:
T4thH wrote:
Airbus has now fast increased the numbers of deliveries. They had few deliveries in May but since around 05-Jun-2020, the numbers are fast rising.

01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
05-Jul-2020: it is a Sunday.
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family.
So already 17 jets in 7 days. Airbus is really hard working, to get the jets out. And they really trying everything, to make it possible to deliver them, like electronic signature and take up process, so no officials have to come e.g.
Used source:
https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered/0,15


Let us update the listing:
01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family
(08-Jul-2020: 1x A330 MRTT)
09-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
10-Jul-2020: 3 jets, 2x A320 family and 1x A350
13-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
17-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
18-Jul-2020: 1 jet, A320 family
20-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family.
22-Jul-2020: 2 jets, 2x A320 family
23-Jul-2020: 7 jets, 7x A320 family
24-Jul-2020: 2 jets: 2x A320 family.

So till now, 34x commercial jets have been delivered in Jul-2020 and one A330 MRTT.
1x A220; 31x A320 family and 1x A350.
For A220: 5x A220-100 (4 of them ready to be taken up) and 6x A220-300 (of them 4x ready to be taken up) have performed flights and are parked in Montreal and Mobile. It is possible to see 3 additional deliveries in Jul-2020: An Egypt air team is now since last week in Montreal, to pick up two additional A220-300, so 2x A220-300 for Egypt air and 1x A220-300 for Air Canada. Of the other completed: One A220-300 will be taken up this year, as confirmed by Air Baltic, but not earlier than Sep-2020; seems Delta Airlines is still not taking up any planes since start of the Covid-19 crisis. 7 A220 are waiting to be taken up by Delta.

Source as regular: https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered


Let us complete the listing for Jul-2019.
01-Jul-2020: 7 jets 6x A320 family, 1x A350
02-Jul-2020: 1 jet. A320
03-Jul-2020: 2 jets. 2x A320 family
04-Jul-2020: 1 jet A220-300
06-Jul-2020: 1 jet A320
07-Jul-2020: 5 jets 5 x A320 family
(08-Jul-2020: 1x A330 MRTT)
09-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
10-Jul-2020: 3 jets, 2x A320 family and 1x A350
13-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
17-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family
18-Jul-2020: 1 jet, A320 family
20-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family.
22-Jul-2020: 2 jets, 2x A320 family
23-Jul-2020: 7 jets, 7x A320 family
24-Jul-2020: 2 jets: 2x A320 family.
27-Jul-2020: 3 jets, 3x A320 family
28-Jul-2020: 1 jet, 1x A320 family.
29-Jul-2020: 5 jets, 5x A320 family
30-Jul-2020: 6 jets, 2x A220-300 and 4x A320 family
31-Jul-2020: 5 jets, 1x A350 and 4x A320 family.

So in total 56x commercial jets have been delivered in Jul-2020 and one A330 MRTT.
3x A220-300; 50x A320 family and 3x A350 (+1x A330 MRTT).

These are excellent numbers now for Airbus in COVID-19 times. The number of 53 smallbodies is good and shall be higher than the up to date production rate (around 3 to 4 A220/month and 40 A320 family/month). That only 4 widebodies have been delivered (and of them one military) is not good /2x A330 and 6xA350 per month). Seems, airlines are willed to take up sb but not/much less wb (as expected).

Source as regular: https://aibfamily.flights/flight-activity/Delivered

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