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Thursday, 29 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.861

Airbus A318  -111  1939     N801FR  Frontier  ferried 28-29nov12 GYR-BGR-SNN  ex D-AUAA
Airbus A319  -111  2412     G-EJAR  easyJet  ferried 18/28nov12 LTN-SEN-LTN, paint into Unicef charity scheme  ex D-AVWH
 Airbus A320  -211  144     F-GJVA  Air France  ferried 29nov12 CDG-DGX for part-out & scrap  ex F-WWDK
 Airbus A320  -214  601     N278CS  Aar Parts Trading  owner regd 27nov12, ferried 29nov12 SNN-BGR-TUS prior part-out & scrap  ex VN-A303
 Airbus A320  -214  1171     EI-EZE  (Hello)  seen re-regd at SNN 28nov12 (+ 1210 EI-EZF 27nov12)  ex HB-JIY
Airbus A320  -232  2911     OY-KAM  SAS  ferried 29nov12 OSR-ZRH, OE-reg after paint prior delivery  ex OE-IBL
Airbus A320  -214  4646     HB-JYD  easyJet Switzerland  ferried 28nov12 LGW-GVA, re-regd 29nov12  ex G-EZUE
 Airbus A320  -214  5290     D-ABND  Air Berlin  ferried 28nov12 PAD-SNN for paint into?  ex D-AXAM
Airbus A320  -232  5375     PK-RMR  Mandala  delivery 29-30nov12 TLS-DWC-SIN   ex F-WWIE
 Airbus A320  -214  5379     PK-GLL  Citilink  delivery 27-28nov12 TLS-LCA-CMB-CGK   ex F-WWIX
 Airbus A320  -214  5384     JA806P  Peach Aviation  delivery 29nov12 TLS-SHJ  ex F-WWIP
Airbus A321  -231  5343     VN-A394  Cambodia Angkor Air  delivery 29nov12 XFW-BAK  ex D-AZAX
Airbus A330  -243  254     G-MLJL  Thomas Cook Airlines  ferried 29nov12 BTJ-SHJ-MAN after Hajj-lease to Garuda Indonesia  ex F-WWKT
 Airbus A330  -223  262     CS-TQW  HiFly  ferried 29nov12 LOP-AMM after Hajj-lease to Garuda Indonesia   ex VN-A370
 Airbus A330  -243  635     F-GSEU  XL Airways France  ferried 27nov12 PLM-CDG after Hajj-lease to Garuda  ex F-WWYO
 Airbus A330  -343  833     CS-TRH  Orbest Airlines  ferried 29nov12 UPG-RKT-MAD after Hajj-lease to Garuda   ex EC-KCP
Airbus A380  -841  93     HS-TUB  Thai International  delivery 29nov12 TLS-BKK  ex F-WWAN

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.860


Airbus A319  -112  1068     5H-FJB  FastJet  delivery 27nov12 MPL-CAI-DAR  ex F-GYFM
Airbus A320  -214  1320     G-OZBY  Monarch  ferried 26nov12 NWI-LTN after paint, old G-reg prior handover  ex G-OOAR
Airbus A320  -214  1605     TC-SGN  Saga Airlines  in svc 25nov12 IST-TIP after wet-lease to Onur Air   ex G-OOPT
Airbus A320  -214  2291     9H-AEK  Air Malta  ferried 26nov12 MLA-OSR for paint into new cs  ex F-WWBT
 Airbus A320  -232  2417     HS-PPE  Bangkok Airways  delivery 26-27nov12 GRU-REC-ACE-CAI  ex PR-MAW
 Airbus A320  -214  2930     EI-EYR  Rossiya  delivery 26nov12 AMM-LED  ex A6-ABG
 Airbus A320  -214  3758     EC-KYZ  Orbest Airlines  ferried 26-26nov12 BOM-FJR-CHQ-MAD after Hajj-lease to Air India  ex F-WWBZ
 Airbus A320  -214  3933     EC-LRT  Orbest Airlines  ferried 26-27nov12 BOM-FJR-CHQ-PMI after Hajj-lease to Air India  ex VT-WAO
 Airbus A320  -214  5371     RP-C8620  Philippine Airlines  delivery 27nov12 TLS-SHJ  ex F-WWDX
 Airbus A320  -214  5379     PK-GLL  Citilink  delivery 27-28nov12 TLS-LCA-CMB-CGK   ex F-WWIX
 Airbus A321  -211  781     G-OOPH  Thomson Airways  First Choice cs, ferried 24nov12 LTN-NWI for paint into?   ex G-OOAH
 Airbus A321  -231  5357     P4-KDA  Aor Astana  delivery 27nov12 XFW-ALA  ex D-AVZE
 Airbus A330  -322  69     9M-MKC  Malaysia Airlines  ferried 24-26nov12 KUL-CTS-PDX-TUP in basic cs for part-out & scrap  ex F-WWKM
 Airbus A330  -322  127     D-AERQ  Air Berlin  ferried 24nov12 DUS-CHR for paint into?  ex F-WWKO
Airbus A330  -343  1357     B-22101  TransAsia Airways  delivery 26nov12 TLS-SIN  ex F-WWCX
 Airbus A330  -343  1359     F-HSKY  Corsair International  delivery 27nov12 TLS-ORY  ex F-WWCZ
 Airbus A330  -343  1362     B-LAR  Cathay Pacific  delivery 26nov12 TLS-HKG  ex F-WWKG
Airbus A340  -313  216     AP-EDE  Air Blue  delivery 27nov12 IST-ISB  ex EI-ETY
 Airbus A340  -313  318     EC-HGU  Iberia  ferried 26nov12 MAD-LDE on return to lessor  ex F-WWJL
 Airbus A340  -642  416     G-VOGE  Virgin Atlantic  ferried 26nov12 MAN-LGW after paint into all white   ex F-WWCF

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.859


Airbus A319  -111  2332     9H-AEL  Air Malta  ferried 22nov12 OSR-MLA after paint into new cs  ex D-AVYZ
Airbus A319  -112  5327     D-AVWC  Airbus Industrie  f/f 23nov12 XFW-TLS, all white , with / for A319 sharklet development  
Airbus A320  -212  528     LY-COM  Cosmo Lineas Aéreas  ferried 23nov12 MAD-DUB on return to lessor  ex VP-BRB
Airbus A320  -214  1439     4L-FGC  flyGeorgia  ferried 22nov12 SNN-PRG, OK-reg, after paint prior delivery  ex OK-GEA
 Airbus A320  -214  1735     OE-LBX  Austrian Airlines  ferried 24nov12 VIE-BTS for paint  ex OH-LXG
Airbus A320  -214  5360     N536AV  Avianca  delivery 21-22nov12 XFW-TFS-FOR-BOG, Star Alliance cs   ex D-AUBR
 Airbus A320  -232  5361     A7-AHX  Qatar Airways  delivery 23nov12 TLS-DOH  ex F-WWIV
Airbus A330  -202  1365     VH-EBV  Qantas  delivery 23-24nov12 TLS-SIN-SYD, one World cs   ex F-WWKN
 Airbus A340  -313  216     AP-EDE  Air Blue  delivery 23nov12 IST-ISB  ex EI-ETY

Airbus Updates No.858


Huge China Eastern order for 60 Airbus A320NEOS.


