DAS23: What Were The Final Scores for Aircraft Orders?

Dubai Airshow: What Were The Final Scores for Aircraft Orders?
Photo Credit: Dubai Airshow.

With everything all calm now following the Dubai Airshow, we ask the following question: What were the final scores amongst Boeing, Embraer, ATR & Airbus?

As you may have seen on our live coverage of the event on the AviationSource website, we had an interactive scoreboard which was updated throughout the event.

Now that things are over, let’s take a look at the final scores.

The Overall Tally at the Show in Dubai…

Dubai Airshow: What Were The Final Scores for Aircraft Orders?
Photo Credit: Emirates.

Below is the final scoreboard for aircraft orders at the Dubai Airshow looking at Airbus, Boeing, Embraer & ATR:

ManufacturerDay 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Grand Total
This scoreboard handled firm orders, Memorandum of Understanding & letters of Intent & options as one collective figure. Conversion orders are not applicable in this table.

As we can see from the scoreboard, Boeing stole the airshow, securing orders for 293 aircraft in just Day 1 and Day 2 before calling it a day for the rest of the trading week.

Airbus came in second, selling 86 aircraft, with the orders being more staggered across the week, with Day 4 coming as a surprise due to Emirates ordering 15 A350-900s amidst the arguments over engine reliability on the -1000.

ATR came in third with 20 units sold, thanks to a deal with leasing company Abelo for 20 more 72-600s, consisting of 10 firm and 10 options.

Finally, Embraer came in last, scoring no commercial aircraft orders due to a continued focus on it’s EVE Air Mobility program.

In total, 399 aircraft were sold at the Dubai Airshow, which was well below the expectation of 700-800 aircraft being purchased by airlines.

That being said, thank you so much for following our live coverage over the course of this week, and we will see you at the Farnborough Air Show next year for the same format of coverage!

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