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Saturday, 31 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1102

Airbus A300  -622R(F)  641     D-AEAJ  EAT Leipzig  ferried 28aug13 CHR-LTN after paint into DHL cs   ex N5641
 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  730     D-AEAR  EAT Leipzig  ferried 28aug13 LEJ-CHR for paint into DHL cs  ex N4730
Airbus A320  -232  5021     HA-LWM  Wizz Air  ferried 28aug13 FCO-BUD fllwg repairs after landing incident with incomplete undercarriage 08jun13  ex F-WWIY
 Airbus A320  -232  5695     JA14JJ  Jetstar Japan  delivery 29aug13 TLS-AUH  ex F-WWBJ
 Airbus A320  -214  5726     B-9943  China Eastern  delivery 29aug13 TLS-TSE, Qinghai cs   ex F-WWBY
 Airbus A320  -232  5727     VT-IFS  IndiGo Airlines  delivery 29-30aug13 TLS-BAK-DEL   ex F-WWIT
 Airbus A320  -216  5729     EC-LYE  Iberia Express  delivery 28aug13 TLS-MAD  ex F-WWIZ
 Airbus A320  -214  5737     B-9978  Juneyao Airlines  delivery 30aug13 TLS-TSE  ex F-WWIU
 Airbus A320  -214  5764     CC-BFQ  LAN Airlines  delivery 31aug-01sep13 XFW-LPA-REC-SCL   ex D-AVVW
 Airbus A321  -231  5321     F-WXAF  Airbus  ferried 27aug13 LDE-ZRH, Gulf Air cs after storage, A9C-CE ntu?   ex D-AZAS
 Airbus A321  -231  5743     B-9919  Air China  delivery 27aug13 XFW-OVB  ex D-AZAJ
 Airbus A330  -223  238    PT-MVB  TAM  ferried 27aug13 GRU-MIA on return to lessor  ex A6-EYY
 Airbus A330  -223  247     PT-MVC  TAM  ferried 29aug13 GRU-MIA on return to lessor  ex F-WWKH
Airbus A330  -223  232      PT-MVA  TAM  ferried 28aug13 GRU-MIA on return to lessor  ex A6-EYX
 Airbus A340  -313  282     A9C-LJ  Gulf Air  ferried 28aug13 CMB-IST after storage since 16jan13   ex A4O-LJ
 Airbus A340  -642  371      G-VGOA  Virgin Atlantic  ferried 28aug13 LGW-LDE, all white on return to lessor  ex F-WWCB
 Airbus A380  -861  126     HL7621  Korean Air  delivery 27aug13 TLS-ICN  ex F-WWSZ
 Airbus A380  -861  132     A6-EEK  Emirates  delivery 29aug13 XFW-DXB  ex F-WWSF

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1101

Airbus A319  -133(ACJ)  4842     VQ-BVQ  Rizon Jet  delivery 27aug13 BSL-ZRH-BQH  ex D-AVWI
 Airbus A319  -112  5753     N4005X  American Airlines  delivery 27aug13 XFW-BGR-DFW  ex D-AVXB
Airbus A320  -214  605     N587MS  GECAS  scrapped at SNN 19-23aug13 after part-out  ex VN-A304
 Airbus A320  -214  2846     4K-AZ77  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia   ferried 27aug13 OSR-BAK after paint into new cs   ex D-ABDH
 Airbus A320  -214  2865     4K-AZ79  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia   ferried 27aug13 BAK-OSR for paint into new cs   ex D-ABDJ
 Airbus A320  -232  5708     9V-JSU  Jetstar  delivery 24aug13 TLS-AZI-SIN  ex F-WWDN
Airbus A321  -231  5321     F-WXAF  Airbus  ferried 27aug13 LDE-ZRH, Gulf Air cs after storage, A9C-CE ntu?   ex D-AZAS
 Airbus A321  -231  5743     B-9919  Air China  delivery 27aug13 XFW-OVB  ex D-AZAJ
 Airbus A330  -243F  1442     TC-JCI  Turkish Airlines Cargo  delivery 27aug13 TLS-IST  ex F-WWKK

