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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 1:50 am

By my watch that makes it:

Airbus

Pending*
Emirates - 4 A380-800
Air One - 50 A320


Totals
Gross: 134
Net: 122
Pending: 333

*It also looks like Kingfisher will be firming up some A380 options although these are omitted.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 7:44 pm

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Flyington freighter have firmed up 6 x A332F, and have abandoned their commitment (MOU) for 4 x 777F.

http://investing.reuters.co.uk/news/...0_BUSINESS-FLYINGTON-AIRBUS-DC.XML

Quote:

Boeing deal off as India Flyington signs with Airbus

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's Flyington Freighters said on Wednesday it would not go ahead with an order of freight planes from Boeing after it signed a previously announced $1 billion order for six A330-200F cargo aircraft from arch-rival Airbus.


edit: There was a UFO earlier this year for 4 x 777LR, perhaps its related to the above.

[Edited 2007-05-09 13:00:39]
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 9:08 pm

Airbus April order update

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Israir - 3 x A320
ACG - 4 x A319, 14 x A320, 2 x A321

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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 9:22 pm

Quoting EI321 (Reply 151):
edit: There was a UFO earlier this year for 4 x 777LR, perhaps its related to the above.

Ummm how could it be? MoUs are not listed as UFOs. The Flyington 777F deal never got to firm order , so whether it was listed as a UFO or not is completely irrelevant.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 9:25 pm

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 153):
Ummm how could it be? MoUs are not listed as UFOs. The Flyington 777F deal never got to firm order , so whether it was listed as a UFO or not is completely irrelevant.

I think whathe meant was that this might be someone else taking up the production slots that had been allocated to FF and not turned into actual orders.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed May 09, 2007 9:26 pm

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 153):
Quoting EI321 (Reply 151):
edit: There was a UFO earlier this year for 4 x 777LR, perhaps its related to the above.

Ummm how could it be? MoUs are not listed as UFOs.

Correct, but I was thinking that perhaps Flyington had canceled their MOU (and slots) back then, allowing another airline to make a fresh -LR order with the same slots.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 5:59 am

Thought it would be interesting to compare the value of A & B's order book thru April because of Boeings success in the twin aisle arena, so using list prices I came up with the following:

Boeing Net order value at list prices = 35,419,000

Airbus Gross order value at list prices = 10,370,000
Less UPS cancellation - 2,000,000 (Airbus doesn't show cancellations on their site)

Airbus net order value 8,370,000


Percent of 2007 orders by value:

Boeing - 80.8

Airbus - 19.2
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 7:32 am

Quoting Racercoup (Reply 156):
35,419,000

I think you meant $35 x 109 (three more zeros) or $35 Billion - using the American "billion".
But that is an interesting comparison of the A vs B order value so far. Thanks.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 9:11 am

Quoting WestWing (Reply 157):
think you meant $35 x 109 (three more zeros) or $35 Billion - using the American "billion".
But that is an interesting comparison of the A vs B order value so far. Thanks.

Opps, thanks for pointing that out WestWing.

I got the idea for this thread when I read the "2006 at a glance" bit on the Airbus website. It was stated there that Airbus's target is to have 40 to 60% of the annual order book by value.

Guess they need a new target....
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 9:37 am

Quoting Racercoup (Reply 158):
I got the idea for this thread when I read the "2006 at a glance" bit on the Airbus website. It was stated there that Airbus's target is to have 40 to 60% of the annual order book by value.

Guess they need a new target....

Looking at it another way and taking into consideration actual street prices as noted by the Teal Group and by the Airline Monitor, Airbus' net wide-body order value for Jan-Apr 07 is actually close to ZERO, compared to $26.4 Billion for Boeing!

