Airbus announced today that it has delivered 65 aircraft in Julyincluding 11 long-haul flights, and obtained 60 new orders.
In detail, the European aircraft manufacturer presented eight long-haul A350s and three A330s to customers last month. In the single-aisle segment, it delivered six A220s And 48 A320 Family aircraft, he said in a statement. After a start to the year affected by supplier supply problems, Airbus is engaged in a slow ramp-up, aiming to increase A320 production from 40 monthly aircraft to 65 monthly aircraft by the end of 2024, and 75 at the end of 2024. horizon 2026.
On the order side, after a prosperous month of June at the Bourget air show (906 gross orders), Airbus continued to fill its order book with 60 new aircraft. The Turkish low-cost Pegasus Airlines has signed for 36 Airbus A321neos, the largest version of the European aircraft manufacturer’s star single-aisle aircraft. The Icelandic airline Icelandair has ordered 13 Airbus A321XLRs.
And the month of August is off to a flying start with the Hungarian low-cost Wizz Air which has taken on 75 additional Airbus A321neos, bringing its total order to 434 single-aisle aircraft from the European aircraft manufacturer.