China Eastern Airlines ordered 60 Airbus A320s yesterday in what is the second-biggest order won by the European aeroplane maker for A320 aircraft this year. The deal came 11 days after the European Commission (EC) suspended its controversial emissions trading scheme on flights into and out of Europe until at least next autumn.

The airline, mainland China's second-largest carrier by value, said the order was worth US$5.3 billion at list prices, although the carrier added that it received "substantial price concessions".

Airbus also agreed to buy 18 smaller regional jets from China Eastern, which have a book value of 1.54 billion yuan (HK$1.9 billion), for the aircraft manufacturer to sell or lease to airlines.

The A320s, which typically carry about 150 passengers, will be delivered in phases between 2014 and 2017 when they will be deployed on short- and medium-range domestic services. They will replace the eight Canadair and 10 Embraer regional jets that China Eastern has sold to Airbus.

The airline said the disposal of its entire fleet of 50-seat regional jets will streamline the aircraft types operated by the company as well as optimise its fleet structure and lower operating costs. The regional jets have an average age of 8.2 years.

China Eastern Airlines is the world's largest operator of A320s with 130 aircraft in service and 18 already on order before yesterday's purchase announcement, according to Airbus data.

The airline was among the mainland China carriers which boycotted the EC's emissions trading scheme after the Civil Aviation Administration of China ordered carriers not to participate earlier this year.

The emissions trading scheme would have cost Chinese airlines 790 million yuan had it been applied this year, according to aviation industry estimates, rising to 3.7 billion yuan in 2020.

On November 12, the EC proposed deferring the application of the scheme to flights outside Europe until after a meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) general assembly set for autumn 2013. The ICAO is a United Nations body governing global aviation.

Airbus Updates No.857


China’s Tibet Airlines takes delivery of its first FALC A319

23 November 2012Press Release

China’s Tibet Airlines has taken delivery of its first A319 assembled at the Airbus Tianjin Final Assembly Line (FALC). The A319 delivered today is the fifth A319 to join the all Airbus fleet operated by lhasa based Tibet Airlines. The airline received its first Airbus A319 in July 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.

The newly delivered A319 accommodates 128 passengers in a two-class configuration with eight premium seats and 120 economy seats. The aircraft is powered by CFM56-5B engines.

The aircraft will operate from Lhasa Gongga Airport, which at 12,000 feet in altitude is one of the world’s highest. t o. It will fly the route between Lhasa and Shenzhen, which borders Hong Kong in Southern China with a stop-over in Chengdu, Southwestern China.

The newly introduced A319 is certificated for high altitude airport operation and RNP-AR (Required Navigation Performance – Authorisation Required) and Satcom installed.

RNP-AR procedures represent today the most modern navigation technique, allowing the aircraft to fly precisely along a predefined route using on-board navigation systems and the GPS-based ‘Global Navigation Satellite System’ (GNSS). RNP AR is especially important for airlines operating in and out of high altitude airports. Tibet Airlines has selected Quovadis, an Airbus subsidiary, as its strategic partner for its RNP-AR operations.

“The new aircraft will fly between Shenzhen and Lhasa and contribute to further development of the two areas”, said Yin Huixin, Vice President of Tibet Airlines.

“We are honored that our modern Airbus A319 aircraft will contribute to the development of civil aviation on the Tibetan plateau and I’m really confident that the FALC assembled A319 will serve the need of Tibet Airlines”, said Airbus China President Laurence Barron.

The FALC in Tianjin is based on the latest state-of-the-art Airbus single aisle final assembly line in Hamburg, Germany. The aircraft delivered in China are assembled to the same standards as those assembled and delivered in Europe.
Airbus has delivered 105 Tianjin assembled A320 Family aircraft to 11 operators since the inauguration of the Final Assembly Line in 2008, which is the first Airbus final assembly line outside Europe.

The A320 Family (A318, A319, A320 and A321) is recognized as the benchmark single-aisle aircraft family. With more than 8, 600 aircraft sold, and over 5, 300 aircraft delivered to more than 350 customers and operators worldwide, the A320 Family is the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft family. With 99.8 per cent reliability and extended servicing periods, the A320 Family has the lowest operating costs of any single aisle aircraft. Uniquely, the A320 Family offers a containerized cargo system, which is compatible with the worldwide standard wide-body system.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.856

Airbus A380 -841 89 9M-MND Malaysia Airlines delivery 22nov12 TLS-KUL ex F-WWSO

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.855


Airbus A319  -112  949     4L-  flyGeorgia  ferried 21nov12 HAM-WOE, D-reg prior delivery  ex D-AHHE
Airbus A319  -112  1429     4L-  flyGeorgia  delivery 19-20nov12 TLC-BGR-KEF-TBS, N-reg  ex N429MX
 Airbus A319  -111  2176     5H-FJA  FastJet  delivery 21nov12 MPL-CAI-DAR  ex G-EZEF
 Airbus A319  -111  2265     HB-JZJ  easyJet Switzerland  ferried 19nov12 GVA-LTN, for Allegiant Air   ex G-EZES
 Airbus A319  -111  2512     G-EZIO  easyJet  positioned 19nov12 SEN-LTN after paint into Unicef charity scheme  ex D-AVWP
 Airbus A319  -111  2548     CC-AHE  Sky Airline  delivery 20-21nov12 SENN-KEF-YYR-OPF-IQQ-SCL   ex G-ZIU
 Airbus A319  -112  4691     D-ASTB  Germania Express  ferried 19no12 MUC-BTS for paint into Gambia Bird cs   ex D-AVYO
 Airbus A319  -115  5380     B-6431  China Eastern  delivery 20-21nov12 XFW-OVB-PVG   ex D-AVWI
Airbus A320  -214  566     EI-ERV  BBAM/ Fly Leasing  ferried 19nov12 DUB-SOF after storage  ex SP-IAB
 Airbus A320  -232  582     P4-AAA  flyAruba  delivery 20nov12 CTS-ANC-MCI  ex B-6026
 Airbus A320  -214  1286     OE-IBP  Celestial Aviation  ferried 20nov12 SHA-SZB, all white prior delivery to?   ex B-6280
Airbus A320  -232  1957     A7-ADE  Qatar Airways  ferried 19nov12 DOH-BRU-SNN for paint into new cs   ex F-WWIG
 Airbus A320  -232  2121     A7-ADG  Qatar Airways  ferried 19nov12 SNN-DOH after paint into new cs  ex F-WWIT
 Airbus A320  -214  2902     OE-LEU  flyNiki  ferried 21nov12 IST-VIE after paint into new, basic Air Berlin cs  ex F-WWDH
Airbus A320  -233  5322     N513VL  Volaris  delivery 21nov12 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AUBF
 Airbus A320  -214  5360     N536AV  Avianca  delivery 21nov12 XFW-TFS, Star Alliance cs   ex D-AUBR
Airbus A320  -232  5363     B-6951  China Eastern  delivery 20nov12 TLS-SVX-PVG  ex F-WWDS
 Airbus A320  -232  5367     JY-AYW  Royal Jordanian  delivery 20nov12 TLS-AMM  ex F-WWDU
 Airbus A320  -214  5372     XA-BAV  InterJet  delivery 21-22nov12 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AUBU
 Airbus A321  -232  2933     4R-MRE  Mihin Lanka  delivery 20nov12 SZB-CMB  ex VT-KFR

