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na
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Tue Nov 28, 2000 5:28 am

Today Korean Air has ordered another 2 B747-400 Freighters.
 
Adria
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Tue Nov 28, 2000 5:42 am

ILFC ha ordered around 80 or more Airbuses from the A320 family and A330. Monarch has sign a contract of 5 A321 so Airbus total schould be around 550 so far.
 
VonRichtofen
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Tue Nov 28, 2000 6:07 am

What about WestJet?? They've ordered 30 737-700's and option to purchase up to 48, was that included in your stats? Or am I getting the years wrong here?

 
 
Hamlet69
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Tue Nov 28, 2000 11:00 am

Adria and VonRichtofen,

Both of the orders the two of you mentioned have already been included in the totals. The ILFC order for Airbus was included in the update from 11/14, and the WestJet 737-700 order was included a few months ago (sorry, I don't have time to look up precisly). The totals are correct up to this point in time, however. . .

Na,

I just finished reading the article on Yahoo! news, as well as the JAL order. However, Boeing has yet to update their site, and I won't include the order in this list until it is listed on their website. Since we are talking about it, however, let me list the orders still pending (announced, but without signed contracts):

Airbus

5 A321 -- Monarch Airlines

Boeing

2 744F -- Korean Air Lines
6 744F -- Singapore Airlines
7 737NG -- ILFC
25 772ER -- ILFC
8 777LR -- ILFC
3 763ER -- Japan Airlines
8 772ER -- Japan Airlines
3 772ER -- Vietnam Airlines

If you can think of anymore, let me know.

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Hamlet69
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Update 11/30

Fri Dec 01, 2000 10:16 am

Update 11/30

Boeing

- American Airlines has converted options into orders on 1 737-800 and 1 757-200.
- As announced in July at Farnborough, International Lease Finance Co. has ordered 7 737-700s, 25 777-200ER, and 8 777LRs. At this time, the subtype for the LR's are not known, but assumed to be -300LRs. The 7 737s have been previously reported as 'Unidentified', originally announced 10/26.
- Already reported, and now confirmed, Japan Airlines is replacing their MD-11s with 3 767-300ERs and 8 777-200ERs.
- Also already mentioned and now confirmed, 2 747-400Fs have been added by Korean Air Lines.
- Singapore Airlines has been confirmed as the buyer of 3 777-200ERs. This order is already accounted for, listed until now as 'Unidentified.'
- Finally, one or more Unidentified customers have ordered 2 777s (subtype unknown) and 6 747s. The 747s are believed to be either SQ's order for more Freighters, or Qantas' recently announced order for the new -400LR. My bet is on the former.

Boeing 2000 total: 580

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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Fri Dec 01, 2000 4:52 pm

Thanks Hamlet 69
 
TWA717_200
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Airbus Wants Recount

Fri Dec 01, 2000 10:07 pm

It is rumored that AI may ask the courts to order a recount of aircraft orders.

Apparently, some airlines did not completely punch out the chads on their ballots. Therefore, some orders for 737's may have actually been intended for A320's.

 
 
Hamlet69
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Update 12/06

Thu Dec 07, 2000 9:38 am

Update 12/06:

Airbus

- First, Airbus has removed the single A319 ordered earlier this year by Mauawad National from their order book.
- Monarch Airlines has signed a contract for 5 A321s.
- In their first order for the type, British Airways has converted options on 2 A321s.
- A group known as Aero Services has ordered 1 A319.
- And finally, an Undisclosed customer has ordered 11 A319s, 6 A320s, and 2 A300-600Rs, the first order of the year for this model. My initial assumption is that this is Lufthansa.

Airbus 2000 total: 480

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Update 12/07

Fri Dec 08, 2000 10:43 am

Update 12/07

Boeing

An Unidentified customer has ordered 9 737s. Subtype is not known at this time.

Boeing 2000 total: 589

A more comprehensive update will hopefully be coming tomorrow or Sat. that will give a breakdown on Nov. subtypes for Boeing. In addition, I've decided make available the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet I've been using this year to keep track of orders. After the New Year, when all of December's orders have been announced, I will e-mail this spreadsheet to whomever wants it. If interested, simply post up a message saying so (make sure you're e-mail is available in your user profile) and I will start making a list (and checking it twice   ).

Happy Holidays

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Hamlet

Fri Dec 08, 2000 10:47 am

I would like that list please. Thanks!
Go Boeing!
 
Hamlet69
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Sat Dec 09, 2000 9:42 am

I can now add a few more details from Boeing's orders in Nov.

- The 2 737s ordered by an Unidentified customer from the 11/9 update are -800s.
- From 11/30, the breakdown on the Unidentified orders are as follows: 6 747-400Fs, 1 777-200ER, and 1 777-300. Since these aircraft were all ordered on the same day, and I know the 6 744Fs are for Singapore Airlines, I am assuming the 2 777s are destined for SQ as well.
- Finally, of the 9 737s announced on 12/07, 1 737-700 was actually ordered at the end of Nov.

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gerardo
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Wed Dec 13, 2000 11:17 pm

Please, dear Hamlet69, put me on the list for this Excel-file. 

And BTW, how many Boeing and Airbus orders have we seen until today? (Without counting the upcoming Virgin order)

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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Thu Dec 14, 2000 5:12 am

Gerardo,

From what I understand, no A3XX orders have been included by Hamlet69......I guess not until launch is certain............that would rule Virgin out anyway.....
 
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RE: Orders Boeing/Airbus 2000 Updated

Thu Dec 14, 2000 10:15 am

I demand a complete manuel hand recount on the total number of orders which were made to Boeing and Airbus companies,I think this may effect presidential race.
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Wing

Thu Dec 14, 2000 10:53 am

forget it pal. it looks like Bush jr. is kicking some serious arse.
 
Hamlet69
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Update 12/13

Thu Dec 14, 2000 11:00 am

Update 12/13

Boeing

- Boeing Business Jets have added 2 737BBJs to their order book. Whether these are BBJ (-700) or BBJII (-800) is not known.
- Per their recent press release, American Airlines has converted options on 2 777-200ERs. The orders for 738s and 752s should come soon.
- An Unidentified customer has ordered 2 737s. As usual, subtype is not known at this time.

Boeing 2000 total: 595


Gerardo,

As shown above, Boeing currently has 595 orders. Airbus (as of Nov. 30) has 480 for 2000.
As Widebody stated, any A3XX order announcement is not actually a firm order until the program is actually launched. Therefore, no A3XX orders are included here. However, as the rumour has it that the launch will be announced this Friday, to coincide with a Virgin order, that could certainly change. To my understanding, the orders from SQ, QF and the forthcoming VS order would all be firm immediately upon launch. The announced commitments from EK, AF and ILFC would then follow, but are more 'binding LOIs' at the moment, and not orders.

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Hamlet69
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Update 12/21

Fri Dec 22, 2000 7:38 am

Update 12/21

Boeing

- American Airlines has signed incremental orders for 1 737-800 and 1 757-200.
- Also, Qantas has confirmed their intent to order 6 747-400LR aircraft.
- In addition, numberous customers have been announced for previously 'Unidentified' orders. They are:
- Transavia Airlines -- 2 737-800
- Hapag-Lloyd -- 3 737-800
- Lan Chile -- 2 767-300F
- Scandinavian Airlines System -- 3 737-600

Boeing 2000 total: 603

It will be interesting to see if any contracts have been confirmed to coincide with the official launch of the A380. That, however, will not be known until the beginning of next year (but still included in the 2000 total).

Happy Holidays,

Hamlet69
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