Friday, 23 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1100

Airbus A300  -622R(F)  617     D-AEAD  EAT Leipzig  ferried 21aug13 EMA-MAN for paint into DHL cs   ex N2617
Airbus A310  -325  704     7O-ADW  Yemenia  ferried 22aug13 SAH-AMM-BOD  ex F-OHPS
Airbus A319  -111  1247     EI-FDB  ILFC  regd 22aug13 at SNN  ex EC-HGT
Airbus A320  -231  373     N304ML  Comtran International  ferried 20aug13 MEX-LRD-SAT, Thai Regional ntu   ex N373KA
Airbus A320  -211  726     UR-YAD  Yan Air  delivery 21-22aug13 GYR-YYR-OSR-KBP in full cs   ex N281LF
 Airbus A320  -232  877     AP-BLI  Shaheen Air International   painted at DUB 18-24aug13 prior delivery  ex EI-ELG
Airbus A320  -232  5714     A6-EIS  Etihad Airways  delivery 22-23aug13 TLS-LCA-AUH  ex F-WWDT
Airbus A330  -343  1443     B-LBC  Cathay Pacific  delivery 20aug13 TLS-HKG  ex F-WWKN
 Airbus A340  -642  371      G-VGOA  Virgin Atlantic  ferried 10aug/21aug13 MNL-MAN-LGW after paint into all white at MAN prior return to lessor   ex F-WWCB

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1099

Airbus A319  -111  1247     EC-HGT  Iberia  ferried 16aug13 MAD-SNN on return to ILFC  ex D-AVYV
 Airbus A319  -133ACJ  1335     A7-HHJ  Qatar Amiri Flight  ferried 08/18aug13 BSL-SNN-DOH, paint into new cs   ex A7-ABZ
 Airbus A319  -111  3179     VP-BQK  Donavia  all white at DUB 14aug13 prior paint & delivery  ex EC-KFT
 Airbus A319  -112  5745     N9004F  American Airlines  for delivery 21aug13 XFW-BGR-DFW  ex D-AVXA
Airbus A320  -232  2128     P4-PAS  Air Astana  ferried 19aug13 AKX-SEN on return to lessor  ex D-ARFF
 Airbus A320  -214  2846     4K-AZ77  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia   ferried 20aug13 BAK-OSR for paint into new cs  ex D-ABDH
 Airbus A320  -214  3006     4K-AZ84  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia   ferried 18aug13 OSR-BAK after paint into new cs  ex HB-IOU
Airbus A320  -214  5749     PR-TYD  TAM  delivery 19-20aug13 TLS-SID-CNF  ex D-AVVU
 Airbus A321  -211  666     SX-BHT  Hermes Airlines  delivery 16aug13 MPL-CDG, basic Almasria cs  ex EI-ESI
 Airbus A321  -211  5720     VP-BOC  Aeroflot  delivery 16aug13 XFW-SVO  ex D-AZAT
 Airbus A321  -231  5747     RP-C9902  Philippine Airlines  delivery 16aug13 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AZAL
 Airbus A330  -342  669     B-LAA  Dragonair  ferried 19aug13 XMN-HKG on transfer after paint  ex F-WWKS

Friday, 16 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1098

 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  602     D-AEAC  EAT Leipzig  ferried 16aug13 CHR-LEJ after paint into DHL cs  ex N4602
 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  641     D-AEAJ  EAT Leipzig  ferried 16aug13 BGY-CHR for paint into DHL cs  ex N5641
 Airbus A320  -232  5723  210  N828JB  jetBlue  delivery 16aug13 TLS-PWM-MCO  ex F-WWID
 Airbus A321  -231  5699     VN-A605  Vietnam Airlines  delivery 16aug13 XFW-BAK-HAN  ex D-AZAH
Airbus A321  -211  5720     VP-BOC  Aeroflot  delivery 16aug13 XFW-SVO  ex D-AZAT
Airbus A321  -211  5733     VP-BPP  UTair Aviation  delivery 15aug13 XFW-HMA  ex D-AZAD
 Airbus A321  -231  5747     RP-C9902  Philippine Airlines  delivery 16aug13 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AZAL
 Airbus A330  -343  791     9M-XXM  Air Asia X  delivery 14aug13 XMN-SIN, all wh for cabin config   ex B-HWJ

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1097

IAG airline group announces Airbus orders 



INTERNATIONAL Airlines Group (IAG), parent of British Airways and Iberia, has announced firm orders and options for up to 220 Airbus A320 family shorthaul aircraft.

The London-based company said up to 120 of the orders were for Spanish subsidiary airline Vueling, enabling it to "replace some of its existing A320 fleet and expand its business".

The Vueling agreement is made up of 62 firm orders -- 30 A320ceo and 32 A320neo -- to be delivered between 2015 and 2020, and 58 options.

IAG has also secured 100 options for the A320neo, the family's latest model, which could be used by British Airways, Iberia or Vueling.