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.854

Accident: Air Contractors A30B at Bratislava on Nov 16th 2012, nose gear collapse on landing, runway excursion
By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, Nov 16th 2012 11:17Z, last updated Friday, Nov 16th 2012 22:09Z
An Air Contractors Airbus A300-B4 on behalf of EAT Leipzig on behalf of DHL, registration EI-EAC performing freight flight QY-6321 from Leipzig (Germany) to Bratislava (Slovakia) with 3 crew, landed on Bratislava's runway 22 at 05:25L (04:24Z) when after touch down and during roll out the nose gear collapsed. The aircraft veered left off the runway and came to a stop on its main gear and nose about 1800 meters past the runway threshold with all gear on soft ground, no injuries occurred. The aircraft received damage to the nose gear, front section of the belly as well as both engines, which contacted soft ground.

DHL reported there was no damage to the cargo. The crew had not reported any problems prior to landing, the aircraft was in the roll out at relatively low speed already when the nose gear collapsed.

Runway 04/22 as well as a number of taxiways are currently closed as result of the occurrence. The airport continues operations on runway 13/31.

 

Airbus Updates No.853

AJW Capital buys two A340-500s

 
AJW Capital becomes newest Airbus aircraft customer
 
15 November 2012Press Release
 
AJW Capital Partners Limited, a worldwide aviation services group based in the UK, has signed a firm contract for the purchase of two Airbus A340-500s aircraft. With this order AJW Capital becomes the newest Airbus aircraft customer. Powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 500 engines the aircraft features a comfortable two-class cabin for maximum passenger appeal. Commercial service will begin with an existing AJW Group customer early 2013.
 
“This aircraft order is an important step to further develop the global presence and product portfolio of AJW Capital Partners”, said Christopher Whiteside, President of AJW Group.
 
“We are very pleased to welcome AJW Capital as a new Airbus customer and we wish to congratulate them on this order’’, said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. ‘’We are proud that they have selected Airbus to develop their product portfolio and I look forward to our partnership”.
 
The A340-500 is the member of Airbus’ A330/A340 Family with to date more than 1600 aircraft sold and a customer and operator base beyond 150. Operating the world’s longest-range commercial air routes the aircraft offers maximum operational flexibility.

Airbus Updates No.852

Chinese customer orders Airbus ACJ319

 
Reinforces Airbus corporate jet presence in China
 
14 November 2012Press Release
 
An Airbus ACJ319 with the fuel-saving Sharklet option has been ordered by a Chinese customer, in the first deal for this version from the country. The order builds on the strong Airbus corporate jet presence in greater China, where there are around 25 orders to date.
Airbus corporate jets such as the ACJ318 and ACJ319 are already in widespread service in China, with operators such as BAA Jet Management, Beijing Airlines, China Eastern Executive Aviation, Comlux Asia, Deer Jet, Hong Kong Jet and TAG Aviation.
“China is a relatively new market for corporate jets, as well as having one of the highest economic growth rates, making it a bright spot in today’s business jet market, especially at the top end where Airbus corporate jets serve with distinction,” points out Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers, John Leahy. “The Chinese business jet market also favours the ability to carry larger groups, for which Airbus corporate jets are especially well suited.”
Airbus’ ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321 share a similar length and wingspan with competing large business jets, but have the widest and tallest cabin, delivering unequalled comfort, space and freedom of movement.
The wider cabin of Airbus corporate jets allows unique features such as a large circular table that converts to a square one, which is popular in cultures such as China’s because it allows the ideal arrangements for both socialising and playing games such as Mah Jong.
Airbus corporate jets also come from a good family – the world’s most modern – which means that they deliver inherently good value, with many standard features that are lacking in other business jets. These include pilot and mechanic friendly common cockpits, fly by wire controls and centralised maintenance. Other features include a richer baseline specification, extensive use of weight-saving materials such as carbonfibre, and new range-extending engine options.
More than 490 Airbus customers and operators benefit for a worldwide network of technical support and training and support centres, which includes services tailored to corporate jet users, including staff based in China.
Airbus corporate jets now also has commercial offices in both Beijing and Hong Kong.
Airbus corporate jets have won more than 170 orders to date, from companies, individuals and governments, and are flying on every continent, including Antarctica.

Airbus Updates No.851

Maldivian Airlines becomes a new A320 operator

 
Modern, best selling A320 Family continues to expand its operator base
 
15 November 2012Press Release
 
Maldivian Airlines, the national carrier of the Maldives has become a new operator of Airbus single aisle aircraft, following the first commercial flight of an A320 on the inaugural flight from Male to Chennai. The aircraft, operated under a leasing agreement, is the first A320 Maldivian will fly to destinations in the Indian sub-continent.
 
The aircraft, which is powered by CFM56 engines, was previously handed over at Ibrahim Nasir International Airport, Maldives, in October 2012. Its interior has been specifically modified to accommodate a three-class configuration: 14 business, 18 premium and 120 economy seats.
“This entry into service of our first A320 is a great day for Maldivian and our passengers. This signifies the increasing expansion of Maldivian in the region,” commented Abdul Haris, Managing Director of Maldivian. “We will start our A320 operations with direct flights to Mumbai, Chennai and Dhaka, much-anticipated routes for our customers.”
 
“We are delighted to welcome Maldivian as the latest operator of our best selling A320 Family,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “Its best-in-class fuel consumption and impeccable eco-efficient credentials make it the ideal match for the Maldives, an island nation which sets high standards for environmental responsibility.”
 
