However, the customer responsible for this agreement, which constitutes the sole widebody order for the month, has not been publicly revealed. This order contributes to the total A350 orders, which now stand at 1,056 aircraft, with 791 being the -900 variant.
Airbus October Orders and Deliveries
The bulk of Airbus’ activity in October was driven by United Airlines (UA) and Cathay Pacific (CX). United Airlines placed orders for 60 A321neos, while Cathay Pacific signed agreements for 24 A321neos and eight A320neos.
In addition to these, Airbus has secured orders for six A220-100s, intended for Pacific-based Air Niugini, and eight of the larger A220-300s for an undisclosed customer.
Furthermore, Airbus has secured agreements for three A321neos from another unidentified customer.
In total, these agreements for 119 aircraft brought Airbus’s net total for the first 10 months of the year to 1,334 aircraft.
In October, Airbus delivered 71 aircraft, resulting in a total of 559 aircraft deliveries thus far.
European plane maker Airbus has revealed its latest September 2023 order and delivery data. Airbus’ new orders fell to 23 compared to 117 last month.
Further, the leading aircraft manufacturer delivered 55 aircraft to 34 customers. So far, the Aerospace company has delivered around 488 planes to 78 customers.
Airbus has to date received gross orders of 1120 for single-aisle aircraft. Further, it has received a gross order of 33 for A330 and 124 for A350s. So the total gross orders is 1280.
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