A330 net 6 @ $112 Million = $0.672 Billion
A340-300 net 6 @ &120 Million = $0.720 Billion
A340-500/600 net 2 @ $148 Million = $0.296 Billion
A350-900 net 2 @ $116 Million = $0.232 Billion
A380 net MINUS 10 @ $190 Million= MINUS $1.900 Billion

Total = $20K

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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 11:27 am

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Firm
Airbus Corporate Jets - 1 A340-600
Aviation Capital Group - 4 A319, 14 A320, 2 A321
Israir - 3 A320


Pending
Air One - 50 A320
Emirates Airlines - 4 A380-800


Totals
Gross: 158
Net: 146
Pending: 311


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Firm
Boeing Business Jets - 1 737BBJ*


Totals
Gross: 326
Net: 316
Pending: 125


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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 11:30 am

Quoting Dhefty (Reply 159):
A380 net MINUS 10 @ $190 Million= MINUS $1.900 Billion

If you are going to do that, one must remember that Boeing have also had 4 747-400's and 2 777-200F's cancelled this year as well. . .


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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 13, 2007 2:26 pm

Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 161):
If you are going to do that, one must remember that Boeing have also had 4 747-400's and 2 777-200F's cancelled this year as well. . .

I figured those in. Boeing's total of 9 747's was reduced to 5 and the total of 51 777's was reduced to 49. So my numbers are accurate I believe. Let me know if you see some discrepancy.

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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue May 15, 2007 2:23 am

ORDER UPDATE:

Aercap x 10 A330-200 (* Pending)

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Order of Additional Ten New Airbus A330-200 Aircraft

http://www.pr-inside.com/aercap-hold...n-v-announces-order-of-r123573.htm

AerCap Holdings N.V. ("AerCap," NYSE: AER) today announced an agreement with Airbus to increase the order of Airbus A330-200 aircraft placed in December 2006 from 20 to 30 aircraft.

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[Edited 2007-05-14 19:24:08]
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 18, 2007 6:41 pm

ORDER UPDATE:

British Airways x 8 A320-200 (* Pending)

BA orders 8 Airbus A320 aircraft for delivery between 2008 and 2010

http://www.abcmoney.co.uk/news/18200773741.htm

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - British Airways has ordered 8 new Airbus A320 aircraft for delivery between 2008 and 2010.

The airline said the order is the first step towards a single short-haul fleet across its network.

BA also said it will upgrade its Gatwick short-haul fleet by replacing the oldest 14 Boeing 737s with Airbus A319 aircraft.


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BOEING WEEKLY UPDATE:

http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/index.cfm

VIP x 1 787BBJ
Alaska Airlines x 1 B737 (previously UFO)
LAN x 3 B767 (previously UFO)


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RE: 2007 Orders

Sun May 20, 2007 12:56 pm

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Pending
AerCap - 10 A330-200
British Airways - 8 A320


Totals
Gross: 158
Net: 146
Pending: 329



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Firm
Boeing Business Jets - 1 787*


Pending
AeroSvit - 7 737-800
Jet Airways - 3 777-300ER


Totals
Gross: 327
Net: 317
Pending: 135


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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue May 22, 2007 1:42 am

ORDER UPDATE:

Petters Gruop x 5 A318 Elite (* Pending)

Petters Group Worldwide orders five Airbus A318 Elites
21 May 2007


Petters Group Worldwide of Minnetonka, Minnesota in the USA has placed a firm order for five Airbus A318 Elite corporate jets, adding to a previous order for one, taking its total order to six aircraft and making it the largest single customer for the type.

http://www.airbus.com/en/presscentre..._PettersGroup_order_A380Elite.html

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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue May 22, 2007 2:14 am

I notice that the pending for one is about equal to the firm for the other and vice versa. This seems odd.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue May 22, 2007 3:24 am

Quoting DeltaDC9 (Reply 167):
I notice that the pending for one is about equal to the firm for the other and vice versa. This seems odd.

It's just a coincidence. I wouldn't try reading anything into it.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 9:39 am

****************************NEW*****************************


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Pending
Airbus Corporate Jets - 5 A318Elite
Air France - 18 A320/321, 2 A380-800
Avion Group - 2 A330-200F


Totals
Gross: 158
Net: 146
Pending: 356



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Firm
Boeing Business Jets - 1 737-700BBJ, 1 787-8


Pending
Air France - 13 777-300ER, 5 777-200F
AirTran Airways - 15 737-700


Totals
Gross: 329
Net: 319
Pending: 166


* - I will try and do a recap before Paris, then start "2007 Orders pt. II" at the beginning of the show.


