Thursday, June 22, 2017

Paris Air Show 2017 - Day 4

Boeing ended the industry portion of the 2017 Paris Air Show with a bang by announcing a mega order of 125 737 MAX 8 with 50 options from an unidentified but major customer. as well as some smaller orders from other customers.  It was a way to steal some thunder (what little there was) from Airbus as they closed out their air show with a few notable orders as well.

There weren't any more Boeing widebody order announcements though travel editor John Walton said that Boeing may have a 787-10 announcement:


I'm not sure what this is about and it is unusual especially since the industry events are all but over, but I'll be keeping my ears and eyes open for any announcement that may come.  In the meantime here's the final tally of orders (so far) from this year's Paris Air Show.

Boeing

AerCap - 30 x 787-9 (firm); 15 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion of 15 x 737 MAX 8)

Air Lease Corp. - 5 x 737 MAX 7 (MoU); 7 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU)

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)

Copa - 15 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion from 737 MAX 8)

Donghai Airlines - 10 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion from 10 x 737 MAX 8)

El Al Airlines - 2 x 787-8, 1 x 787-9 (firm)

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)

Malaysia Airlines - 10 x 737 MAX 10 (conversion from 737 MAX 8)

Mauritania Airlines - 1 x 737 MAX 8 (firm)

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

Ruili Airlines - 15 x 737 MAX (MoU)

RyanAir - 10 x 737 MAX 200 (firm)

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

Tassili Airlines - 3 x 737-800 (firm)

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

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

Unidentified Customer - 125 x 737 MAX 8 (MoU); 50 x 737 MAX 8 (options)

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

Xiamen Airlines - 10 x 737 MAX 10 (MoU)


Airbus

AirAsia - 14 x A320 (MoU)

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)

Hi Fly - 2 x A330-200 (firm)

IranAirtours - 45 x A320neo (MoU)

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

Wizz Air - 10 x A321 (firm)

Zagros Airlines - 20 x A320neo (MoU); 8 x A330neo (MoU)


ATR

Air Senegal - 2 x ATR72-600 (firm)

Tianju - 10 x ATR42-600 (MoU)

Xuzhou Hantong - 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

11 comments:

David Bacon said...

Curious when you will launch the "All Things 797" blog?

Uresh said...

Haha! Ask Jon Ostrower!

John N Mitchell said...

Awesome work!
Thank you very much.

wannabuy said...

I 2nd the all things 797 blog interest. You'd better reserve the blog!

Lightsaber on a.net

Macius said...

And the announcement is?

Uresh said...

I didn't hear anything

NCPx said...

I, too, encourage you to create a blog for 797. Or expand the coverage from this blog and rename it "Plus 10" or whatever you like. Your notes and insight will always be highly anticipated and enjoyed.

Uresh said...

I'm gonna need a whole bunch of new sources if this is to happen. Preferably people on the inside who have knowledge of stuff!

Andrew Boydston said...

Uresh, Singapore was booked today as unidentified for 20 777X and 19 787-10's. :)

Uresh said...

Yeah it has to be for Singapore, I can't imagine it's for anyone else esp. since they made the MoU known a few months ago for exactly those numbers!

Geoff said...

cool 787 vapor trail footage at 33k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMN9ycxrCRg