LONDON – Airbus has today reported its order and delivery numbers for January 2022.
On the deliveries front, it delivered 30 aircraft to 20 different customers around the world.
The following airlines received aircraft from the European manufacturer this month:
- AerCap (Loong Air) – One A321neo.
- Comlux – One A220-100.
- China Southern Airlines – One A321neo.
- Singapore Airlines – One A350-900.
- Spirit Airlines – Two A320neo.
- Air Lease Corporation (Sichuan Airlines) – One A321neo.
- NAS Aviation Services (Starlux Airlines) – One A321neo.
- IndiGo – Two Airbus A320neos & One A321neo.
- easyJet – One Airbus A320neo & One A321neo.
- AerCap (S7 Airlines) – One A321neo.
- Frontier Airlines – One A320neo.
- Bocomm Leasing (Air China) – One A320neo.
- Delta Air Lines – Two A350-900s & One A220-100.
- Qingdao Airlines – One A320neo & One A321neo.
- Aviation Capital Group (Starlux Airlines) – One A321neo.
- CALC (China Eastern Airlines) – One A320neo.
- Iberia – One A320neo.
- Spring Airlines – One A320neo.
- SMBC Aviation Capital (Ural Airlines) – One A321neo.
- Air France – One A350-900.
- American Airlines – Two A321neo.
- Bocomm Leasing (Sichuan Airlines) – One A320neo.
On the orders front, it received orders for 36 aircraft.
This 36 broke down into the 22 aircraft order from Azorra Aviation for two A220-100 and 20 A220-300 aircraft.
The other two were from undisclosed customers ordering a combined eight A321neo and six A320neo.
The backlog for Airbus, based on January 2022, is at a healthy 7,036 aircraft, with the above table showing the backlog for each category of aircraft.
In all, it has been a good start to 2022 for Airbus, keeping it solid and controlled in terms of its deliveries and orders.