The A320 Family is recognized as the benchmark single-aisle aircraft family. The aircraft feature the latest technology available today, the widest and most comfortable cabin, and the highest degree of operational commonality. With 99.8% reliability and extended servicing intervals, the A320 Family has the lowest operating costs of any single-aisle aircraft today. More than 5,300 A320 Family aircraft are in airline operation around the world today with over 370 customers and operators. Uniquely, the A320 Family offers a containerized cargo system, which is compatible with the world-wide standard wide-body system.

Airbus Updates No.850

Airbus A318  -112CJ  4878     VP-BKG  Hong Kong Jet  delivery 16nov12 XFW-OVB, all white  ex F-WHUM
Airbus A320  -214  1320     G-OZBY  Monarch  ferried 17nov12 LTN-NWI for paint, old G-reg  ex G-OOAR
 Airbus A320  -232  5141     B-6956  Sichuan Airlines  delivery 16nov12 TSN-CTU  ex B-505L
 Airbus A320  -232  5334     VH-VFK  Jetstar  delivery 16-17nov12 XFW-DXB-SIN-OOL-MEL  ex D-AUBI
Airbus A320  -232  5362     B-HST  DragonAir  delivery 17nov2 XFW-AUH  ex D-AUBS
Airbus A320  -232  5365     VT-IFF  IndiGo Airlines  delivery 15-16nov12 TLS-FJR-DEL   ex F-WWDT
 Airbus A320  -232  5370     N616NK  Spirit Airlines  delivery 16nov12 TLS-YYR-FLL  ex F-WWDV
 Airbus A330  -223  358     EI-CXF  ILFC  ferried 17nov12 IST-LDE for storage  ex TC-ETK

Thursday, 15 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.849


Airbus A300  B4-605R  540     G-MONR  Monarch  ferried 05/12/13-14nov12 MAN-BRU-LTN-PSM-TUP for part-out & scrap   ex VH-YMJ
 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  753     D-AEAE  EAT Leipzig  ferried 13nov12 DRS-CHR for paint after conversion   ex N4753
Airbus A319  -111  2392     OO-SSA  Brussels Airlines  delivery 14nov12 SNN-BRU   ex N936FR
 Airbus A319  -132  4301     S5-AAR  Adria Airways  positioned 12nov12 LJU-BHX with Range Rover titl  ex D-AVXB
 Airbus A320  -214  1678     OE-LBW  Austrian Airlines  ferried 14nov12 VIE-NWI, all wh for paint  ex OH-LXE
Airbus A320  -214  3758 EC-KYZ  Orbest Airlines  wet-leased to Air India** (+ 3933 EC-LRT)  ex F-WWBZ
Airbus A320  -214  5290     D-ABND  Air Berlin  delivery 15nov12 XFW-TXL  ex D-AXAM
Airbus A320  -232  5334     VH-VFK  Jetstar  for delivery 16-17nov12 XFW-DXB-SIN-OOL-MEL   ex D-AUBI
Airbus A320  -232  5355     JA07JJ  Jetstar Japan  delivery 15nov12 TLS-DXB  ex F-WWBZ
 Airbus A320  -214  5364     CC-BFE  LAN Airlines  delivery 15-16nov12 XFW-LPA-REC-SCL   ex D-AUBT
Airbus A330  -343  568     LN-RKN  SAS  re-regd in svc 14nov12 CPH-EWR  ex SE-REF
 Airbus A340  -313  182     B-2384  China Eastern  ferried 15nov12 PVG-LDE on return to lessor  ex F-WWJM
 Airbus A340  -642  449     G-VFOX  Virgin Atlantic  ferried 13nov12 DUB-MNL after paint into all white prior return to lessor  ex F-WWCM
 Airbus A380  -841  84      9M-MNC  Malaysia Airlines  delivery 14nov12 TLS-KUL  ex F-WWAD


Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.848


Interjet signs purchase agreement for 40 A320neo


Mexican airline latest in Latin America to select world’s best selling aircraft

13 November 2012Press Release

Mexican low-cost carrier and all-Airbus operator Interjet signed a purchase agreement for 40 A320neo aircraft. Interjet will announce the aircraft’s engine selection at a later date. The A320neo has over 95 percent airframe commonality making it an easy fit for Interjet’s fleet of 36 A320s. Later this month, Interjet will receive an additional A320 aircraft.

In only seven years of operations, Interjet has become a leading domestic airline in Mexico, having quickly expanded their network throughout the country and into the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. The new A320neo will support their continued network expansion and fleet renewal plans. Interjet has a backlog of 45 A320 Family aircraft, including today’s order.

“Adding the newest aircraft technology to our already young and efficient A320 fleet will allow us to operate some of the most cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly equipment available in aviation,” said Interjet Chairman Miguel Aleman Velasco.

“The A320neo will help Interjet maintain our leading position in Mexico’s airline business,” said Interjet President Miguel Alemán Magnani. “This order solidifies an already strong partnership with one of Mexico’s leading airlines. It also reinforces Latin America’s growing trend of operating some of the world’s youngest and most efficient aircraft,” said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “Interjet will be one of the first airlines in the region to operate the A320neo and to benefit from the 15 percent reduction in fuel burn it delivers.”

To date, more than 8,600 Airbus A320 Family aircraft have been sold and more than 5,300 delivered to more than 350 customers and operators worldwide, making it the world’s best selling commercial jetliner ever. With proven reliability and extended servicing periods, the A320 Family has the lowest operating costs of any single-aisle aircraft. The A320neo, with almost 1,500 firm orders from more than 30 customers since its launch, is the fastest selling commercial aircraft ever and is on track to enter service from 2015.

With more than 700 aircraft sold and a backlog of almost 350, over 450 Airbus aircraft operate throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. In the last 10 years, Airbus has tripled its in-service fleet, while delivering more than 60 percent of all aircraft operating in the region.

Airbus is the world’s leading aircraft manufacturer with design and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, the UK, and Spain as well as subsidiaries in the US, China, Japan and in the Middle East. Headquartered in Toulouse, France, Airbus is an EADS company.

Airbus Updates No.847


Afriqiyah Airways places firm order for four more A350 XWBs


Libyan carrier also up-sizes its original order for six A350-800s to larger A350-900s

12 November 2012Press Release

Afriqiyah Airways has increased its A350 XWB fleet with a new firm order for four A350-900s. The carrier has also converted its original order for six A350-800s into six of the larger A350-900 model. This brings Afriqiyah’s total A350 XWBs on order to ten A350-900s.

Afriqiyah’s A350 XWBs will seat 314 passengers, offering them the industry’s ultimate cabin experience. These aircraft will be operated on new routes the carrier will open to destinations in the US, the Middle East and Asia.

“Having Afriqiyah come back with this new, incremental order for the A350 XWB is great news and a strong signal that this aircraft is the industry’s new benchmark in the long-haul segment,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “We are convinced that the A350’s unbeatable economics and superior passenger comfort will be key contributors to Afriqiyah’s continued success.”

