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Saturday, 30 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.961


HERMES A321 OFF THE RUNWAY AT LYON

By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, Mar 29th 2013 22:54Z,

 last updated Saturday, Mar 30th 2013 15:25Z

A Hermes Airlines Airbus A321-100 on behalf of Air Mediterranee, registration SX-BHS performing flight ML-7817 from Agadir (Morocco) to Lyon (France) with 174 passengers and 7 crew, overran the end of the runway 36R while landing at Lyon at about 20:50L (19:50Z) and came to a stop just before the localizer antenna about 300 meters past the runway end with all gear on soft ground. No injuries are being reported. The aircraft sustained no visible damage but needs a good wash (and it is likely the engines ingested dirt).

The airport was closed for about 2.5 hours. The aircraft is estimated to be removed the following day, the runway remains closed until the aircraft has been towed to the apron.

The airport confirmed the aircraft overran the end of runway B by about 300 meters while landing in thick fog and got stuck in deep mud. Heavy equipment will be needed to move the aircraft back onto paved surface.

The French BEA have opened an investigation.

Related NOTAMs:
A1732/13 - RWY 18L/36R CLOSED. 29 MAR 22:11 2013 UNTIL 30 MAR 11:00 2013. CREATED: 29 MAR 22:11 2013

A1731/13 AERODROME CLOSED DUE TO RWY EXCURSION OF AN ACFT. 29 MAR 20:02 2013 UNTIL 29 MAR 23:59 2013. CREATED: 29 MAR 20:09 2013 (withdrawn by 22:20Z)

Metars:
LFLL 292130Z 00000KT 0050 R36L/0750U R18R/0300N R36R/0600U R18L/0400N FG VV/// 07/07 Q1003 NOSIG
LFLL 292100Z VRB03KT 0100 R36L/0650U R18R/0550N R36R/0650U R18L/0375N FG VV/// 07/07 Q1003 NOSIG
LFLL 292030Z 13005KT 2000 R18R/1100VP2000D MIFG SCT002 BKN060 08/07 Q1003 NOSIG
LFLL 292000Z 13006KT 090V180 2000 BR FEW002 SCT009 BKN066 08/08 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291930Z VRB03KT 1100 R36L/1700D R18R/2000N R36R/1800D R18L/P2000 -RA BR BKN001 BKN066 08/08 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291900Z VRB01KT 0800 R36L/P2000 R18R/1800U R36R/P2000 R18L/0800VP2000D -RA FG SCT002 BKN018 BKN066 08/07 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291830Z 08005KT 2000 -RA BR SCT003 BKN020 BKN046 08/07 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291800Z 34005KT 2000 -RA BR BKN004 BKN018 OVC043 08/08 Q1005 NOSIG
LFLL 291730Z VRB01KT 5000 -DZ SCT007 OVC052 09/08 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291700Z 00000KT 5000 BKN006 OVC056 09/07 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291630Z 10002KT 5000 BKN006 OVC056 09/07 Q1004 NOSIG
LFLL 291600Z 00000KT 5000 FEW008 SCT015 BKN050 08/07 Q1004 NOSIG

SX-BHS the next day:
SX-BHS the next day



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Friday, 29 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.960


airberlin group takes delivery of its first Airbus A320 equipped with sharklets

28 March 2013Press Release

Germany's airberlin group took delivery of its first Airbus A320 equipped with fuel saving wing tip devices, called Sharklets. The aircraft will join the fleet of the Austrian based airline NIKI, which is owned by the airberlin group. 

Between now and 2015 the airberlin group, Germany’s second biggest airline, will receive 13 more A320-Family aircraft with Sharklets.

Sharklets are newly designed wing-tip devices, measuring 2,4 metres and replacing the A320’s current wing tip fence. They improve the aircraft’s aerodynamics and significantly cut the airline’s fuel burn and emissions by up to four per cent. Sharklets are an option on new-build A320 Family aircraft, and standard on all members of the NEO Family. They offer the flexibility to A320 Family operators of either adding around 100 nautical miles more range or allowing an increased payload capability of up to 450 kilograms.

As of today, over 9,150 Airbus A320 Family aircraft have been sold worldwide and over 5,450 aircraft delivered to more than 385 customers and operators, making it the world’s best-selling
commercial jetliner ever.

Airbus Updates No.959


Airbus A300  -203(F)  289     EI-EAD  Air Contractors Ireland  DHL cs, ferried 28mar13 LEJ-WOE for part-out & scrap   ex OO-DLU
Airbus A319  -112  2632     D-AKNV  germanwings  ferried 28mar13 OSR-CGN after paint into new cs  ex D-AVWE
 Airbus A319  -111  2646     G-EZIZ  easyJet  ferried 28mar13 SEN-LTN after paint into same cs**  ex D-AVWQ
Airbus A319  -132  3193     D-AGWG  germanwings  ferried 29mar13 OSR-CGN after paint into new cs  ex D-AVYS
 Airbus A319  -132  5535     D-AGWW  germanwings  delivery 28mar13 XFW-OSR for paint   ex D-AVYN
Airbus A320  -214  2374     EI-DEI  Aer Lingus  ferried 28mar13 DUB-SNN for paint into Virgin cs prior wet-lease ops   ex F-WWDU
 Airbus A320  -214  2486     EI-DEO  Aer Lingus  ferried 28mar13 SNN-DUB after paint into Virgin cs prior wet-lease ops  ex F-WWIV
Airbus A330  -343  1397     B-5923  Sichuan Airlines  delivery 28mar13 TLS-CTU  ex F-WWKL
 Airbus A380  -841  114     9M-MNF  Malaysia Airlines  delivery 28mar13 TLS-KUL, 100th A380   ex F-WWSG
Airbus A320-200 [EI-EZV]
Airbus A330-300 [TC-JNI]

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.958


 Airbus A319  -111  2497     EI-EYM  Rossiya  delivery 27mar13 SEN-LED  ex N942FR
Airbus A320  -214  4568     CN-NMG  Air Arabia Maroc  ferried 27mar13 SHJ-ALG-CMN on transfer  ex A6-AND
 Airbus A320  -214  5525      D-AIZR  Lufthansa  delivery 28mar13 XFW-FRA  ex D-AXAP
 Airbus A320  -216  5547     JA04AJ  Air Asia Japan  delivery 27-28mar13 TLS-ESB-ALA  ex F-WWBF
 Airbus A330  -243  461     EC-LVL  Air Europa  re-regd at IST 26mar13 on transfer during overhaul   ex EC-LKE

