speedygonzales wrote:StTim wrote:How many neos have been delivered now?
103 A320 and 1 A321 at the end of April according to the Airbus O&D spreadsheet.
qf789 wrote:Boeing summary up to end of April
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-europ ... SKBN16F1DZ
The Gulf carrier wants to change its order for 50 A320neo family jets, which includes A319, A320 and A321 versions, to take only the larger A321neos, which would likely be powered by CFM engines.
Quote: Air Lease Corp: Can't get the 737MAX 10 "Soon Enough"
Well .. they could start by ordering it, no?
817Dreamliiner wrote:Production list here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... li=1#gid=6
Includes line number for upcoming MAX aircraft.
k900 wrote:How many units? 4 current B757's. Will they go big and really take on Norwegian?
Why doesn't Boeing simply do a 757 and 767 MAX? New engines, new cockpit common with 787, factory wingtip devices and other aerodynamic updates, and some targeted weight reduction. Simple. The business case is not there. Boeing doesn't make planes to compete with Airbus. Boeing manufacture planes t...Jump to post
Newbiepilot wrote:It looks like 787 deferred production costs were reduced by 215 million. Still more than 27B to go, but at least they are making progress.
rotating14 wrote:What if we just accepted the order as that and moved on?
And this order is already included in 2016 I believe.Jump to post
IF Boeing wanted to claim the Title of #1 in sales for 2016, they could have by counting the Iran deal. 668+80 puts them at 748 which gives them the "Top Spot". The Annual sale competition counts firm orders, not commitments. As an example the GoAir order was announced in July as a commit...Jump to post
13. Silly questions, silly answers *Facepalm* ----- To the other users, perhaps I should have set a definition for an MOM, and I'm sure most would agree, though this is just my personal idea. An MOM is an airliner that seats 210-280, 2-class, with range up to 5000nm. Leahy may see the A321 as an MO...Jump to post
Mr. Leahy doesn't really seem to know what an MOM is What....?!? And you do? Whatever the definition of MOM is we should ask the airline CEO's. Boeing778X .... with how many CEO's did you discuss the MOM during the last 12 months? And now to Mr Leahy .... with how many airline CEO's did you and you...Jump to post
georgiabill wrote:Are IR'S orders reflected already in airbus order figures? If so then Boeing should also list their 80 orders from IR.
Asiaflyer wrote:"Aviation Capital Group Signs Firm Order for 35 Airbus A320 Family Aircraft
Here's an interesting read from Reuters about Airbus' December performance. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-airbus-deliveries-idUSKBN14T1PC Orders Quote: "Aiming to stay ahead of Boeing in the race for new orders, rather than deliveries where it lags, Airbus may book for December at least par...Jump to post
Weird for them to call it "92" when 42 were already ordered. I know! The 42 was already ordered in 2014. And often an order includes already unidentified and sometimes lessors. We always have to wait until the firm orders is listed in the public orderbook to know for sure. But it seems li...Jump to post
What a time to be alive; in the past an order of 75 aircraft would have generated plenty of conversation and speculation here. Not so much nowadays, it seems. Good to see more 737-8MAX sales. :) Some people wait and see how many of these frames that might already be in the orderbook as Unidentified...Jump to post
Boeing order is firm
Iran Air places its long awaited firm order at Airbus: Iran Air and Airbus have signed a firm contract for 100 aircraft, building on an initial commitment signed in January 2016 in Paris. The agreement signed by Farhad Parvaresh, Iran Air Chairman and CEO and Fabrice Bregier, Airbus President and C...Jump to post
The order has now been finalized according to Reuters "Iran finalises 100-jet deal with Airbus, first delivery in January - Reuters News http://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-aircraft-idUSKBN1480HJ Also by Bloomberg, but no breakdown of each type yet. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2...Jump to post
Finally, given the small number of A320NEOs in service, the 737Max will not be so late compared to the A320Neo It takes time to ramp-up production of a new type. It will for the Max as well, without any unforseens that might come. Now the NEO production is about 1 frame delivered per day. This will...Jump to post
bahmed22 wrote:Is there an online A32XNEO production list?