The A350 XWB (Xtra Wide-Body) is an all-new mid-size long range product line comprising three versions and seating between 270 and 350 passengers in typical three-class layouts. The new Family will bring a step change in efficiency compared with existing aircraft in this size category, using 25 per cent less fuel and providing an equivalent reduction in CO2 emissions. Scheduled for entry-into-service in 2014, with Afriqiyah’s newest order included, the A350 XWB has already won 562 firm orders from 34 customers worldwide.

Airbus Updates No.846


The month in review: October 2012

Airbus orders for its twin-aisle A330 and extra-widebody A350 XWB led the total 23 commercial bookings logged in October, while a year-record 57 deliveries were made during the month to international customers.
The new business was led by Turkish Airlines’ acquisition of 15 A330-300s, which marked the carrier’s seventh order for this twin-engine aircraft family. These additional jetliners will be operated on medium- and long-haul routes from the Turkish Airlines hub in Istanbul.

Another repeat A330 booking came from Etihad Airways, signing a firm order for two additional A330-200s as part of this United Arab Emirates national airline’s continued growth plans.

Also in October, Afriqiyah Airways acquired an additional four A350-900 versions of the A350 XWB jetliner family, and upsized its six A350-800s already on order to the same number of Airbus’ longer-fuselage A350-900 version.

Completing the month’s new business were bookings for two ACJ319 corporate jets by unnamed private customers.

In October, five A380s were delivered, marking the first time this number of 21st century flagship jetliners was provided to customers during a month. It brings the 2012 totals to 22, keeping Airbus on track for its target of delivering 30 double-deck aircraft during the year.

Other notable deliveries during the month included A320s for Jetstar Japan, AirAsia Japan and Peach Aviation – confirming the A320 Family’s success story with low-cost carriers in Japan and Asia.

By the end of October, 2012 deliveries reached an all-time year-to-date record of 462 to 76 customers, which also brought Airbus above the overall 5,300 milestone for its single-aisle aircraft and the 7,500 mark in all of its deliveries 

Airbus Updates No.845


Airbus A319  -133ACJ        VP-CJG  Tyrolean Jet Service  acc flt at BSL 08nov12 after VIP cabin config, in svc 10nov12 BSL-SXB-BSL   ex VP-BJP
 Airbus A319  -112  1786     N786CT  CIT Leasing  ferried 08-09nov12 PVG-OVB-VNO-SNN   ex B-2226
 Airbus A319  -132LR  1880     SX-DGH  Aegean Airlines  ferried 13nov12 ATH-DUB on return to lessor  ex SX-OAO
 Airbus A319  -131  2098     G-DBCA  British Airways  ferried 11nov12 SOF-LHR after paint into standard cs  ex D-AVYV
 Airbus A319  -111  2176     5H-FJA  FastJet  at MPL 11nov12 in full cs after paint pror delivery  ex G-EZEF
 Airbus A319  -111  2319     N301NV  Allegiant Air  delivery 12nov12 SEN-KEF-BGR-SAT  ex HB-JZK
 Airbus A320  -211  146     EC-GRH  Vueling  ferried 13-14nov12 BCN-KEF-BGR-VCV for part-out & scrap   ex EC-FBR
 Airbus A320  -212  379     G-MPCD  Monarch  ferried 05/12/13nov12 MAN-BRU-LTN-KEF-PSM-TUP for part-out & scrap   ex C-GZCD
Airbus A320  -232  3162     SX-DGI  Aegean Airlines  ferried 12nov12 ATH-SNN on return to lessor  ex SX-OAI
 Airbus A320  -214  3777     F-GKXQ  Air France  ferried 12-13nov12 PTP-YQX-TLS after French Overseas Caribbean ops   ex D-AVVH
 Airbus A320  -214  4190     VN-A689  VietJet  delivery 13-14nov12 ATH-BOM-HAN  ex SX-OAT
 Airbus A320  -216  5347     9M-AQO  Air Asia  delivery 10-11nov12 TLS-SHJ-KUL  ex F-WWIT
 Airbus A320  -232  5348     A6-EIQ  Etihad Airways  delivery 13nov12 XFW-AUH  ex D-AUBL
 Airbus A320  -214  5351     PK-GLK  Citilink  delivery 10nov12 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AUBM
 Airbus A320  -216  5353     HS-BBB  Thai Air Asia  delivery 10nov12 TLS-SHJ-DMK  ex F-WWIU
 Airbus A320  -214  5358     XA-WAB  InterJet  delivery 13nov12 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AUBQ
 Airbus A321  -231  1763     G-OZBF  Monarch  ferried 09nov12 LGW-EMA for paint into new cs  ex D-AVZB
 Airbus A321  -231  5279     B-6912  China Southern  delivery 09nov12 XFW-OVB-CAN  ex D-AZAF
 Airbus A330  -301  86     AP-BKN  Shaheen Air  ferried 12nov12 AMS-BRU, VQ-reg after paint prior delivery  ex VQ-BEQ

Monday, 12 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.844


EMIRATES A380 A6-EDA - ENGINE FIRE


An Emirates Airlines Airbus A380-800, registration A6-EDA performing flight EK-413 from Sydney,NS (Australia) to Dubai (United Arab Emirates), was climbing out of Sydney's runway 34L when upon contacting departure the crew declared PAN reporting they needed to shut the #3 engine (GP7270, inboard right hand) down and requested to stop climb at FL110 and continue on planned track until decision was made whether to return or continue, controller indicating the aircraft was needed higher to not leave controlled air space, the aircraft subsequently climbed to FL160 and FL190. The crew subsequently decided to return to Sydney, dumped fuel and landed safely on runway 34L about 90 minutes after departure.

The flight was cancelled, the passengers were rebooked onto other flights.

Passengers describe a loud bang was heard on board of the aircraft and streaks of flame were seen from the engine. Other passengers initially saw a flash and heard a bang and believed they had been hit by lightning. All passengers said the aircraft jolted.

The airline confirmed an engine fault and said, the passengers were rebooked onto other flights.