Airbus Updates No.957


Airbus A320  -211  125     N311US  Delta Air Lines  ferried 25mar13 MZJ-BFM after storage prior rtn to svc   ex F-WWIT
 Airbus A320  -212  349     LZ-BHC  BH Air  1st in svc 23mar13 SOF-BRS-DSA-SOF in new cs, was all white   ex OY-CNR
 Airbus A320  -212  407     UR-CKR  Aviatrans K  delivery 26mar13 ATH-IEV, all white   ex N407BV
 Airbus A320  -212  645     UR-WRM  Windrose Air  ferried 26mar13 MPL-KBP after paint and re-registration  ex UR-DAI
 Airbus A320  -214  1983     EI-EZW  Aer Lingus  in full Virgin Atlantic cs at XSP 24mar13 prior delivery and wet-lease ops (+ 2001 EI-EZV)  ex I-EEZF
 Airbus A320  -214  2486     EI-DEO  Aer Lingus  ferried 22mar13 DUB-SNN for paint into Virgin cs prior wet-lease ops  ex F-WWIV
Airbus A320  -214  5522     OE-LER  flyNiki  delivery 26mar13 XFW-VIE  ex D-AXAO
 Airbus A320  -214  5525      D-AIZR  Lufthansa  delivery 27mar13 XFW-FRA  ex D-AXAP
 Airbus A320  -214  5527     B-9927  China Eastern  delivery 27mar13 XFW-OVB-PVG  ex D-AXAQ
Airbus A320  -214  5556     PK-GLS  Citilink  delivery 26-27mar13 TLS-SHJ-CMB-CGK   ex F-WWDX
Airbus A321  -231  5495     VN-A603  Vietnam Airlines  delivery 26mar13 XFW-BAK-HAN  ex D-AZAL
 Airbus A321  -211  5504     N150UW  US Airways  delivery 26mar13 XFW-BGR-PIT ( + 5513 N151UW)  ex D-AZAN
 Airbus A321  -231  5523     B-MBB  Air Macau  delivery 27-28mar13 XFW-AUH-MFM   ex D-AZAU
 Airbus A321  -231  5528     PT-MXJ  TAM  delivery 27-28mar13 XFW-SID-CNF   ex D-AZAW

Monday, 25 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.956


Hawaiian Airlines orders 16 A321neo aircraft

First single-aisle Airbus aircraft to join Hawaiian’s fleet

25 March 2013Press Release

Following a Memorandum of Understanding in January 2013, Airbus today announced a firm order for 16 A321neo aircraft from Hawaiian Airlines – the first single-aisle order of Airbus aircraft for the carrier. The aircraft will feature a comfortable two-class cabin with approximately190 seats. Hawaiian has not yet announced its engine selection.

“As our Airbus fleet expands, so does our destination network,” said Mark Dunkerley, president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines. “Our fleet of A330s has prompted great response from our customers and employees alike. And the addition of the A321neo to our fleet is expected to generate around one thousand new jobs at our airline.”

“Airbus prides itself on being part of our customers’ growing successes, and this order is the perfect example of how the right plane at the right airline can alter not just a business culture, but a local community,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “The A320neo Family brings a further greening of our product line, and considering the environmental consciousness of the Hawaiian people, this aspect of the aircraft is another driver for eco-friendly, sustainable growth at the airline. It’s also the most comfortable single-aisle flying today.”

Incorporating new engines and large Sharklet wing tip devices, the A320neo Family will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent. In addition, the A320neo Family will provide a double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise. The A320neo will enter into service from late 2015, followed by the A319neo and A321neo in 2016.

More than 9,150 A320 Family aircraft have been ordered and more than 5,450 delivered to more than 385 customers and operators worldwide reaffirming its position as the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft Family. The A320neo has over 95 percent airframe commonality making it an easy fit into existing fleets while offering up to 500 nautical miles (950 kilometers) more range or two metric tons more payload at a given range.

Airbus Updates No.955


Airbus A320  -232  5517    N619NK  Spirit Airlines  delivery 25mar13 TLS-YYR-FLL  ex F-WWDL
Airbus A320  -214  5521      B-9909  Shenzhen Airlines  delivery 25-26mar13 XFW-OVB-SZX   ex D-AXAN

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.954


Vueling takes delivery of its first Airbus Sharklet equipped A320.

22 March 2013Press Release

Vueling, the largest low cost airline in Spain, has taken delivery of its first A320 aircraft equipped with Sharklet fuel saving wing tip devices, becoming the first Spanish carrier to do so. Including this delivery, Vueling’s in-service fleet rises to 61 A320 Family aircraft

Sharklets are newly designed wing-tip devices that improve the aircraft’s aerodynamics and significantly cut the airline’s fuel burn and emissions by four per cent on longer sectors. Sharklets are an option on new-build A320 Family aircraft, and standard on all members of the NEO Family.

 They offer the flexibility to A320 Family operators of either adding around 100 nautical miles more range or allowing an increased payload capability of up to 450 kilograms.