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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 12:17 pm

So to date, 66% of Boeing's order book is for widebody aircraft. Not bad!
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 1:58 pm

Hamlet69:

Looks as if the AF deal for A32Xs is 12 purchased and 18 leased.

http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/070524/boeing_air_france_orders.html?.v=1

"Air France also announced it will buy 12 and lease 18 A320/321 planes from Boeing's French rival, Airbus."

So will these be leased from AB or another lessor? Or will they be new orders? Did I miss the 12 ordered by AF and you counted the leased 18 as new orders?

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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 2:18 pm

Quoting N1786b (Reply 171):
Looks as if the AF deal for A32Xs is 12 purchased and 18 leased.

I wouldn't give to much credit to that report. Have a look at this error..

"The widebody, twin-engine 777-300ER carries 365 passengers up to 7,420 nautical miles (13,742 kilometers). Air France took delivery of the first 737-300ER to enter passenger service in April 2004, leasing it from International Lease Finance Corp."

Air France is expected to announce this order at Le Bourget next month, until then it looks like it will be the journalists personal interpretation wether they've decided to order 12, 18 or 30 A32S aircraft.  Wink
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 9:00 pm

It's one thing to fat-finger a single digit. It's another to fat-finger an entire sentence.  Wink

For what it is worth, the AP newswire report also says 12 buys and 18 leases, which seems to be what other newsites that mention this breakdown are referring to.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 9:19 pm

Just another A320 order, who cares. Im more interested in their 777s and A380s! Interestingly they have not ordered 777LRs.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 9:36 pm

Quoting EI321 (Reply 174):
Just another A320 order, who cares. Im more interested in (AF's) 777s and A380s! Interestingly they have not ordered 777LRs.

The 787-9 might be enough to replace their 772ERs as well as their A343s. AF does not have any URL services and if they are not stretching the payload over range equation for their 772ERs, a 772LR may be superfluous.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 10:13 pm

It looks like Boeing's and Airbus' largest customers are called, respectively, "Unidentified" (aka "UFO") and "Pending".  Smile
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Fri May 25, 2007 11:25 pm

Quoting Stitch (Reply 173):
It's one thing to fat-finger a single digit. It's another to fat-finger an entire sentence.

Feel free to read the press releases as you desire, but errors might atleast be pointed out I'd think... Until the Paris Air Show I'll give anyone the benefit of the doubt, but expect the same in return  Wink




http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/05/24/bloomberg/bxair.php

Spinetta said the new planes would reduce carbon dioxide emissions and fuel use. The company is buying 18 Boeing 777s, valued at $4.2 billion at list prices. It is taking two additional Airbus A380 superjumbo jets, bringing its total order to 12 aircraft.

The company will also buy 30 Airbus single-aisle A320 planes, giving the Airbus order a value of $2.8 billion. The airline expects to sign the orders at the Paris air show in June. The 777s, five of them freighters, will replace Boeing 747s in the Air France fleet while the new A320s will replace 20-year-old versions of the same model.

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RE: 2007 Orders

Sat May 26, 2007 6:05 am

Something that looks interesting, is that so far, the number of net orders that Airbus has + pending (502) gives it as small edge against the net orders of Boeing + pending (485).... of course, in market value, Boeing would still be in the lead, but that just lets us know that this year's race is actually just starting.... so it will be really interesting to see how many of the pending orders get firmed up for both sides in Paris and how the market share will look after the show.. I know we'll see surprises from both sides...
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sat May 26, 2007 6:09 am

Quoting Atnight (Reply 178):
Something that looks interesting, is that so far, the number of net orders that Airbus has + pending (502) gives it as small edge against the net orders of Boeing + pending (485).... of course, in market value, Boeing would still be in the lead, but that just lets us know that this year's race is actually just starting.... so it will be really interesting to see how many of the pending orders get firmed up for both sides in Paris and how the market share will look after the show.. I know we'll see surprises from both sides...

Is a pending order anything more than just a made up number? I mean honestly I could say that I have 6 Billion dollars in loans pending, meaning I have talked to people about that much but what exactly does that term mean.