Friday, 9 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.843


Airbus A319  -112  1145     F-GYJM  Air Corsica  ferried 07nov12 TLS-MPL, all wh, after storage  ex F-WQRT
 Airbus A319  -112  1786     N786CT  CIT Leasing  ferried 08-09nov12 PVG-OVB-VNO-SNN   ex B-2226
 Airbus A319  -112  1808     VP-BIS  Donavia  delivery 08nov12 DUB-ROV  ex OH-LVF
Airbus A319  -132  2664     VT-KFJ  Kingfisher Airlines  ferried by lessor 07nov12 DEL-XSP  ex D-AVWW
Airbus A319  -132  5345     PT-TMI  TAM  delivery 09-10nov12 XFW-SID-CNF  ex D-AVWF
 Airbus A320  -211  138     TC-SKJ  Sky Airlines  ferried 08-09nov12 AYT-KEF-BGR-GYR on return to lessor (+ 148 TC-SKK)   ex N138LC
 Airbus A320  -211  143     N443AG  ACG Acquisitions  ferried 08-09nov12 BCN-KEF-BGR-VCV for part-out & scrap  ex EC-GRG
Airbus A320  -232  2121    A7-ADG  Qatar Airways  ferried 08nov12 DOH-BRU-SNN for paint into new cs   ex F-WWIT
 Airbus A320  -232  2670     VN-  Jetstar Pacific  ferried 09nov12 SNN-DUB after paint into basic cs, EI-reg prior delivery  ex EI-EWS
 Airbus A320  -232  2883     OY-KAL  SAS  ferried 09nov12 OSR-ZRH, OE-reg prior delivery   ex OE-IBJ
Airbus A320  -232  5349     N809JB  jetBlue  delivery 08nov12 TLS-YYR-MCO  ex F-WWBV
 Airbus A321  -231  5279     B-6912  China Southern  delivery 09nov12 XFW-OVB-CAN  ex D-AZAF
Airbus A380  -861  109     A6-EEB  Emirates  delivery 09nov12 XFW-DXB  ex F-WWSN

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.842

TransAsia Airways orders six additional A321neo

 
Second NEO order for the Taiwanese company
 
8 November 2012Press Release
 
TransAsia Airways of Taiwan has placed a firm order with Airbus for another six A321neo aircraft. The new aircraft will be part of the airline’s fleet expansion and will allow it to develop new routes to regional destinations. The aircraft will be powered by Pratt and Whitney PW1100G engines.
The latest contract takes TransAsia Airways’ total orders for Airbus single aisle aircraft to 29, of which 11 have already been delivered. The carrier’s single aisle backlog now comprises 12 A321neo and six Sharklet-equipped A321ceo. In addition, the airline also has two widebody A330-300s on order, with first delivery scheduled later this year.
“The A321neo is a perfect fit for our strategy to grow efficiently in both domestic and regional markets and is the ideal solution to our fleet needs” said Vincent Lin, Chairman of TransAsia Airways. “With its wide cabin and outstanding fuel performance, the A321neo will bring new levels of comfort to our passengers whilst minimising our environmental footprint.”
“With the latest versions of the A321 TransAsia Airways will be operating the most modern and fuel-efficient aircraft in the 185-200 seat category,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “The combination of low fuel burn and extended flying range from Taipei will position the airline well to meet its expansion plans across the fast-growing Asian market.”
The A321neo is the largest model in the recently launched A320neo Family. Incorporating new engines and large "Sharklet" wing tip devices, the A320neo Family will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent. The reduction in fuel burn is equivalent to 1.4 million litres of fuel - the consumption of 1,000 mid size cars, saving 3,600 tonnes of C02 per aircraft per year. In addition, the A320neo Family will provide a double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise.
With more than 8,600 aircraft ordered and over 5,200 aircraft delivered to over 374 customers and operators worldwide, the A320 Family is the world's best-selling single-aisle aircraft family.

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.841


 Airbus A300  B4-605R  540     G-MONR  Monarch  ferried 05nov12 MAN-BRU for storage  ex VH-YMJ
 Airbus A319  -111  2245     HB-JZI  easyJet Switzerland  ferried 06nov12 GVA-LTN on transfer to easyJet   ex G-EZEN
Airbus A319  -111  4785     HB-JYC  easyJet Switzerland  ferried 05nov12 LGW-GVA, re-regd 06nov12  ex G-EZGO
 Airbus A319  -132  5345     PT-TMI  TAM  for delivery 07-08nov12 XFW-SID-CNF  ex D-AVWF
 Airbus A320  -212  379     G-MPCD  Monarch  ferried 05nov12 MAN-BRU for storage  ex C-GZCD
 Airbus A320  -212  389     G-OZBB  Monarch  ferried 06nov12 LGW-BRU for storage  ex C-GZUM
Airbus A320  -214  5319     G-EZWF  easyJet  delivery 07nov12 XFW-LGW  ex D-AUBE
Airbus A320  -214  5333     N689TA  TACA  delivery 06nov12 TLS-KEF-YYZ-SJO, Star Alliance cs  ex F-WWBU
Airbus A321  -231  5350     HL8266  Asiana  delivery 06-07nov12 XFW-OVB-GMP   ex D-AVZC
 Airbus A330  -243  345     A6-EKZ  Emirates  ferried 06nov12 DXB-BOD after storage  ex F-WWYI

Monday, 5 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.840


Airbus A319  -112  1068     F-GYFM  Air Corsica  ferried 02nov12 TLS-MPL, all wh, after storage  ex F-WQRR
 Airbus A319  -132  2723     N519NK  ILFC  ferried 03nov12 DUB-KEF-MIA, WindJet cs   ex EI-ECY
Airbus A320  -231  368     C5-AAO  Aeolus Air  delivery 05nov12 SAW-KRT, to be ops for Marsland   ex N368MX
 Airbus A320  -232  425     OO-TCN  Thomas Cook Belgium  ferried 05nov12 BRU-SEN on return to lessor  ex SX-BVA
 Airbus A320  -212  894     D-AICE  Condor  ferried 05nov12 SXF-SNN on return to lessor  ex F-WWDI
 Airbus A320  -214  1171     HB-JIY  Hello  ferried 02nov12 ZRH-SNN on return to lessor  ex RP-C3230
Airbus A320  -214  3758     EC-KYZ  Orbest Airlines  ferried 05nov12 MAD-FJR-BOM on winter-lease to Go Air (+ 3933 EC-LRT)  ex F-WWBZ
 Airbus A320  -214  4489     5A-ONL  Afriqiyah Airways  ferried 01nov12 MLA-TIP, now without 9.9.99 numbers   ex F-WWDV
 Airbus A320  -214  5131     B-6966  Juneyao Airlines  delivery 04nov12 TSN-SHA  ex B-504L
 Airbus A320  -214  5310     RP-C8399  AirPhil Express  delivery 01-02nov12 XFW-ESB-SHJ   ex D-AUBB
 Airbus A320  -233  5337      N514VL  Volaris  delivery 03nov12 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AUBJ
Airbus A321  -231  5340     VN-A393  Vietnam Airlines  delivery 02nov12 XFW-BAK-HAN  ex D-AZAW

Friday, 2 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.839


EVA Air becomes new A321 operator

Aircraft delivered on lease via Aviation Capital Group

31 October 2012Press Release

EVA Air of Taiwan has become a new operator of Airbus single aisle aircraft following the delivery today of its first A321. The aircraft is being leased from Aviation Capital Group (ACG) and is the first of 12 A321s ordered by the US lessor. The aircraft was handed over at a ceremony in Hamburg attended by Chang Kuo Wei, President of EVA Air.