Saturday, 23 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.953


Airbus A310  -203(F)  359     N411FE  FedEx  ferried 22mar13 MEM-VCV for part-out & scrap  ex D-AICN
Airbus A319  -111  2646     G-EZIZ  easyJet  ferried 20mar13 LTN-SEN prior return to lessor, for?   ex D-AVWQ
 Airbus A319  -112  3865     D-ABGS  Air Berlin  in svc 22mar13 MUC-CGN-MUC, basic OLT Express cs   ex SP-IBA
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  5445     P4-MGU  GlobalJet Luxembourg  delivery 22mar13 XFW-ZRH-TLS for cabin config  ex D-AVYJ
Airbus A320  -232  1183    SE-RJE  SAS  delivery 21mar13 SNN-CPH  ex EC-KEC
 Airbus A320  -214  2486     EI-DEO  Aer Lingus  ferried 22mar13 DUB-SNN for paint into Virgin cs prior wet-lease ops  ex F-WWIV
Airbus A320  -232  3071     V8-RBV  Royal Brunei  delivery 22-23mar13 DOH-BKK-BWN, all white  ex A7-ADU
 Airbus A320  -232  4270     LZ-MDC  Via Airlines  ferried 23mar13 SOF-DGX for paint inro Wow Air cs   ex F-WWBS
 Airbus A320  -232  4305     LZ-MDD  Via Airlines  positioned 22mar13 DGX-KEF after paint into Wow Air cs  ex F-WWDZ
 Airbus A320  -214  4735     CS-TRK  Orbest Portugal  ferried / in svc 22/23mar13 LIS-LPA-TKU-LPA   ex EC-LLX
Airbus A320  -214  5512     JA09MC  Star Flyer  delivery 22mar13 XFW-DXB  ex D-AXAK
Airbus A320  -214  5530     EC-LUO  Vueling  delivery 23mar13 TLS-BCN  ex F-WWDG
 Airbus A320  -214  5544     B-LPK  Hong Kong Airlines  delivery 21-22mar13 TLS-AUH-HKG   ex F-WWDV
 Airbus A321  -231  5469     VN-A602  Vietnam Airlines  delivery 23mar13 XFW-BAK-HAN  ex D-AZAD
Airbus A330  -243F  1380     N331QT  Tampa Colombia  delivery 23mar13 TLS-BOG  ex F-WWYK
 Airbus A330  -343  1398     B-LNP  Hong Kong Airlines  delivery 22mar13 TLS-HKG  ex F-WWKR
 Airbus A330  -243  1400     N280AV  Avianca  delivery 22mar13 TLS-MDE, all white   ex F-WWKV
 Airbus A340  -313  210     TF-EAB  Air Madagascar  1st re-regd in svc 22mar13 CDG-TMR, ops now by Air Atlanta  ex F-GLZL
 Airbus A340  -642  383     9H-SEA  HiFly Malta  for delivery 2q13, parked at LDE (+ 416 9H-SUN ex G-VOGE)  ex G-VSHY
 Airbus A380  -841  122     HS-TUD  Thai International  delivery 22mar13 TLS-BKK  ex F-WWSE

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.952


American Airlines selects Airbus’ Runway Overrun Prevention System for its A320 Family fleet

ROPS to also become available to other manufacturers’ aircraft

20 March 2013Press Release

American Airlines has decided to equip all of its A320 Family fleet with Airbus’ innovative Runway Overrun Prevention System (ROPS) technology. This on-board cockpit technology, which Airbus has pioneered independently over several years, increases pilots’ situational awareness during landing, reduces exposure to runway excursion risk, and if necessary, provides active protection.

ROPS was first approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on the A380 in October 2009 and to date is currently in service or ordered on around 70 per cent of the A380 fleet. ROPS is part of the A350 XWB’s basic configuration and is also being applied on the other Airbus types being produced today, starting with the A320 Family, with certification on this type expected later this year.

“We are proud to equip our entire A320 family aircraft fleet with this state-of-the-art ROPS technology,” said Capt. John Hale, Vice President – Flight for American Airlines. “Our pilots appreciate the operational benefits that this industry-approved cockpit technology will bring to their daily work.”

“ROPS is the result of years of continuing research by Airbus,” said Yannick Malinge, Airbus’ Senior Vice President and Chief Product Safety Officer. “Its selection by American Airlines for its A320 Family fleet underscores the value and significant contribution that ROPS brings to aviation safety. Airbus is proud to be on the leading edge of this technology for our industry – where safety is the universal priority.”

Runway excursion – meaning either an aircraft veering off the side of the runway, or overrunning at the very end – has become the primary cause of civil airliner hull losses in recent years, particularly as other formerly prevalent categories of aircraft accidents have now largely been eliminated. Furthermore, various industry bodies including the EASA, NTSB, Eurocontrol and FAA recognize this and are fully behind the introduction of effective measures by commercial aviation stakeholders to not only mitigate, but eliminate the risk of runway excursions.

In line with this, Airbus is working to make ROPS commercially available for aircraft from other manufacturers. The system will be coupled to the mandatory Terrain Avoidance Warning System already fitted and will utilize an enhanced and specially developed version of its worldwide runway database.
The Airbus-patented ROPS computes minimum realistic in-flight landing and on-ground stopping distances while comparing them to available landing distances in real time. The analyses take into account factors such as runway topography, runway condition, aircraft weight and configuration, wind and temperature. The resulting outcome produces audio callouts and alerts for pilots, making ROPS an awareness tool to assist the crew in the go-around decision making process and also the timely application of retardation/stopping means on touchdown.

To regularly enhance the A320 Family’s capabilities and performance, Airbus invests approximately 300 million euros annually in keeping the aircraft highly competitive and efficient. More than 9,150 A320 Family aircraft have been ordered and around 5,460 delivered to over 385 customers and operators worldwide – reaffirming its position as the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft Family.

Airbus Updates No.951


Airbus A310  -304  495     CS-TEI  HiFly  ferried 20mar13 LIS-YYT-VCV, all white, for part-out & scrap   ex F-WWCO
Airbus A319  -112  1084     D-AKNL  germanwings  ferried 20mar13 OSR-STR after paint into new cs ( + 4166 D-AGWO 21mar13 OSR-CGN, + 3172 D-AGWF 21mar13 SNN-CGN)  ex N719US
 Airbus A319  -111  2436     CC-AID  Sky Airline  in full cs at SEN, G-reg after paint prior delivery  ex G-EZIC
 Airbus A319  -112  2632     D-AKNV  germanwings  ferried 20mar13 STR-OSR for paint into new cs (+ 3193 D-AGWG 21mar13 CGN-OSR)  ex D-AVWE
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  5445     P4-MGU  GlobalJet Luxembourg  delivery 21mar13 XFW-ZRH-TLS for cabin config  ex D-AVYJ
 Airbus A320  -211  310     YL-LCC  smartLynx Airlines   ferried 19mar13 RIX-KEF-BGR for part-out & scrap   ex C-FKPS
 Airbus A320  -214  594     N620SC  GECAS  w/o 15mar13 at CGK after numerous hits by ground equip in high winds   ex VN-A302
Airbus A320  -214  3055     D-ABDO  Air Berlin  regd 19mar13 on transfer prior re-delivery ex BUD  ex HB-IOW
Airbus A320  -216  5501     EC-LUS  Iberia Express  delivery 20mar13 XFW-MAD  ex D-AXAG
Airbus A320  -232  5524     B-9902  China Eastern  delivery 19mar13 TLS-SVX-PVG  ex F-WWIS
Airbus A320  -214  5544     B-LPK  Hong Kong Airlines  delivery 21-22mar13 TLS-AUH-HKG   ex F-WWDV

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.950


Wizz Air Ukraine takes delivery of its first Sharklet equipped A320.


