Articles Tagged ‘Boeing’
Despite its industrial problems Boeing did deliver 12 new aircraft in September but Airbus delivered 34. Who took delivery of a new A340 and who received Boeing’s only two new widebodies last month? Which Chinese airlines received a brace of Airbus?
The French holiday season hit Airbus’ delivery rate in August though Boeing’s September is likely to be even worse. No four-engine aircraft were delivered by Airbus while none of Boeing’s 36 new deliveries were to Ryanair. So who did get the keys to the new aircraft last month?
Airbus/Boeing: Southwest first to reach 25 new deliveries in 2008; Emirates finally receives its first A380
Boeing’s deliveries fell a bit in July as staff took hard-earned vacations. Airbus extended its lead for the year to nine as both manufacturers passed the 250 delivery mark. Which carriers received most aircraft and which airline surprisingly didn’t receive any at all in July?
Boeing slightly outdelivered Airbus in June as between them they supplied 90 new aircraft to the world’s airlines. The usual suspects were busy collecting more keys but Air One and Kingfisher received important elements of their fleet development. Oh, and SIA got another A380.
Airbus and Boeing again delivered 79 aircraft in May (same as in April) with A320s and 737s once again dominating. Ryanair received no new aircraft but has still received the most new aircraft in 2008 (along with Southwest). But which legacy leads the Airbus delivery table in 2008?
Airbus and Boeing delivered 79 aircraft in April, down from the peak of 90 in March. No airline received more than two Airbus but four airlines received at least three Boeing aircraft. And SIA collected another A380.
Lufthansa, Ryanair and Southwest were kept busy with the arrival of new aircraft in March. Airbus and Boeing delivered 90 new aircraft to their global customers, up from 77 in February. Single-aisle aircraft represented 80% of all deliveries. So who’s taking delivery of widebody aircraft these days?
Continental, Ryanair and Southwest each received four new aircraft during February as Airbus and Boeing delivered 77 new aircraft to their global customers. Single-aisle aircraft represented 80% of all deliveries. So who’s taking delivery of widebody aircraft these days?