EVA currently plans to introduce 12 leased A321s into its fleet between now and end-2014 for operation on regional routes. The airline has specified a high comfort two class layout for the aircraft seating 184 passengers. EVA’s A321 fleet will be powered by CFM International CFM56 engines.

"We are delighted to take delivery of our brand new Airbus A321.” said Chang Kuo Wei, EVA Air President. “The innovation and outstanding reliability offered by the A321 match EVA’s commitment to provide the best experience to our passengers. The aircraft will also enable us to enhance our profit potential as a result of lower operating costs.”

“The addition of the A321 to our portfolio reflects the long-term appeal of the aircraft, with its wide operator base, proven economics and strong residual values," said R. Stephen Hannahs, Group Managing Director/CEO, Aviation Capital Group. “We are extremely pleased to be placing our first A321 with one of Asia’s premium carriers, based at the heart of the world’s fastest growing aviation market.”

"We are happy to welcome EVA as our latest A321 operator.” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “The A321 offers the lowest operating costs of any aircraft in its size category and will bring new levels of efficiency for EVA on regional routes. We are also pleased to see ACG add the A321 to its active portfolio, as it becomes an increasingly important financing partner for Airbus.”

The A320 Family is the world’s best-selling single aisle product line. To date, more than 8,600 aircraft have already been ordered and over 5,200 delivered to more than 374 customers and operators worldwide.

Airbus Updates No.838


Aeroflot takes delivery of its 100th Airbus aircraft, an A330

Carrier benefits from Airbus’ unique fleet commonality

31 October 2012Press Release

Aeroflot, the Russian national carrier, has taken delivery of another A330-300, which will become the 100th Airbus aircraft to enter service with the airline.

Powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines, Aeroflot’s A330-300 features a spacious and comfortable two-class cabin layout seating 296 passengers (28 in business and 268 in economy class). Aeroflot plans to deploy the aircraft on numerous routes on its medium and long-haul network.

Aeroflot was the first airline in Russia to operate the A310, with an entry into service in 1992, as well as the first to operate the A320 Family (in 2003) and the A330 Family (in 2008). Currently the airline operates a fleet of 79 A320 Family aircraft and with today’s delivery 21 A330 Family aircraft.

“We congratulate Aeroflot, a long-standing partner of Airbus, with this milestone delivery’’, said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. ‘’We are convinced that the carrier will continue to benefit from the most efficient Airbus Family fleet, while its passengers will continue to enjoy the highest level of comfort on board Airbus aircraft .”

The A330 Family, which spans 250 to 300 seats, and includes Freighter, VIP, and Military Transport/Tanker variants, has now attracted more than 1,200 orders, with around 900 aircraft flying with some 90 operators worldwide. Ever since the original version of the A330-300 entered service, the hallmark has been its very efficient operating economics. Thanks to the introduction of numerous product improvements, it still remains the most cost-efficient and capable aircraft in its class. The cabin is widely recognized as one of the quietest cabins in the sky offering a light spacious atmosphere, making flying less tiring and more pleasurable. The A330 family is achieving average dispatch reliability above 99 percent.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Airbus Updates No.837

Incident: TAM A320 over Brazil on Oct 25th 2012, losscomm, loss of radar contact and non-compliance with flight plan claimed
By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Oct 29th 2012 16:56Z, last updated Monday, Oct 29th 2012 16:56Z
A TAM Linhas Aereas Airbus A320-200, registration PR-MHM performing flight JJ-3665 from Aracaju,SE to Sao Paulo Guarulhos,SP (Brazil), was climbing out of Aracaju when radio communication with the aircraft was lost. The aircraft continued towards Sao Paulo. Forca Aerea Brazil however, having lost radar contact with the aircraft, dispatched a fighter aircraft to accompany the A320 and restore radar contact. Radio communication was eventually restored after about one hour and the aircraft landed safely in Sao Paulo on schedule about 2 hours after departure.

Forca Aerea Brazil reported, that the aircraft lost radio and radar contact and did not follow their flight plan diverting from their assigned route, hence an abnormal scenario was declared and a fighter aircraft dispatched to intercept and accompany the A320 to provide a radar target instead of the A320.

The airline reported that radar contact was assured at all times, however parts of the flight were conducted without radio contact and in compliance with flight plan and clearances. Contact with ATC was eventually restored. The cause of the loss of communication is under investigation.

Incident: Emirates A388 at Jeddah on Oct 22nd 2012, burst multiple tyres on landing
By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 15:04Z, last updated Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 15:04Z
An Emirates Airlines Airbus A380-800, registration A6-EDQ performing flight EK-805 from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) to Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), burst a number of tyres on landing in Jeddah but came to a safe stop.

After the tyres were replaced the aircraft was able to depart Jeddah and reached Dubai on its return flight EK-806 with a delay of 10.5 hours.

Incident: PIA A313 at Lahore on Oct 29th 2012, bird strike
By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 17:50Z, last updated Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 17:50Z
A PIA Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A310-300, registration AP-BEU performing flight PK-302 from Karachi to Lahore (Pakistan), was on approach to Lahore when the right hand engine (CF6) ingested a bird. The aircraft continued for a safe landing in Lahore.

Following repairs the aircraft was able to depart for the return flight PK-303 at 23:00L and reached Karachi with a delay of 12 hours.
 
Incident: Aeroflot A320 near Krasnodar on Oct 29th 2012, burning smell in cabin
By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 22:08Z, last updated Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 22:08Z
An Aeroflot Airbus A320-200, registration VP-BKY performing flight SU-1102 from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Krasnodar (Russia) with 110 passengers and 7 crew, was descending towards Krasnodar when the cabin crew detected a burning smell in the cabin prompting the flight crew to declare emergency. The aircraft continued for a safe landing on Krasnodar's runway 23L.

Rosaviatsia reported the cause of the burning smell is under investigation.

The aircraft was able to resume service after 26 hours on the ground in Krasnodar.
 
Incident: Fedex A312 at Omaha on Oct 30th 2012, unsafe gear after departure
By Simon Hradecky, created Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 22:58Z, last updated Tuesday, Oct 30th 2012 22:58Z
A Fedex Airbus A310-200 freighter, registration N403FE performing freight flight FX-461 from Omaha,NE to Memphis,TN (USA), was climbing out of Omaha's runway 18 when following gear retraction the crew received an unsafe indication for the gear and stopped the climb at 10,000 feet. The aircraft subsequently returned to Omaha for a safe landing on runway 18 and stopped on the runway. The aircraft was towed off the runway.
 