First Ukrainian carrier to benefit from up to four per cent fuel savings

19 March 2013Press Release

Wizz Air Ukraine, the leading Ukrainian low-cost airline, has taken delivery of an A320 aircraft equipped with Sharklet fuel saving wing tip devices, becoming the first Ukrainian carrier to do so. Sharklets are newly designed wing-tip devices that improve the aircraft’s aerodynamics and significantly cut the airline’s fuel burn and emissions by four per cent on longer sectors.

Sharklets are an option on new-build A320 Family aircraft, and standard on all members of the NEO Family. They offer the flexibility to A320 Family operators of either adding around 100 nautical miles more range or allowing an increased payload capability of up to 450 kilograms.

“We already operate the youngest and most fuel efficient fleet of any Ukrainian airline, and our investment in Sharklets will help reduce our fuel consumption even further,” said Akos Bus, Director General of Wizz Air Ukraine.

“With high fuel prices and with a four per cent fuel burn reduction, Wizz Air Ukraine’s investment in the Sharklet will pay handsome dividends, said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “We are delighted with Wizz Air Ukraine’s choice to grow their airline with Airbus.”

Wizz Air Ukraine is the only low-fare, low-cost airline serving the Ukrainian market and will operate a fleet of 4 Airbus A320 aircraft from 5 airports in Ukraine to 19 destinations in 10 countries by summer 2013.

The A320 Family is the world’s best-selling and most modern single aisle aircraft Family. To date, over 9,150 aircraft have been ordered and over 5,460 delivered to more than 385 customers and operators worldwide.

Airbus Updates No.949


Lion Air orders 234 A320 Family aircraft

Airbus A321-200 [D-AZAK]
Indonesian low cost carrier becomes new Airbus customer with major order
18 March 2013Press Release

Indonesia’s Lion Air has placed a firm order with Airbus for 234 A320 Family aircraft, comprising 109 A320neo, 65 A321neo and 60 A320ceo. The deal sees the carrier become a new customer for Airbus.
The order was finalised today at a special ceremony at the Elysée Palace in Paris in the presence of President François Hollande of France, who witnessed the signing of documents by Rusdi Kirana, Co-Founder and CEO of Lion Air Group and Fabrice Brégier, President & CEO, Airbus.

In a single class layout the A320 can seat up to 180 passengers, while the A321 can carry up to 236 with the latest cabin configuration options. Lion Air Group will use the aircraft to meet growth requirements on its expanding domestic and regional route network. The carrier will announce engine selections for the aircraft in the near future.

“The fuel-efficient A320 Family will enable Lion Air to achieve the lowest possible operating costs and continue to offer the most competitive fares in the Asian region,” said Rusdi Kirana, Co-Founder and CEO of Lion Air Group. "This landmark order will ensure that the Lion Air Group will continue its expansion with one of the most modern and advanced fleets in the world."

"This announcement marks our first order from Lion Air - one of Asia’s fastest-growing and most successful low cost carriers,” said Fabrice Brégier, President & CEO, Airbus. “The news underscores the market-leading position of the A320 Family, which continues to attract new customers for both the current and new engine options. We very much look forward to welcoming Lion Air as a major new operator of Airbus aircraft.”

Offering the lowest operating costs in its class, the A320 Family is the world's best-selling single-aisle product line. To date, some 9,400 aircraft have been ordered and more than 5.400 delivered to over 380 customers and operators worldwide. The A320ceo and A320neo share over 95 percent airframe commonality, enabling seamless operation of the various models in a single fleet.

Since taking to the skies in 2000, Jakarta-based Lion Air has become one of Asia’s fastest-growing airlines. Today the Group operates an extensive network covering over 70 destinations in Indonesia and South East Asia

Airbus Updates No.948


Airbus A318  -121  3606     CC-CZQ  LAN Airlines  ferried 17mar13 SCL-GYE-MEX, for Avianca Brasil   ex D-AUAG
 Airbus A320  -211  310     YL-LCC  smartLynx Airlines   ferried 19mar13 RIX-KEF-BGR for part-out & scrap   ex C-FKPS
 Airbus A320  -211  726     EI-FAI  Flying Fortress Leasing  ferried 18-19mar13 AMM-PIK-BGR for part-out & scrap in the ÚSA  ex CS-TQS
Airbus A320  -232  1922     VH-YUD  Skywest  ferried 16mar13 SNN-LGW after paint into all wh, G-reg prior delivery  ex G-MEDH
 Airbus A320  -214  2349     VP-BMT  Ural Airlines  delivery 19mar13 AMM-SVX   ex A6-ABD
Airbus A320  -214  3044      EI-FAJ  Rossiya  delivery 17mar13 AMM-LED   ex A6-ABI
Airbus A320  -214  5515     N361VA  Virgin America  delivery 19mar13 XFW-BGR-MIA  ex D-AXAL
 Airbus A320  -214  5518     HB-JLT  Swiss International  delivery 20mar13 XFW-ZRH  ex D-AXAM
Airbus A320  -214  5536     VP-BJA  Aeroflot  delivery 18mar13 TLS-SVO  ex F-WWDM
Airbus A320  -214  5541     PK-GLQ  Citilink  delivery 18-19mar13 TLS-SHJ-CMB-CGK   ex F-WWDT
 Airbus A321  -211  5509     HZ-ASV  Saudi Arabian Airlines  delivery 19mar13 XFW-JED  ex D-AZAO
 Airbus A330  -343  670     OE-ICB  CIT Aerospace  seen regd at PMI 18mar13, Orbest cs, still for Orbest Portugal as CS-TRM?  ex EC-JHP
 Airbus A330  -243  1394     DQ-FJT  Fiji Airways  delivery 16mar13 TLS-HKG  ex F-WWKD
 Airbus A330  -323  1395     9M-MTL  Malaysia Airlines  delivery 18mar13 TLS-KUL  ex F-WWKH
 Airbus A330  -243  1396     B-5918  Air China  delivery 19mar13 TLS-PVG  ex F-WWKJ


