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Airbus delivers 61 jets in April and grows 12% compared to 2023

So far, 203 aircraft have been delivered, 22 more than the period between January and April last year

Airbus managed to deliver 61 commercial jets in April, two fewer than in March, but seven more aircraft than in April 2023.

So far in 2024, planemaker has already sent 203 commercial aircraft to its customers, an increase of 12.2% compared to the same period in 2023, when it delivered 181 jets.

The A321neo remains the most delivered aircraft, with 91 units, while the A320neo had 76 aircraft delivered.

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The family with the biggest growth, however, is the A350, with 13 deliveries, four more than last year.

Airbus commercial aircraft deliveries in 2024 (ADN)

The A220 series appears to have felt the impact on production caused by long-running discussions between Airbus and the union representing employees at the Canadian plant.

This year only 15 aircraft were delivered, one less than in 2023. The company intends to expand annual production of the A220 to 14 aircraft per month in 2026.


Airbus also revealed that it had closed the sale of 57 aircraft, including one A350-900 to Japan Airlines, three A320neo and two A321neo to British Airways and 51 A321neo to an unnamed customer.

A321XLR (Airbus)

Net orders in 2024 reached 222 aircraft, with five cancellations (three A320neo and two A321neo).

The backlog closed April at 8,617 aircraft orders.


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