Incident: Dragonair A333 near Xiamen on Oct 30th 2012, engine shut down in flight
By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Oct 31st 2012 15:08Z, last updated Wednesday, Oct 31st 2012 15:08Z
A Dragonair Airbus A330-300, flight KA-859 from Shanghai Hongqiao to Hong Kong (China), was enroute near Xiamen (China) when the crew needed to shut the right hand engine down and decided to divert to Xiamen for a safe landing.

The remainder of the flight was cancelled, the passengers were rebooked onto flight KA-605 from Xiamen to Hong Kong and reached their destination with a delay of 5.5 hours.
 
Incident: Delta A320 at New York on Oct 27th 2012, bird strike
By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Oct 31st 2012 17:50Z, last updated Wednesday, Oct 31st 2012 17:50Z
A Delta Airlines Airbus A320-200, registration N322US performing flight DL-2196 from Minneapolis,MN to New York La Guardia,NY (USA), was on final approach to La Guardia's runway 13 when a bird impacted the left hand engine (CFM56). The aircraft continued for a safe landing on the runway and taxied to the apron using routine communication.

The FAA reported the #1 engine's cowl received minor damage due to the bird strike.
 
 


Airbus Updates No.836


Airbus A321  -231  2653     G-MEDL  British Airways  in svc 29oct12 LHR-TLV vv, basic bmi cs, BA tail cs   ex D-AVZC
 Airbus A321  -231  5309     B-6927  China Eastern  delivery 01nov12 XFW-OVB-PVG  ex D-AZAP
 Airbus A321  -231  5332     N562UW  US Airways  delivery 30oct12 XFW-YYR-PIT  ex D-AZAU
 Airbus A321  -211  5354     B-16201  EVA Air  delivery 31oct-01nov12 XFW-DWC-TPE  ex D-AVZD
 Airbus A330  -243  494     EI-EYO  ILFC  ferried 30oct12 DXB-LDE, all white for storage  ex A6-EAN
 Airbus A330  -243  635     F-GSEU  XL Airways France  ferried 30oct12 CDG-JED on Hajj-lease to Garuda Indonesia   ex F-WWYO
 Airbus A330  -223  665     D-ABXC  Air Berlin  delivery 01nov12 DUB-DUS after paint  ex I-EEZJ
 Airbus A330  -202  745     EC-JQG  Air Europa  ferried 30oct12 MAD-JED on Hajj-lease to Senegal Airlines  ex F-WWYG
 Airbus A330  -343  833     CS-TRH  Orbest  ferried 31oct12 MAD-JED on Hajj lease to Garuda  ex EC-KCP
 Airbus A330  -202  999     5A-ONF  Afriqiyah  re-delivery 31oct12 BOD-TIP  ex F-WWYV
 Airbus A330  -343  1215     G-VGEM  Virgin Atlantic  regd 30oct12 after lease to China Airlines, re-delivery 31oct-01nov12 TPE-DEL-MAN for paint  ex B-18392
 Airbus A330  -343  1348     HS-TBE  Thai International  onward delivery 01nov12 FRA-BKK after seats installation  ex F-WWCN
 Airbus A330  -343  1353     B-5901  Air China  delivery 31oct12 TLS-PVG  ex F-WWCS
 Airbus A330  -343  1355     HB-JHM  Swiss International  delivery 31oct12 TLS-ZRH  ex F-WWCU
 Airbus A330  -343  1356  784  VP-BDD  Aeroflot  delivery 31oct12 TLS-SVO  ex F-WWCV
 Airbus A330  -243  401      G-WWBD  bmi British Midland   ferried 31oct12 LHR-BGR-SFB in basic cs for part-out & scrap   ex F-WWKN
 Airbus A340  -642  449     G-VFOX  Virgin Atlantic  ferried 31oct12 LHR-DUB for paint into all wh prior return to lessor   ex F-WWCM

Airbus Updates No.835


Airbus A300  B4-203(F)  208     EI-EZG  Air Contractors  DHL cs, seen being scrapped at LEJ 31oct12   ex OO-DLG
 Airbus A300  -622R  609     HL7297  Korean Air  ferried 28-29oct12 GMP-ANC-ROW, for AerSale   ex F-WWAE
 Airbus A318  -121  3390     PR-OND  Avianca Brazil  delivery 31oct12 MEX-BOG-GRU  ex CC-CVR
 Airbus A319  -114  636     D-AILF  Lufthansa  ferried 29oct12 BUD-FRA after paint into Star Alliance cs   ex D-AVYS
Airbus A319  -111  2460     CC-AHD  Sky Airline  delivery 31oct-01nov12 SOF-KEF-YYR-OPF-IQQ-SCL   ex SP-IBC
 Airbus A319  -131  2621     VT-KFH  Kingfisher Airlines  ferried by lessor 31oct12** DEL-SAW  ex D-AVYM
Airbus A319  -115  5338     B-6429  China Eastern  delivery 30-31oct12 XFW-OVB-PVG   ex D-AVWE
 Airbus A320  -232  758     PT-MZV  TAM  ferried 27-28oct12 POA-CCS-MIA-MZJ on return to lessor   ex N758SL
 Airbus A320  -214  888     HB-JIW  Hello  ferried 31oct12 BSL-SEN on return to lessor  ex F-HBAC
 Airbus A320  -214  1210     HB-JIX  Hello  ferried 29oct12 ZRH-SNN on return to lessor  ex RP-C3231
 Airbus A320  -214  2104     EC-JFH  Iberia Express  1st in svc 30oct12 MAD-SDR-MAD after paint & transfer from Vueling   ex F-WWBE
 Airbus A320  -214  2143     EC-JFG  Iberia Express  1st in svc 30oct12 MAD-AGP-AMD after paint & transfer from Vueling  ex F-WWBV
 Airbus A320  -232  267u0     EI-EWS  BBAM / Fly Leasing Ltd  ferried 31oct12 DUB-SNN, Kingfisher cs after storage   ex VT-KFK
 Airbus A320  -232  2911     OE-IBL  GECAS  ferried 31oct12 TSE-OSR, for SAS as OY-KAM  ex VT-IND
 Airbus A320  -214  5310     RP-C8399  AirPhil Express  delivery 01nov12 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AUBB
 Airbus A320  -233  5337      N514VL  Volaris  for delivery 02nov12 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AUBJ
 Airbus A320  -214  5339     B-6949  Juneyao Airlines  delivery 30-31oct12 TLS-SVX-SHA  ex F-WWIS
 Airbus A320  -214  5341     B-LPH  Hongkong Airlines  delivery 31oct-01nov12 TLS-AUH-HKG   ex F-WWIO
 Airbus A320  -214  5342     PR-MYX  TAM  for delivery 31oct-01nov12 XFW-SID-CNF  ex D-AUBK
Airbus A320  -214  5344    HS-BBA  Thai Air Asia  delivery 31oct12 TLS-SHJ-DMK  ex F-WWDL