Friday, 15 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.947


 Airbus A320  -214  1210     EC-LVB  Vueling  delivery 14mar13 DUB-BCN  ex EI-EZF
 Airbus A320  -214  1292     EC-HUJ  Iberia Express  last IBS-svc 08feb13 LPA-MAD, for Allegiant Air  ex EC-HKL
Airbus A320  -214  3044      EI-FAJ  Rossiya  for delivery 16mar13 AMM-LED   ex A6-ABI
 Airbus A320  -232  4305     LZ-MDD  Via Airlines  ferried 07mar13 SOF-DGX for paint into Wow Air cs   ex F-WWDZ
 Airbus A320  -214  5483     CC-BFI  LAN Airlines  delivery 15-16mar13 XFW-LPA-REC-SCL   ex D-AVVZ
 Airbus A320  -232  5507     VT-IFL  IndiGo Airlines  delivery 14-15mar13 XFW-BAK-DEL   ex D-AXAI
 Airbus A320  -232  5510     N519VL  Volaris  delivery 13mar13 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AXAJ
 Airbus A320  -214  5514     B-LPJ  Hong Kong Airlines  delivery 13-14mar13 TLS-AUH-HKG   ex F-WWDK
 Airbus A320  -232  5520     JA10JJ  Jetstar Japan  delivery 15mar13 TLS-DXB  ex F-WWIN
 Airbus A320  -214  5526     G-ZBAA  Monarch  delivery 14mar13 TLS-LTN  ex F-WWBZ
 Airbus A320  -232  5539     UR-WUC  Wizz Air Ukraine  delivery 15mar13 TLS-IEV  ex F-WWDS
Airbus A321  -231  5500     HL8278  Asiana  delivery 14-15mar13 XFW-OVB-ICN   ex D-AZAM
 Airbus A330  -243F  1386     A7-AFY  Qatar Airways Cargo  delivery 15mar13 TLS-DOH  ex F-WWYR

Airbus Updates No.946


Turkish Airlines places its biggest order ever with Airbus

Up to 117 A320 Family aircraft including first order for the NEO

15 March 2013Press Release

Turkish Airlines, the largest airline in Turkey, has signed a contract for up to 117 A320 Family aircraft (25 A321ceo, 4 A320neo, 53 A321neo and options for 35 additional A321neo aircraft). This order is the largest ever placed by a Turkish carrier. The engine selection will be made at a later date.

“We are placing our biggest ever order with Airbus,” said Faruk Cizmecioglu, Chief Marketing Officer. “At Turkish Airlines our customers expect the best. The A320 Family with its economic benefits combined with superior cabin comfort will greatly contribute to meet our ambitious growth plans.”

“We are delighted with this new order from Turkish Airlines, which takes us above 2,000 NEO orders in a little over two years after launch” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “This order confirms that the NEO is the most cost effective and profitable solution for airlines with ambitious growth plans. The 15 per cent fuel saving and the widest cabin in its class give Turkish Airlines a big competitive advantage.”

Turkish Airlines already operates 75 A320 Family aircraft. The new order will help Turkish Airlines expand their short to medium-haul routes from their Istanbul hub, while the aircraft’s commonality with their existing Airbus fleet will generate additional cost-savings.

Incorporating new engines and large Sharklet wing tip devices, the A320neo Family will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent. In addition, the A320neo Family will provide a double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise. The A320neo will enter into service from late 2015, followed by the A319neo and A321neo in 2016.

More than 9,150 A320 Family aircraft have been ordered and more than 5,450 delivered to more than 385 customers and operators worldwide reaffirming its position as the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft Family. The A320neo has over 95 percent airframe commonality making it an easy fit into existing fleets while offering up to 500 nautical miles (950 kilometres) more range or two tonnes more payload at a given range.

Thursday, 14 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.945


Airbus delivers 100th A380

Sixth aircraft for Malaysia Airlines handed over in Toulouse

14 March 2013Press Release

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and Airbus together marked a major achievement, with the hand-over of the 100th A380 to MAS at Airbus’ Henri Ziegler Delivery Centre in Toulouse, France. The aircraft is the sixth A380 for MAS.

“We are delighted that our 100th A380 delivery is to Malaysia Airlines as this gives us an early glimpse into the future shape of aviation,” said Fabrice Brégier, Airbus President and CEO. “We see a growing demand from dynamic, competitive airlines such as MAS for larger aircraft, with many markets and routes, and in particular in the fast developing Asia-Pacific region, being ideally suited to A380s.”

Now in its sixth year of commercial service, the A380 is flying with nine world class airlines. To date, the worldwide fleet has carried some 36 million passengers in 100,000 flights. Previous generation Very Large Aircraft (VLA 400 seats and above) would have required 140,000 flights. This reduction in flights brings essential relief to airport-congestion and the environment. The corresponding saving of 5.7 million tonnes of CO2, demonstrates the A380 generates more revenue whilst minimising emissions and noise.

The A380 fleet performs over 140 flights per day and carries over one and a half million people each month. Passengers can hop on board one of the A380s which are either taking off or landing every six minutes at one of the 32 international airports where it operates to date. On top of these, more than 50 other airports are getting prepared to accommodate the A380 and answer the airlines’ need for more A380 destinations.
Over the next 20 years, more than 1,700 VLA such as the A380 will have been delivered. Asia Pacific leads demand (45 percent) for these high capacity aircraft, followed by the Middle East (23 percent) and Europe (19 percent).

Typically seating 525 passengers in three classes, the aircraft is capable of flying 8,500 nautical miles or 15,700 kilometres non-stop, carrying more people at lower cost and with less impact on the environment. The spacious, quiet cabin and smooth ride have made the A380 a firm favourite with passengers, resulting in higher load factors wherever it flies.

Since 2006 the A380 has registered repeat orders by satisfied customers every year, bringing the total order book to date to 262 from 20 customers. 

Airbus Updates No.944


Lufthansa Supervisory Board gives go-ahead for major Airbus order

• 100 A320 Family aircraft and two additional A380s

• Third A380 order from the German flag carrier

14 March 2013Press Release

The Lufthansa’s Supervisory Board has approved the acquisition of 100 A320 Family aircraft (35 A320neo, 35 A321neo and 30 A320ceo with Sharklets) and two A380s worth approximately US$ 11.2 billion at list prices. The engine choices will be announced by the airline at a later date.

This latest acquisition reconfirms the Lufthansa Group as Airbus’ largest airline customer, with a total of 532 aircraft ordered. Today the Lufthansa Group is also Airbus’ biggest operator worldwide with 385 Airbus aircraft currently in service. These include: 271 A320 Family, 41 A330s, 63 A340s, and 10 A380s.

‘’The A380 fulfills all our expectations, it’s a very reliable aircraft and our passengers’ feedback is excellent,” said Nico Buchholz, Executive Vice President, Lufthansa Group Fleet Management. “We are delighted to add again two more A380s to our fleet and together with the 100 new A320 Family aircraft these new jets will contribute to cutting our operational costs significantly while reducing our environmental footprint and offering our passengers a benchmark travel comfort thanks to the widest cabins in their respective fleet category.”

