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Airbus delivers 49 more commercial aircraft in February

The increase so far is 20% in 2024, led by the delivery of narrowbodies. Planemaker only had two A350s on order

Airbus delivered 49 commercial jets in February, three more than in the same month in 2023. Of these, 45 were narrowbodies.

The performance is still sufficient to maintain the goal of delivering 800 aircraft in 2024. So far growth has been almost 20%.

In the two months, Airbus sent 79 commercial jets to customers, 13 more than in the same period of months in 2023.

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In absolute numbers, the A321neo leads deliveries with 34 aircraft, the same number as last year. The A320neo presents a growth of 63% (31 jets compared to 19 in 2023).

The A220-300 is also advancing in production, with eight aircraft delivered.

Airbus deliveries – January to February 2024 (ADN)

Among the widebodies, Airbus delivered two more A330-900s, totaling four this year, and the first two A350s, a -900 for Turkish Airlines and a -1000 for British Airways.

Airbus has grown so far only due to the 73 single-aisle jets delivered as the widebodies are tied to 2023 for now.

Order book

Until February, Airbus had not yet closed sales agreements for the A320neo family or the A220.

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The situation will change in March with the recent order of 85 A321neo by American Airlines.

Until then, orders had been limited to the A350, but in February only an undisclosed customer added two A350-900 aircraft.

In total for the year, Airbus has 33 firm orders and no cancellations.


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