Airbus confirms delivery target of 800 aircraft in 2024

Planemaker released guidance for the year, but warned that the target could be achieved if there are no new unforeseen events

Airbus confirmed it will aim to deliver about 800 commercial aircraft in 2024, according to its 2023 earnings report released on Thursday.

The new guidance, however, is conditioned on the non-occurrence of new disruptions in areas such as the global economy, air traffic and the supply chain, the company explained.

The new delivery target is 11% higher than that of 2023, when it established that it would seek 720 deliveries of commercial jets. The planemaker concluded last year with 735 deliveries.

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Airbus also expects to achieve an adjusted EBIT, profit before tax, of between 6.5 billion and 7 billion euros. In 2023, adjusted EBIT was 5.8 billion and in 2022, 5.6 billion.

Airbus commercial aircraft family
Airbus aircraft families (Airbus)

In 2023, Airbus delivered 571 jets from the A320neo family and are expected to lead deliveries this year. In addition to them, 68 A220, 32 A330 and 64 A350 were sent to customers.

The commercial aircraft division had revenue of 47.7 billion euros, up 15%. The aircraft manufacturer achieved a total of 2,094 net orders in 2023.


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