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Check out our order and delivery summary at a glance in the table below (numbers valid at the end of March 2023).

For a full listing including details on customers and regions, as well as historical data for the previous year, go to the download section below.

March 2023: 61 to 37 customers
March 2023 gross orders: 20
2023 deliveries to date: 127 to 54 customers

  Single-Aisle A300/A310 A330 A340 A350 A380 TOTAL
Total Orders 17658 816 1774 377 967 251 21843
Total Deliveries 11054 816 1565 377 526 251 14589
Aircraft in Operation 10383 277 1456 203 526 236 13081
Orders & Deliveries – March 2023

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2022 saw the introduction of several new operators for the efficient twin-engine widebody, e.g. Starlux, Air Greenland and Condor joining the family of A330neo operators. The latest A330neo version brings a double-digit reduction in fuel burn CO2 emissions, meeting Airbus’ commitment to making air transportation more sustainable. In addition to the passenger versions, the versatile A330 Family also serves as a modern widebody freighter, a corporate jet and is deployed by military forces around the world in its Multi Role Tanker Transport (A330 MRTT) variants.

In 2022, Airbus delivered the 220th A220 – an A220-300 – to JetBlue. The 220th A220 marks an important milestone for Airbus and its successful single-aisle family six years after the first aircraft – an A220-100 – was handed over to the programme’s launch operator SWISS International Air Lines. Bringing together state-of-the-art aerodynamics, advanced materials and latest-generation technologies and engines, the A220 has a range of up to 3,450nm (6,390km), with an impressive environmental scorecard.

2022 saw a strong recovery from the Covid crisis with a special focus on the single-aisle market. Airbus logged 1078 orders in total, 127 for A220, 888 for A320-family, 19 for A330neo and 44 for A350. Delivery figures confirmed the trend for fleet modernization. In total, Airbus delivered 661 aircraft from its global commercial aircraft production network and sites in Hamburg, Mirabel, Mobile, Tianjin and Toulouse.

In 2022, Airbus celebrated another milestone for the successful A320neo-family. The A321XLR took off for the very first time from the Airbus Airport in Hamburg. Out of its global commercial aircraft production network in Hamburg, Mirabel, Mobile, Tianjin and Toulouse, Airbus delivered 516 A320-family aircraft.

Australia’s Qantas Group has confirmed in 2022 that it will order 12 A350-1000s enabling the carrier to operate the world’s longest commercial flights linking Sydney and Melbourne with destinations such as London and New York – called ‘Project Sunrise’. The agreement was announced at a ceremony in Sydney attended by Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce and Airbus Chief Commercial Officer and Head of Airbus International, Christian Scherer. Besides the ongoing success of the A350 passenger aircraft, Airbus also logged 24 orders for the newly launched A350F Freighter version.

Source: Airbus’ commercial aircraft

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