“We thank Lufthansa for their continuing strong confidence in our market leading aircraft,“ said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “This third A380 order is a clear sign that the aircraft is working well for our prestigious customer Lufthansa. I am equally pleased, that with this order we are getting close to 2,000 NEO orders in just over two years, proving this jet is clearly the single aisle aircraft of choice.”

The A320neo and A320ceo Family aircraft will be used for Lufthansa Groups’ network development and fleet modernisation. While the CEO with Sharklets will deliver a four per cent fuel burn reduction, the NEO will contribute to cutting Lufthansa’s fuel burn by another 15 per cent. On top the A380 demonstrates a 12 per cent fuel burn reduction compared to its nearest competitor.

Over 36 million passengers have already enjoyed the unique experience of flying on board one of the 1oo A380 delivered so far. With 140 flights per day to date, the entire fleet has accumulated by now 100,000 revenue flights and 850,000 flight hours.

The A320 Family is the world’s best-selling and most modern single aisle aircraft Family. Today more than 9,150 aircraft have been ordered and over 5,450 delivered to more than 385 customers and operators worldwide.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.943


 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  637     D-AEAI  EAT Leipzig  delivery 12mar13 DRS-LEJ after conversion  ex N3740
 Airbus A310  -324(F)  684     M-YRGR  Veling  ferried 13mar13 BOD-BGR-CEW for part-out & scrap  ex VT-AIN
Airbus A319  -112  1084     D-AKNL  germanwings  ferried 13mar13 STR-OSR for paint into new cs (+ 4166 D-AGWO CGN-OSR, + 3172 D-AGWF CGN-SNN))  ex N719US
 Airbus A319  -111  1247     EC-HGT  Iberia  last svc 10mar13 ALG-MAD prior return to lessor   ex D-AVYV
 Airbus A319  -112  1277     D-AKNS  germanwings  ferried 13mar13 OSR-CGN after paint into new cs (+ 2833 D-AGWB, + 3128 D-AGWE SNN-CGN)  ex N743UW
 Airbus A319  -133ACJ  1468     0001  Fuerza Aérea Venezolana   ferried 11mar13 CCS-BOD fllwg death of Hugo Chávez   ex D-AVYQ
Airbus A319  -111  2578     G-EZIW  easyJet  ferried 10mar13 SEN-LGW after paint into special "Linate-Fiumicino" cs  ex D-AVXE
 Airbus A319  -111  2843     EC-JVE  Vueling  ferried 09mar13 MAN-MAD after paint prior transfer  ex D-AVYR
 Airbus A319  -111  2897     EC-JXV  Vueling  ferried 10mar13 CHR-MAD after paint prior transfer  ex D-AVWH
 Airbus A320  -212  407    UR-CKR  Khors Air  at ATH 11mar13, all white, no titl prior delivery  ex N407BV
 Airbus A320  -214  1372     EC-LVC  Vueling  ferried 10mar13 SNN-OSR after paint, OE-reg prior delivery  ex OE-IBQ
Airbus A320  -232  5503     B-6977  China Southern  delivery 09mar13 XFW-DXB  ex D-AXAH
 Airbus A320  -232  5507     VT-IFL  IndiGo Airlines  delivery 13-14mar13 XFW-BAK-DEL   ex D-AXAI
 Airbus A320  -232  5510     N519VL  Volaris  delivery 13mar13 XFW-KEF-BGR-TLC   ex D-AXAJ
 Airbus A321  -211  684     OK-CED  CSA Czech Airlines  ferried 11mar13 BOH-PRG after paint into all white  ex C-GKOJ
 Airbus A330  -243  527     A9C-KG  Gulf Air  ferried 09mar13 BAH-DUB-CWF on return to lessor (+ 529 A9C-KH)  ex F-OMEA
 Airbus A330  -243  532     A9C-KI  Gulf Air  ferried 12mar13 BAH-DUB-CWF on return to lessor (+ 992 A9C-KJ)  ex F-OMEC
Airbus A330  -323  1392     B-5917  China Southern  delivery 12mar13 TLS-TSN  ex F-WWYY

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.942


Airbus A320  -214  5464     YI-ARC  Iraqi Airways  delivery 07mar12 VIE-BGW, OE-reg  ex OE-LEQ
 Airbus A320  -214  5497     D-AIZQ  Lufthansa  delivery 07mar13 XFW-FRA  ex D-AXAE
 Airbus A320  -214  5498     RP-C3273  Cebu Pacific  delivery 06-07mar13 XFW-DMM-DMK-MNL   ex D-AXAF
 Airbus A320  -232  5503     B-6977  China Southern  delivery 09mar13 XFW-DXB  ex D-AXAH
Airbus A330  -243  527     A9C-KG  Gulf Air  ferried 09mar13 BAH-DUB-CWF on return to lessor (+ 529 A9C-KH)  ex F-OMEA
Airbus A330  -343  1382     9V-STT  Singapore Airlines  delivery 08mar13 TLS-SIN  ex F-WWYN
 Airbus A330  -302  1391     VT-JWU  Jet Airways  delivery 08mar13 TLS-DEL  ex F-WWYX
 Airbus A330  -223  1393     HL8276  Korean Air  delivery 08mar13 TLS-ICN  ex F-WWYZ
 Airbus A340  -312  133     CS-TQL  HiFly  ferried 09mar13 LGW-EGBP for part-out & scrap  ex M-YRGQ
 Airbus A340  -542  894     4K-AZ86  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia   ferried 07mar13 BAK-BOD for paint  ex F-WWTH

