Airbus Starts 2024 With 30 Deliveries & 31 Gross Orders

Airbus Starts 2024 With 30 Deliveries & 31 Gross Orders
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Airbus has this week unveiled their January 2024 numbers, which consist of 30 deliveries and 31 gross orders secured.

The European planemaker is looking to hit the ground running with the year, by delivering as many aircraft as possible and securing as many orders as possible.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Airbus Starts 2024 With 30 Deliveries & 31 Gross Orders…

Airbus Starts 2024 With 30 Deliveries & 31 Gross Orders
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On the orders front, there were two secured by Airbus this month, which consist of the following:

For deliveries, here is the full breakdown of which customers received which aircraft:

  • One A220-300 for Qantas.
  • One A330-900 for ITA Airways.
  • One A321neo for Volaris.
  • One A330-900neo for Condor.
  • Three Airbus A321neos for Wizz Air.
  • Two A321neos for Delta Air Lines.
  • One A321neo & One A220-300 for JetBlue.
  • Three A320neos for easyJet.
  • One A321neo for Air Lease Corporation.
  • Three A320neos for IndiGo.
  • One A321neo & One A320neo for China Southern Airlines.
  • One Airbus A320neo for Air China.
  • One A320neo for Air India.
  • One A321neo & One A320neo for Chengdu Airlines.
  • One A320neo for SAS.
  • One A320neo for JetSMART Chile.
  • Two A321neos for Spirit Airlines.
  • One A321neo for United Airlines.
  • One A320neo for China Eastern Airlines.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how February looks for Airbus, as they seek to expand on their market share as much as possible moving forward.

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