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  • dieselphumes63 dieselphumes63 Jun 20, 2007 7:47 PM Flag

    2007 order totals

    Just so you don't get confused by all the air show Bravo Sierra, here are the order totals for Airbus and Boeing for 07...

    Airbus gross orders 201 net orders 188
    Boing gross orders 439 net orders 429.

    These numbers are as of right now.

    You do the math.


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    • Thanks for the clarification.



      S7 Group orders 25 A320 aircraft

      Emirates Airline agrees to buy eight additional Airbus A380s

      US Airways and Airbus have agreed to terms for the airline to buy 92 Airbus aircraft for the airline�s future fleet renewal needs. Included are orders for 22 of the all-new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft. The 92 total firm orders are comprised of 22 A350-800s, 10 A330-200s and 60 A320-family aircraft � a mix of A319s, A320s and A321s. The transaction, which was announced on 18th June at the Paris Air Show, also provides US Airways with a number of purchase rights for additional aircraft of the same types.

      Qatar Airways confirms order for 80 A350 XWBs and adds three A380s

      Air France to order two additional A380s and 18 A320 Family aircraft

      Aircraft financer GECAS orders 60 A320 Family aircraft

      ALAFCO, the Kuwait-based international Aviation Lease and Finance Company, has signed a firm contract for 12 A350 XWBs. In addition, ALAFCO has also ordered seven A320s.

      Nouvelair orders new A320s

      Jazeera Airways orders 30 Airbus A320 aircraft

      Fly Asian Express orders 15 A330s for new long haul low cost operation

      Intrepid Aviation orders 20 A330 Freighters

      Thai Airways International has placed a firm order for eight additional A330-300s, taking another significant step in its long-term Airbus fleet development plan. The new A330-300s will provide extra capacity on Thai Airways International�s extensive regional network from 2008 onwards.

      CIT Aerospace, a business unit of CIT Group Inc. (NYSE: CIT), a leading global provider of commercial and consumer finance solutions, has signed a firm contract for seven A350 XWBs, firming up on its prior commitment for five A350s and simultaneously increasing its order.
      CIT has also signed a firm contract for 25 additional A320 Family aircraft.

      Kingfisher agrees to buy 50 Airbus widebody and single aisle aircraft

      Lybian Airlines to order 15 Airbus aircraft including A350s, A330s and A320s

      Aircastle orders 15 A330 Freighters

      Ural Airlines to order five Airbus A320

      Etihad Airways order 12 wide-body Airbus aircraft

      MNG Airlines orders A330 Freighter

      Afriqiyah Airways orders six A350s and five Airbus A320s

      Aeroflot orders 22 A350 XWBs and additional five A321s

    • My post above is all wrong. I pulled the wrong numbers off one of my spreadsheets.

      Without knowing what exactly are firm orders versus MOUs, it's going to take a while to figure out the order situation of 07.

      And if DAL or AMR pull the trigger this year, it won't matter.


    • Thanks for posting that Diesel. It's getting a bit confusing with all the press articles coming out changing the numbers 10 times a day.

    • I trust you deary, you had all day to figure it out.


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