To me it is basically a throw away number until something is signed.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Sat May 26, 2007 9:35 am

Quoting Atnight (Reply 178):
the number of net orders that Airbus has + pending (502) gives it as small edge against the net orders of Boeing + pending (485).... of course, in market value, Boeing would still be in the lead,

I'm not to sure about that and if it is, it 'll be with a very small margin. Airbus has 356 pending orders (using the numbers in this topic), 129 are for narrowbodies, the remaining 227 are for widebodies and the majority of these are for the expensive A350XWB's.

Quoting BigJKU (Reply 179):
Is a pending order anything more than just a made up number?

Yes, it clearly is more than that. History has shown us that most pending orders turn into firm orders and most firm orders turn into deliveries. Rarely do pending orders dissapear before they get firmed up. There are always exceptions of course, most recently the Flyington Freighters pending order or the infamous Primaris pending order.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Thu May 31, 2007 1:19 am

ORDER UPDATE:

Avianca

33 x A319/A320
5 x A330-200[/b]

http://www.eads.com/1024/en/pressdb/...irbus/20070530_airbus_avianca.html

Colombia’s national flag carrier Avianca is acquiring 70 Airbus aircraft, including 38 firm orders (33 A319s/A320s and five A330-200s) and 32 options (27 A319s/A320s and five A330-200s).

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RE: 2007 Orders

Thu May 31, 2007 1:34 am

Quoting WINGS (Reply 181):
ORDER UPDATE:

Avianca

33 x A319/A320
5 x A330-200[/b]

http://www.eads.com/1024/en/pressdb/...irbus/20070530_airbus_avianca.html

Colombia’s national flag carrier Avianca is acquiring 70 Airbus aircraft, including 38 firm orders (33 A319s/A320s and five A330-200s) and 32 options (27 A319s/A320s and five A330-200s).

Regards,
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I thought that these were actually ordered in 2006 and listed as an unidentified customer??
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RE: 2007 Orders

Thu May 31, 2007 1:38 am

Quoting Blsbls99 (Reply 182):
I thought that these were actually ordered in 2006 and listed as an unidentified customer??

No, I guess you are refering to the 10 787 that Avianca ordered in 2006 and appeared as unidentified until they made the anouncement last month.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Thu May 31, 2007 4:11 am

Not news now, but:

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RE: 2007 Orders

Mon Jun 04, 2007 10:32 am

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Pending
Avianca - 9 A319, 24 A320, 5 A330-200
Kingfisher - 5 A340-600
Qatar - 20 A350-800, 40 A350-900, 20 A350-1000 (replaces earlier "Pending" of 60 A350-800/-900)


Totals
Gross: 158
Net: 146
Pending: 419


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Firm
S7 Airlines - 15 787-8
Unidentified - 62 737NG*, 11 777*

note - it is believed that most or all of the 737's are -900ER's. This is NOT, however, US, so please do not jump to that conclusion  Wink


Pending
Philippine Airlines - 2 777-300ER


Totals
Gross: 417
Net: 407
Pending: 168


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RE: 2007 Orders

Mon Jun 04, 2007 10:52 am

Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 185):
Pending
Philippine Airlines - 2 777-300ER

Finally, some form of confirmation to go by - have only the Boeing announcement to await. The exchange rate must've really improved a lot for PR to exercise their option this early.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Mon Jun 04, 2007 11:28 am

Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 185):
note - it is believed that most or all of the 737's are -900ER's. This is NOT, however, US, so please do not jump to that conclusion

Thanks for that Hamlet. Any idea how many carriers are in for the 737 UFOs this week? Why do you say they are not for US? Their decision is due very soon. I think I read internal decision by May 31 with public announcement at or prior to Le Bourget. And from what i know it is a very tight decision. Could easily go either way.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Mon Jun 04, 2007 11:42 pm

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Any idea how many carriers are in for the 737 UFOs this week?

Unfortunately, no.

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Why do you say they are not for US?

I have been specifically informed by the most trust-worthy source that it is not US.  Smile

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Could easily go either way.

It certainly IS very tight. Despite all the reports posted in the last month indicating one direction or another, the decision was still 50/50 as of about 2 weeks ago.