"Vueling has managed to successfully expand its business profitably by targeting both growth markets and those areas where weak competitors are reducing capacity," explained IAG chief executive, Willie Walsh.

IAG said it had negotiated "a very substantial discount" from the list prices, which are $US81.8 million ($A90.31 million) for the A320ceo and $US92.0 million for the A320neo.

Its shareholders will need to approve the firm orders at a meeting later this year.

Airbus Updates No.1096

UPS Flight 1354 accident in Birmingham – Alabama USA

14 AUGUST 2013 PRESS RELEASE
Airbus regrets to confirm that an A300-600F operated by UPS was involved in an accident shortly after 09.50hrs (UTC), at Birmingham, Alabama today. The aircraft was operating a scheduled service, Flight 1354, from Louisville, KY to Birmingham AL.

The aircraft involved in the accident, registered under the number N155UP (and with ‘manufacturer serial number’ MSN841), was delivered to UPS from the production line in 2003. The aircraft had accumulated approximately 11,000 flight hours in some 6,800 flights. It was powered by Pratt & Whitney engines. At this time no further factual information is available.

In line with the ICAO Annex 13 international convention, Airbus will provide full technical assistance to the French BEA as well as to the authorities who will be responsible for the accident investigation. A team of specialists from Airbus is being dispatched to Alabama.

The A300-600F is a twin-engined widebody freighter aircraft. The first A300-600F entered service in 1994. At the end of June 2013, 104 A300-600Fs were in service.
Airbus will make further factual information available as soon as the details have been confirmed. However, the investigation remains the entire responsibility of the relevant authorities and it would be inappropriate to speculate into the cause of the accident.

The concerns and sympathies of the Airbus employees go out to the families, friends and loved ones affected by the accident of Flight 1354.


Airbus Updates No.1095

Incident: Easyjet A320 at Milan on Aug 12th 2013, engine doors torn off



An Easyjet Airbus A320-200, registration G-EZTC performing flight U2-2715 from Milan Malpensa (Italy) to Lisbon (Portugal) with 174 people on board, was in the initial climb out of Malpensa's runway 35R when the left hand engine's (CFM56) doors opened and were subsequently torn off the engine. The crew stopped the climb at about 3500 feet and returned to runway 35L for a safe landing about 10 minutes later.

Italy's ANSV have opened an investigation into the occurrence rated a serious incident reporting that debris off the engine doors also caused damage to the aft fuselage and tailplane.


Crash: UPS A306 at Birmingham on Aug 14th 2013, contacted trees and touched down outside airport



A UPS Airbus A300-600, registration N155UP performing freight flight 5X-1354 from Louisville,KY to Birmingham,AL (USA) with 2 crew, was on approach to Birmingham's runway 18 at 04:51L (09:51Z) but touched down near the intersection Airport Road/Tarrant Huffman Road about 0.8nm short of the runway in open terrain, burst into flames leaving a trail of debris of about quarter of a nautical mile and coming to a stop about 0.55nm before the runway threshold and slightly left of the extended center line. Both crew were killed. The area has been cordoned off. No people on the ground or houses on the ground were affected.

Local police reported a large cargo aircraft crashed just outside the airport and said - following the Mayor's announcement of both crew having died - that both crew are still unaccounted for.

The FAA confirmed a UPS cargo aircraft crashed at Birmingham Airport. The FAA later declined comments on the condition of the crew (following Birmingham City Mayor's announcements the crew had perished in the crash), but in the afternoon (local time) confirmed both flight crew were fatally injured in the crash.

Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport reported a UPS Cargo Airbus A300 went down just outside the airport perimeter fence, so far there is no word on the fate of the crew and damage to the aircraft (repeated after the City Mayor made his announcements).

The Mayor of Birmingham said, that both crew perished in the crash.

UPS confirmed on Twitter one of their aircraft was involved in an incident at Birmingham,AL Airport. The airline has no verified information on the condition of their crew.

Airbus confirmed N155UP suffered an accident shortly after 09:50Z while on approach to Birmingham,AL arriving as flight 5X-1354 from Louisville,KY. The aircraft was produced in 2003 and had accumulated roughly 11,000 flight hours in 6,800 flight cycles. A team of Airbus specialists have been dispatched to Alabama to join the investigation by the NTSB, members of the French BEA are also going to join the investigation.

The NTSB have dispatched a go-team of 26 investigators to Birmingham,AL. An on site press conference has been scheduled at 16:00L (21:00Z).

