Orders And Deliveries

Cebu Pacific receives first Airbus A330neo; targets all-neo fleet by 2027

Cebu Pacific’s new A330 neo will be operated within the Philippines, Asia, and on longer range flights to Australia and the Middle East  ...


Airbus deliveries flat at 40 aircraft in September ‌2021

Airbus delivered 40 aircraft in September 2021, meaning it needs to deliver 176 in the final quarter to meet its annual target  ...


Airbus delivers 40 jets, records a spike in orders received

Airbus delivered 40 planes to 25 customers in August and posted a record number of orders received in 2021.  ...


United expects 1st month of positive income, amidst massive 270 aircraft order

United Airlines expects to post positive pre-tax income in July 2021. This follows news of the carrier’s record Boeing aircraft order....


Boeing overshadows Airbus with 73 aircraft orders in May 2021

Boeing ended May 2021 by overshadowing Airbus with aircraft orders....


Ryanair to receive first Boeing 737 MAX in coming days

Ryanair set to take first 737 MAX delivery from firm order of 210 aircraft, O’Leary confirms....


Airbus considers lawsuit action over defaulting airlines

As the industry continues to grapple with the effects caused by the coronavirus crisis, the tension between aircraft manufacturers and airlines has risen as Airbus announced at the end of last week that court action may be taken against airlines defaulting on their contracts. Many airlines across the board have been reluctant on taking on more aircraft due to the decline in air travel and as a measure to save money, some carriers are seeking ways...


Airbus reveals no new plane cancellations in April 2020

At the end of April 2020, Airbus CEO called the COVID-19 “the greatest crisis”, saying the company, and its commercial aircraft division in particular, gravely felt in its numbers. However, it now appears that the European plane maker managed to avoid cancellations, as the number of aircraft clients are no longer willing to buy remained the same as in the previous month. ...


Did Paris Airshow 2019 meet industry’s expectations?

The Paris Air Show 2019 reigned the headlines all throughout last week, June 17-23, with big deals, new aircraft unveilings and innovation in autonomous and electric flight taking the center stage at the event. But expectations coming into the show had been low for the world’s two largest aircraft manufacturers, Airbus and Boeing. Was it all negative in the end?...


Boeing’s GE9X engine problems to affect 777X’s first flight?

Troubles continue at Boeing, and this time they revolve around the much anticipated 777X jetliner. Reports surfaced last week revealing that the company is facing challenges with General Electric’s new GE9X engine – the largest turbine engine purpose-built for the 777X jet. With the plane’s assembly delays and other hiccups, how might this impact the airliner deliveries target?...