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RE: 2007 Orders

Mon Jun 04, 2007 11:51 pm

Do the airbus pending figures contain any A300s? Now t

Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 188):
Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Why do you say they are not for US?

I have been specifically informed by the most trust-worthy source that it is not US.

I dont think its for FR, but I wonder would they ever consider converting some 738 orders to 739s.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 12:01 am

Quoting EI321 (Reply 189):
Do the airbus pending figures contain any A300s?

How could they? Isn't the line shutting down?
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 12:12 am

Quoting OldAeroGuy (Reply 190):
How could they? Isn't the line shutting down?

The last A300 has already flown. Left the coup you might say. smile 

It will be interesting to see what Airbus does with the unfilled order for 5 A310s by Iraqi Airways.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 1:04 am

Interstingly enough if you add the pending plus net orders for each OEM you get:

Net + Pend.
Boeing: 407 + 168 = 575
Airbus: 146 + 419 = 565

Very close.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 3:01 am

Quoting NYC777 (Reply 192):
Interstingly (sic) enough if you add the pending plus net orders for each OEM you get:

Net + Pend.
Boeing: 407 + 168 = 575
Airbus: 146 + 419 = 565

Very close.

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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 3:07 am

Quoting Zvezda (Reply 193):
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

We'll have to see after Paris, but I don't get why Airbus is having such trouble closing all these deals. I hope they are just holding it back for Paris and we'll see 250-300 confirmed orders.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 4:37 am

Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 194):
We'll have to see after Paris, but I don't get why Airbus is having such trouble closing all these deals. I hope they are just holding it back for Paris and we'll see 250-300 confirmed orders

Afaik Paris will confirm that 2007 is about to become another great year for both manufacturers in term of orders. One might start to wonder how long this boom will last.
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RE: 2007 Orders

Tue Jun 05, 2007 7:17 am

Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 188):
Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Why do you say they are not for US?

I have been specifically informed by the most trust-worthy source that it is not US.

Thanks Hamlet. I'll go with your source.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed Jun 06, 2007 7:13 am

Quoting 2wingtips (Reply 187):
Any idea how many carriers are in for the 737 UFOs this week?



Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 185):
note - it is believed that most or all of the 737's are -900ER's.



Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 185):
Unidentified - 62 737NG*, 11 777*

You're right again: Boeing has updated their website and it shows that the whole order of 62 B737 is for the 737-900ER booked on May 25th, suggesting it's one carrier.
Unidentified Customer Unidentified Unidentified 737-900ER CF 25-May-2007 62

The order of 11 777 consists of (at least) three different orders:
Unidentified Customer 777-300ER GE 23-May-2007 2
Unidentified Customer 777-300ER GE 29-May-2007 8
Unidentified Customer 777F GE 29-May-2007 1

The two -300ER might be PR , which recently announced to convert two options.
As the sole 777F has been ordered at the same date as the 8 -300ER it might be the same carrier. Which one? Let's guess!

Further checking of Boeing's site revealed that RJ order of 2 &87-8 has been booked on March 30th. It also shows that on Januaruy 31st LAN has been identified as buyer of 3 767-300ER which is not surprising at all. Also Alaska has identified as buyer of a B737-800 on the same day.
The biggest order revealed is the 61 unit order of TUI consisting of 11 787 and 26 B737-700 and 24 B737-800 booked in Dec 2005 and Sept 2006.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed Jun 06, 2007 8:11 am

Quoting AMSSFO (Reply 197):
You're right again: Boeing has updated their website and it shows that the whole order of 62 B737 is for the 737-900ER

Could these be the beginnings of an AA order to start phasing out 757s on some routes? I'm hoping so, but by the same token think it's a long-shot since AA has started upgrading the 757s with blended winglet kits. That leads me to believe they're going to hang on to them for a while.
 
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RE: 2007 Orders

Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:09 am

Quoting DEVILFISH (Reply 186):
Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 185):
Pending
Philippine Airlines - 2 777-300ER

Finally, some form of confirmation to go by - have only the Boeing announcement to await.



Quoting AMSSFO (Reply 197):
The two -300ER might be PR , which recently announced to convert two options.

http://www.boeing.com/news/releases/2007/q2/070605f_nr.html
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