Airbus Updates No.941


Airbus A310  -324(F)  684     M-YRGR  Veling  ferried 09mar13 BOD-BGR-CEW for part&out & scrap  ex VT-AIN
 Airbus A319  -112  949     HC-COF  TAME  at WOE 08mar13 in full cs, OE-reg prior delivery  ex OE-ISR
 Airbus A319  -112  1791     XY-AGR  Myanmar Airways Int´l   in svc 25feb & 08mar13 RGN-BKK-RGN in full cs  ex OH-LVE
 Airbus A319  -111  2436     G-EZIC  easyJet  ferried 08mar13 MLA-SEN, for Allegiant Air  ex D-AVWC
Airbus A319  -111  2843     EC-JVE  Vueling  ferried 09mar13 MAN-MAD after paint prior transfer  ex D-AVYR
 Airbus A319  -112  5366     V5-ANM  Air Namibia  delivery 07mar13 XFW-ACC-WDH   ex D-AVWG
 Airbus A320  -211  333     YL-LCA  smartLynx Airlines   ferried 07mar13 TFS-BUD on summer-lease to Travel Service   ex 4X-ABC
 Airbus A320  -214  1372     EC-LVC  Vueling  at SNN 08mar13 in full cs, OE-reg prior delivery  ex OE-IBQ
 Airbus A320  -214  1504     OE-LBM  Austrian Airlines  delivery 08mar13 DRS-VIE, basic Air Berlin cs  ex D-ALTE
 Airbus A320  -232  1922     G-MEDH  British Airways   ferried 08mar13 LHR-SNN for paint into all white, for Skywest   ex F-WWBX
Airbus A320  -232  2027     AP-BLK  Shaheen Air International  re-regd on onward delivery 08mar13 RKT-KHI  ex EI-EUL
Airbus A320  -214  2349     VP-BMT  Rossiya  on airtest at AMM 05mar13, A6-reg prior delivery (+ 3044 EI-FAJ A6-reg prior delivery ex A6-ABI)  ex A6-ABD
 Airbus A320  -232  3071     A7-ADU  Qatar Airways  ferried 09mar13 ZRH-DOH after paint into all wh at DUB, return to svc?  ex F-WWIM
Airbus A320  -232  3316     SX-OAH  Aegean Airlines  ferried 26feb/07mar13 ATH-NAP-ATH for paint prior transfer, to be re-regd   ex VT-DNV
 Airbus A320  -233  4543     HC-CNY  LAN Ecuador  re-regd 05mar13 on transfer  ex CC-BAI

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.940


The month in review: February 2013


 
Summary to 28 February 2013


Airbus’ 2013 order book grew by 41 aircraft in February with its A320, A330 and A350 aircraft families, while 45 jetliners were delivered to customers during the month.

Leading the new business was a contract from Los Angeles-based Air Lease Corporation for 20 A350-900s and five A350-1000s, along with 14 A321neo (new engine option) jetliners. With this booking, Airbus’ overall orders for its A350 XWB product line surpassed the 600 mark, sold to 35 international customers.

February’s other acquisition was Turkish Airlines’ contract for two more A330-300s as part of the carrier’s continued growth plans.

Deliveries during the month were led by 35 single-aisle A320 Family aircraft provided to international airlines, leasing companies and a private customer – with this total composed of 23 A320s, nine A321s, two A319s and one A318. The jetliners included nine equipped with Airbus’ Sharklets wingtip devices, which improve aerodynamics while significantly reducing fuel consumption and emissions.

Twin-aisle A330 deliveries in February were composed of seven A330-300s and one A330-200. Completing the month’s activity was the handover of two more A380s (received by Malaysia Airlines and China Southern).

With the new business and delivery activity in February, Airbus’ net orders for 2013 reached 162 aircraft, while its overall backlog stood at 4,764.

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.939


Airbus A319  -112  1089     D-AKNM  germanwings  ferried 05mar13 OSR-STR after paint into new cs  ex N720US
 Airbus A319  -112  1277     D-AKNS  germanwings  ferried 05mar13 STR-OSR for paint into new cs  ex N743UW
 Airbus A319  -112  1884     A9C-EU  Gulf Air  ferried 06mar13 BAH-CPH-YYR on return to lessor   ex C-GTDT
 Airbus A319  -112  1901     A9C-EV  Gulf Air  ferried 06mar13 BAH-CPH-YYR on return to lessor   ex C-GTDS
 Airbus A319  -132  2833     D-AGWB  germanwings  ferried 06mar13 CGN-OSR for paint into new cs  ex D-AVXI
Airbus A319  -132  3011     D-AGWD  germanwings  ferried 06mar13 SNN-CGN after paint into new cs  ex D-AVWB
 Airbus A319  -132  3128     D-AGWE  germanwings  ferried 05mar13 CGN-SNN for paint into new cs  ex D-AVXB
 Airbus A319  -112  3865     D-ABGS  Air Berlin  ferried 05mar13 FMO-MUC, still in OLT Express cs  ex SP-IBA
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  5040     VP-CAD  private  delivery 05mar13 XFW-BSL-FAB, all white  ex D-AVYK
 Airbus A319  -132  5467     D-AGWV  germanwings  ferried 06mar13 OSR-CGN afer paint into new cs  ex D-AVYM
Airbus A320  -214  2009     OE-LBL  Austrian Airlines  ferried 06mar13 VIE-BTS for paint  ex D-ALTL
 Airbus A320  -214  2142     9H-AEF  Air Malta  ferried 05-06mar13 SCL-REC-TFS-MLA after lease to Sky Airline   ex SP-IAD
 Airbus A320  -214  5497     D-AIZQ  Lufthansa  delivery 07mar13 XFW-FRA  ex D-AXAE
Airbus A321  -231  5490     TC-JSG  Turkish Airlines  delivery 06mar13 XFW-IST  ex D-AZAJ

Monday, 4 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.938


Airbus A319  -111  2897     EC-JXV  Iberia  ferried 02mar13 MAD-CHR for paint prior transfer to Vueling  ex D-AVWH
 Airbus A320  -233  461     N941LF  ACG Acquisitions   ferried 28feb-01mar13 CGK-KCH-GUM-HNL-VCV   ex PK-YUE
Airbus A320  -211  726     EI-FAI  Flying Fortress Leasing  regd 26feb13  ex CS-TQS
Airbus A320  -214  3758     CS-TRL  Orbest  ferried 01mar13 SCQ-LIS, EC-reg on transfer   ex EC-KYZ
Airbus A320  -214  4735     CS-TRK  Orbest  ferried 01mar13 TFS-LIS, EC-reg on transfer   ex EC-LLX
 Airbus A321  -211  684     OK-CED  CSA Czech Airlines  ferried 03mar13 PRG-BOH for paint into?  ex C-GKOJ
Airbus A330  -343  670     CS-TRM  Orbest  ferried 24feb13 MAD-PMI, EC-reg prior transfer  ex EC-JHP
 Airbus A330  -343  833     CS-TRH  Orbest  ferried 26feb/01mar13 MAD-PMI-MAD between ops for ConViasa  ex EC-KCP
 Airbus A330  -343  1097     EC-LEQ  Orbest  ferried 03mar13 SCL-GIG after lease to Principal Airlines   ex F-WWKL
 Airbus A330  -243F  1350     A7-AFV  Qatar Airways Cargo  delivery 28feb13 TLS-DOH  ex F-WXAD