Bloomberg: Flynas to Decide `Very Soon' on Order at A320NEO or B737MAX.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... -very-soon
Order could be up to 100 frames for A320 replacement and expansion.
Air Arabia orders 5 A320CEO's
http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engines/a ... a320-fleet
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan ... SKBN13C06P
Reuters report that Obama promises to veto bill that would block aircraft exports to Iran.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran- ... SKBN13A01T
But that is what Dubai is living on. Tourists, trade, banking, shipping etc. Oil and gas is less than 5 % of the economy. And Emirates is bringing those people to Dubai. . Well said. In comparison in 2015 Oil and Gas contributed for 20% or Norway's GNP. I'm bringing my family to Dubai next summer. ...Jump to post
MrHMSH wrote:This must mean that in the long term, a conversion or new order for A320neos will happen, they only have A320ceo orders at present. .
Iranian Deputy Transport Minister Asghar Fakhrieh-Kashan says Boeing's huge deal with Iran Air to be finalized within days Boeing's blockbuster deal to sell up to 80 passenger jets to Iran includes 30 of its 777 jets, four 747-8 intercontinental aircraft, 40 737 Max airplanes and six 737NG jets. Al...Jump to post
Is the -2000 even confirmed ? I think that Airbus needs to add projects to its belt. As of now Airbus has these planes under development (still to EIS): A319Neo A321Neo A330-800 A330-900 A350-1000 vs Boeing: B737Max7 B737Max8 B737Max9 B787-10 B777X-8 B777X-9 But in by mid-year 2017 (if all goes wel...Jump to post
This is a great achievement in just 42 years when you remember that less than 300 A300s were delivered between 1974 and April 18, 1988, and about 120 A310s. Just a little more than 400 frames built and delivered between 1974 and the A320s first delivery. Now they are passing the 10,000th mark. That...Jump to post
La Compagnie says thay're "interested" in the B737 MAX 10.
http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/ ... 737-max-10
The 418 737-9Max orders: 201 by Lion air, 100 by United, 28 by Air Canada, 20 by TUI travel, 17 by AS, 15 by ALC, 10 by Avolon, 10 by GECAS, 10 by TK and 7 by Icelandair. We see against that 1,294 A321neo orders, that is 1 against 3. Lion Air does not have 201 B737-9MAX on order. That's for sure. I...Jump to post
The solution is just to use adblock or ublock for you browser. They're useful everywhere and you can white-list sites that you support and doesn't drown you in commercials.... especially the scam ads.
I doubt 747-8 sales are at a loss. The freighter demand is low, but orders are slowly still trickling in.
Sadly, I think we'll find that none of these are new orders. Lately, Saudia has been structuring many of their deals through the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Finance, whereby the latter will make the actual purchase, then Saudia will enter into a lease agreement with the Ministry for the use of the ai...Jump to post
Please read the article He was sitting in a windows seat (B777 10 seats) and the "big" person in the middle seat spilled over into his seat and therefore basically pinning him against the wall. If this happens on a long flight i fully understand that he is upset and wants to bring this to...Jump to post
If the A321neolr is a must have airplane, then how many airlines have firm orders for it? It has been on sale for two years, but I can only think of Norwegian and Aer Lingus having it on firm order. Who else? The A321neoLR was launched in January 2015 (me thinks) with EIS in 2019. In addition the N...Jump to post
Channex757 wrote:China has a population of 1.5 billion and growing. That's four times or more the population of the USA and over 3 times the population of the EU.
The ideal would be two models to try and pinch Airbus with the A321, but do you think there will be 2 models or just one answer in the MOM/737-10 space? That pinch have better be on superior performance and not on price. IMO there will be some $15 B in developing these two programs. MOM could EIS a...Jump to post