Thursday, June 18, 2015

Paris Air Show 2015 - Day 4

Talk about pulling your nuts out of a fire at the last minute.  Airbus was on the verge of being embarrassed on their home soil until a last minute deal with Wizz Air for 110 A321neos saved their chestnuts.  There are two bright spots for Boeing: 1) they were able to hold their own with Airbus in terms of Air Show orders this year and apparently the Wizz Air order could have easily gone in Boeing's favor and 2) Boeing did beat Airbus on widebody orders.

However, everyone knows that this is just 4 days out of 365 and we have a whole other 6 months + coming up that would see some major fleet contests being decided including the Emirates decision widely expected in November.

Boeing
AerCap – 100 x 737 Max 8 (Firm)
Ethiopian – 6 x 787-8 (Firm)
Eva Air – 5 x 777F (LoI)
Garuda Indonesia – 30 x 787-9, 30 x 737 MAX (LoI)
Korean Air – 30 x 737 Max 8 (LoI), 20 x 737 Max 8 (Options), 2 x 777-300ER (LoI)
Minsheng Financial Leasing – 30 x 737 Max and NG (MoU)
Qatar Airways – 10 x 777-8X (Firm), 4 x 777F (Firm)
Ruili Airlines (through AVIC Leasing) – 30 x 737 Max (LoI)
SMBC Aviation Capital – 10 x 737 Max 8 (Firm)
Sriwijaya Air – 2x 737-900ER (Firm), 20 x 737-800 (Options)
Unknown Customer – 1 x BBJ 737 Max 9 (Firm)
Volga-Dnepr – 20 x 747-8F (MoU)

Airbus
ALC – 1 x A350-900, 1 x A321ceo, 3 x A320ceo (Firm)
Eva Air – 4 x A330-300ceo (MoU)
Korean Air – 30 x A321neo (Firm), 20 x A321neo (Options)
Garuda Indonesia – 30 x A350 (LoI)
GECAS – 60 x A320neo (Firm)
Peach Aviation – 3 x A320ceo (Firm)
Saudi Arabian – 20 x A330-300, 30 x A320ceo (Firm)
Synergy – 62 x A320neo (MoU)
Unknown Customer – 60 x A320neo (MoU)
Wizz Air – 110 x A321neo (MoU), 90 x A321neo (Purchase Rights)
VietJetAir – 6 x A321 (Firm)

ATR
Air Madagascar - 3 x ATR72-600 (Firm)
Air New Zealand – 1 x ATR72-600 (Firm)
BahamasAir – 3 x ATR42-600, 2 x ATR 72-600 (Firm)
Binter Canarias – 6 x ATR72-600 (Firm)
Braathens Aviation – 5 x ATR72-600 (Firm), 10 x ATR72-600 (Option)
Cebu Pacific Air – 16 x ATR72-600 (Firm), 10 x ATR72-600 (Option)
Japan Air Commuter – 8 x ATR42-600 (8 Firm, 15 option)
Unknown Customer - 2 x ATR72-600 (Firm)


Bombardier
WestJet Encore – 6 x Q400

COMAC
Ping An Leasing – 50 x C919 (LoI)
Puren Airlines – 7 x C919, 7 x ARJ21 (LoI)

Embraer
Air Castle – 30 x ERJ-190E2 (15 Firm, 15 Option), 30 x ERJ-195E2 (15 Firm, 15 Option)
Colorful Guizhou Airlines – 17 x ERJ-190 (7 Firm, 10 Option)
Skywest – 8 x ERJ-175 (Firm)
United Airlines – 28 x ERJ-175 (Firm)

Superjet International


Yakutia Airlines – 3 x Superjet 100LR (Firm)

4 comments:

Bryan Nair said...

Emirates obviously wants to select the Boeing 787-10. Etihad and Qatar operate the Dreamliner in similar conditions with no issues. Sir Clarke is obviously looking for best price now that he's picked on the one thing Boeing can't change

Macius said...

How many more planes can Emirates operate? Seriously?!
What are they trying to become? Second Aeroflot of 1970's?
I feel more and more that this is yet another bubble, that one day will burst dragging whole industry down, just like the credit crisis did in 2009. Or IT bubble around '99-'00.

Pat Paris said...

According to the production chart, Boeing will have no line numbers in the 100s or 200s on the property in early August. A first. Congrats.

davidjay said...

Can't believe that China still has their banks signing up for 919 leases.