Airbus 350 very slow delivery rate

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May 2nd, 2017 at 1:33:22 PM permalink
Aussie
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Quote: terapined
Cathay Pacific?



Yes. It's an award redemption and they have the lowest copayment for Airlines that I can use my miles on. Now need to find seats for the return trip when they're released in a few weeks. Probably return from Rome which will also be on an A350.
July 8th, 2017 at 1:33:27 AM permalink
Pacomartin
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$1 billion headache for Airbus as Qatar cancels four jets

In deliveries of widebodies in the first 6 months of 2017, Boeing is winner by a mile (116 to 67)

19 A330-300
10 A330-200
2 A330-200F - freight
30 A350-900
6 A380
67 widebodies

4 747
5 767
42 777
65 787
116 widebodies

On the narrowbody competitive field, Airbus is clearly in the lead bolstered by strong orders for the larger A321neo. Boeing orders are completely dominated by max-8 model (the mid size 200 seat model). Boeing is desperately trying to come up with stronger competition to the A321neo.

5,169 Cumulative A320neo family orders (as of 30 June 2017)
3,803 Boeing 737 MAX

A380 Deliveries
EMIRATES M 21-Feb
EMIRATES M 24-Mar
ETIHAD AIRWAYS M 24-Mar
QATAR AIRWAYS M 5-May
EMIRATES M 12-May
ETIHAD AIRWAYS M 24-May


A350-900 deliveries in 2017
1 Jan
5 Feb
7 Mar
4 Apr
5 May
8 June
30 total
March 31st, 2018 at 9:44:59 PM permalink
Pacomartin
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Quote: Pacomartin
Good graphic on widebody deliveries.


Graphic updated through 2017


A350 program
Delivered 49 in 2016 (missed goal by one) and
Delivered 78 in 2017 (missed goal by wo) and
Plans to deliver 120 in 2018.

2017 Deliveries Detail Boeing
737 747 767 777 787 Total
529 14 10 74 136 763

Still greatly exceeds Airbus in widebody deliveries.
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