Saturday, 2 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.937


Airbus A320  -214  4735     EC-LLX  Orbest  ferried 01mar13 TFS-LIS on transfer to Orbest Portugal   ex D-AVVD
 Airbus A320  -214  5378     B-9920  Spring Airlines  delivery 01mar13 TSN-SHA  ex B-516L
 Airbus A320  -214  5487     D-AIZP  Lufthansa  delivery 01mar13 XFW-FRA  ex D-AXAA
 Airbus A320  -214  5493     CC-BFJ  LAN Airlines  delivery 01-02mar13 XFW-LPA-REC-SCL   ex D-AXAD
 Airbus A320  -214  5494     5A-LAQ  Libyan Airlines  delivery 01mar13 TLS-TIP  ex F-WWBO
 Airbus A320  -232  5499     JA09JJ  Jetstar Japan  delivery 02mar13 TLS-DXB  ex F-WWBP
Airbus A380  -841  120     B-6140  China Southern  delivery 01mar13 TLS-TSN  ex F-WWSB

Airbus Updates No.936


Airbus in Hamburg: Lufthansa takes delivery of its first Airbus A320 equipped with Sharklets

Airbus in Hamburg: Lufthansa takes delivery of its first Airbus A320 equipped with Sharklets

1 March 2013Press Release

Lufthansa has taken delivery of its first A320 equipped with Sharklets at the Airbus site in Hamburg, Germany. Lufthansa is becoming the first carrier in Europe to take benefit of the new fuel-saving wing-tip devices. The airline will receive 21 more A320 Family aircraft equipped with Sharklets until 2015.

Sharklets are made from light-weight composites and are 2.4 meters tall. They are an option on new-build A320 Family aircraft and standard on all members of the new A320neo family. They offer operators up to four percent fuelburn reduction on longer range sectors and provide the flexibility of either adding an additional 100 nautical miles range or increased payload capability of up to 450 kilograms.

As of today, over 9,000 Airbus A320 Family aircraft have been sold worldwide and over 5,400 aircraft delivered to more than 380 customers and operators, making it the world’s best selling commercial jetliner ever.

Friday, 1 March 2013

Airbus Updates No.935


Airbus A320  -214  5502     A6-ANP  Air Arabia  delivery 27feb13 TLS-SHJ  ex F-WWBR
 Airbus A320  -216  5505     9M-AQU  Air Asia  delivery 28feb-01mar13 TLS-SHJ-KUL   ex F-WWBU
 Airbus A320  -232  5508     B-9901  China Eastern  delivery 28feb-01mar13 TLS-OVB-PVG   ex F-WWDI
 Airbus A320  -214  5511     PK-GLP  Citilink  delivery 28feb-01mar13 TLS-SHJ-CMB-CGK   ex F-WWDJ
 Airbus A321  -231  1843     VQ-BRO  Nordwind Airlines  delivery 28feb13 SEN-SVO  ex D-ALAB
Airbus A330  -342  17     B-HLK  Dragonair  emerged in full cs at HKG 27feb13 after paint on transfer from Cathay   ex VR-HLK
 Airbus A330  -343  670     EC-JHP  Orbest  ferried 24feb13 MAD-PMI for storage  ex F-WWKU
 Airbus A330  -343  833     CS-TRH  Orbest  ferried 26feb/01mar13 MAD-PMI-MAD between ops for ConViasa  ex EC-KCP
 Airbus A330  -243F  1350     A7-AFV  Qatar Airways Cargo  delivery 28feb13 TLS-DOH  ex F-WXAD
 Airbus A330  -303  1381  1486  PH-AKE  KLM  delivery 27feb13 TLS-AMS  ex F-WWYL
 Airbus A330  -302  1385     EC-LUK  Iberia  onward delivery 28feb13 AMS-MAD after paint, to be named "Costa Rica"  ex F-WWYQ

Airbus Updates No.934


Airbus A318  -121  3509     PR-ONI  Avianca Brazil  delivery 26-27feb13 MEX-BOG-NAT-CGH  ex CC-CVV
Airbus A319  -112  3865     D-ABGS  Air Berlin  ferried 26feb13 PAD-FMO for onward storage, full OLT Express cs   ex SP-IBA
 Airbus A320  -212  343     F-GKHK  XL Airways France  ferried 20/26feb13 CHR-CDG-KEF-BGR-GYR on return to lessor   ex OO-TCK
 Airbus A320  -232  573     N181LF  ILFC  regd 20feb13, ferried 26-27feb13 SHE-GUM-HNL-GYR   ex B-6025
 Airbus A320  -214  1372     OE-IBQ  GECAS  ferried 28feb13 OSR-SNN, all white, for Vueling  ex B-6250
 Airbus A320  -232  1497     AP-BLJ  Shaheen Air International   delivery 26feb13 DUB-RKT, EI-reg  ex EI-EUS
Airbus A320  -214  2009     OE-LBL  Austrian Airlines  delivery 28feb12 BUD-VIE  ex D-ALTL
 Airbus A320  -214  2011     EC-INZ  Orbest  ferried 26feb13 MAD-AUH on return to lessor  ex F-WWBR
 Airbus A320  -232  2027     AP-BLK  Shaheen Air International   delivery 26feb13 DUB-RKT, EI-reg  ex EI-EUL
 Airbus A320  -214  2540     LZ-FBC  Bulgaria Air  ferried 01mar13 SOF-JED on wet-lease to NAS Air ( + 2596 LZ-FBD)  ex EC-JMB
Airbus A320  -214  2968     HB-IOS  Belair  ferried 28feb13 MST-ZRH after paint into new Air Berlin cs, was last a/c in old cs  ex D-ABDK
 Airbus A320  -232  3316     SX-OAH  Olympic Airlines  ferried 26feb13 ATH-NAP after storage on return to lessor   ex VT-DNV
 Airbus A320  -214  3889     EC-LAJ  Orbest  ferried 27feb13 BCN-WOE on return to lessor ( + 3868 EC-KZG ACE-WOE, + 3933 EC-LRT TFS-WOE))  ex F-WWBX
Airbus A320  -214  5493     CC-BFJ  LAN Airlines  delivery 01-02mar13 XFW-LPA-REC-SCL   ex D-AXAD