Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Paris Air Show 2017 - Day 2

Boeing had a another great day with orders and conversions for the 737 MAX 10 but a good number of orders for the MAX  8 also were announced.  The big conversion was United conversion of 100 737 MAX 8 to the MAX 10 plus adding a firm order for 4 more 777-300ER.

As far as the 787 order activity, Azerbaijan Airlines committed to 4 more 787-8s.  I believe that this maybe an unidentified order for 4 x 787-8s that Boeing booked earlier this year.  Okay Airways signed an MoU for 5 787-9s.  All told the 787 took in 47 orders announced at Le Bourget.

The big story continues to be Boeing order dominance over Airbus thus far at Paris especially with the 737 bringing in a pretty good haul vs. the A320.  However, Airbus may have a few more orders to announce in the last two days of the show.

Lastly, ZC001 flew back to Boeing Field today to continue certification flight test activities.


Boeing

AerCap - 30 x 787-9 (firm)

ALAFCO - 20 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU)


Avalon - 75 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU); 50 x 737 MAX 8 (options)

Aviation Capital Group - 20 x 737 MAX 10 (firm)

Azerbaijan Airlines - 4 x 787-8 (firm)

Blue Air - 6 x 737 MAX 8 (firm)


BOC Aviation - 10 x 737 MAX 10 (MoU)

China Aircraft Leasing Group - 35 x 737 MAX 8; 5 x 737 MAX 10 (firm)

CDB Aviation Lease Finance - 42 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU); 10 x 737 MAX 10 (including 6 conversions from 737 MAX 8 (4 MoU); 8 x 787-9 (MoU)

Ethiopian Airlines - 10 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU); 2 x 777F (firm)


GECAS - 20 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion of 20 737 MAX 8 orders - firm)

Japan Investment Advisor - 10 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU)

Lion Air - 50 x 737 MAX 10 (MoU)

Monarch - 15 x 737 MAX 8 (firm)


Norwegian - 2 x 737 MAX 8 (firm)

Okay Airways - 7 x 737 MAX 8 (firm); 8 x 737 MAX 10 (firm); 5 x 787-9 (MoU)


Qatar Airways - 20 x 737 MAX 8 (firm) + 40 x 737 MAX 8 options

RyanAir - 10 x 737 MAX 200 (firm)

SpiceJet - 40 x 737 MAX 10 (20 new (MoU), 20 conversions)

Tibet Financial Leasing - 20 x 737 MAX (8/10) (MoU)

TUI Group - 18 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion of 18 737 MAX 8 orders)


United Airlines - 100 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion from 737 MAX 8); 4 x 777-300ER (firm)

Airbus

Air Lease Corp. - 12 x A321neo (firm)

CBD Aviation Lease Finance - 30 x A320neo; 15 x A321neo (conversion)

Delta Air Lines - 10 x A321 (firm)

Ethiopian Airlines - 10 x A350-900 (firm)


GECAS - 100 x A320neo/A321neo (firm)

Viva Air - 15 x A320; 35 x A320neo (MoU)

ATR

Air Senegal - 2 x ATR72-600 (firm)

Tianju - 10 x ATR42-600 (MoU)


Xuzhou Jantong - 3 x ATR42-600 (MoU)

Bombardier

Ethiopian Airlines - 5 x Q400 (MoU)

PAL Express - 7 x Q400 (firm)

SpiceJet - 25 x Q400 (MoU); 25 x A400 options

Embraer


Belavia - 1 x E175 (firm); 1 x E190 (firm)

Fuji Dream Airlines - 3 x E-175 (firm)

J-Air - 1 x E190 (firm)

KLM cityhopper - 2 x E190 (firm)

Unidentified Customer 1 - 20 x E190-E2 (MoU)

Unidentified Customer 2 - 10 x E195-E2 (firm); 10 x E190-E2 options

8 comments:

Tom McBroom said...

N528ZC is in EINN.

Uresh said...

No it's in Seattle.

Tom McBroom said...

Flight Aware still shows it in EINN.. I'm not in KBFI to see it however.
Thanks

Uresh said...

Flightradar24 shows it returning to Seattle last night.

Daetrin said...

Any reason there is no airframe in Everett position 2? Seems strange that they would have a gap at all. I was just there about a week ago and clearly saw 588 in position 4, 590 in position 3, 592 in position 2, and 593 on position 1. thought I saw a bunch of parts farther down but it was too hard to see from the factory tour. Sorry I couldn't help verify what came after 593. :( However it didn't seem like there would be any reason to have a 6 day break between the others are only spaced 4 & 5 days apart respectively.

Uresh said...

Yes it's correct

Daetrin said...

Thanks Uresh! Your dedication to your blog and the 787 program is highly appreciated. :)

Uresh said...

Thank You!!!!