In their first press conference on Aug 14th 2013 the NTSB reported the A300-600F N155UP flight 5X-1354 crashed while on approach to runway 18 of Birmingham. There were three impact points prior to the final position of the wreckage over a distance of about 200 yards (200 meters). It appears the aircraft contacted a number of trees on the top of the hill prior to the first point of impact on the ground. The overwing section was extensively damaged by fire, the tail section was still smouldering preventing the black boxes to be recovered, the NTSB is optimistic to recover the boxes the next day. The investigation will "begin in earnest tomorrow morning". Initial information, subject to verification, suggests the crew did not issue a distress call.

Airbus Updates No.1094

Airbus A300  -622R(F)  797     A6-NIN  Maximus Air Cargo  ferried 14aug13 AUH-DRS after storage  ex JA012D
Airbus A300  F4-622R  841     N155UP  UPS United Parcel  crashed on finals 14aug13 SDF-BHM, 2/2 dead  ex F-WWAT
 Airbus A320  -211  236     F-GHQK  Air France  ferried 13aug13 CDG-MME for part-out & scrap    
 Airbus A320  -212  466     LY-VES  Avion Express  ferried 08/14aug13 SEN-NWI-SEN, paint into all wh, N-reg prior delivery  ex N466AG
Airbus A320  -214  5741     D-AIZX  Lufthansa  delivery 14aug13 XFW-DUS  ex D-AVVT
 Airbus A321  -231  5709     VN-A606  Vietnam Airlines  delivery 13aug13 XFW-BAK-HAN  ex D-AZAQ
Airbus A321  -231  5736     B-9933  China Southern  delivery 13aug13 XFW-OVB  ex D-AZAF

Monday, 12 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1093

 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  837     A6-HAZ  Maximus Air Cargo  ferried 12aug13 AUH-DRS after storage  ex JA015D
 Airbus A319  -111  1841     VP-BNN  Donavia  delivery 05-06aug13 GYR-BOS-KEF-ROV   ex N914FR
 Airbus A319  -111  3179    EC-KFT  Iberia  ferried 07aug13 MAD-DUB, for Donavia  ex D-AVXK
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  3632     OE-LIP  Tyrolean Jet Service  regd 08aug13, delivery 10aug13 BSL-INN   ex D-AHAD
Airbus A320  -214  5716     VP-CXJ  Nas Air  delivery 12aug13 XFW-JED  ex D-AVVM
 Airbus A321  -231  5728     N567UW  US Airways  delivery 09aug13 XFW-BGR-PIT  ex D-AZAV
Airbus A330  -343  1438     B-5935  Hainan Airlines  delivery 09aug13 TLS-HAK  ex F-WWKE
Airbus A330  -243  1441     N288AY  US Airways  delivery 10aug13 TLS-CLT  ex F-WWKI

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1092

Philippine Airlines takes delivery of first A321

Carrier adds capacity with comfort on largest model of A320 Family
7 AUGUST 2013 PRESS RELEASE
Philippine Airlines (PAL) has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321. The aircraft was handed over at the Airbus delivery centre in Hamburg, Germany yesterday and is the first of 64 new Airbus aircraft ordered by the airline in 2012 under a major fleet modernisation programme. These include 44 single aisle A321s and 20 widebody A330s.
Philippine Airlines has specified a two class layout for its A321s, with 12 seats in Business Class and 187 in Economy. The airline will operate its new A321s primarily on international routes across the Asian region, as well as on selected domestic flights.
“We are excited about the A321 not only because its size fit our expansion plans, but the flexibility it gives us in matching the aircraft to specific route requirements is tremendous,” said Ramon Ang, President and CEO, Philippine Airlines. “With the A321 we will be able to add capacity without compromising comfort, offering our passengers a choice between full premium class and a great range of value fares.”
“The addition of the A321 to the PAL fleet reflects a general move towards larger aircraft types in all the various size categories – including the single aisle market,” said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customers, Airbus. “With the A321 PAL will benefit from the additional seat count and unbeatable operating costs offered by the aircraft, while offering its passengers a great in-flight experience. We are sure that the A321 will be a winner for the airline, enabling it to compete even more effectively in the fast-growing Asian market.”
The A321 joins an Airbus fleet at Philippine Airlines that already includes 22 A320 Family aircraft flying on domestic and regional routes, as well as nine in service with its budget subsidiary PAL Express. The carrier also operates eight widebody A330s on higher capacity routes across Asia and seven A340-300s on its longest services to the United States.  
Following the introduction of the A321, Philippine Airlines will take delivery of the first of its 20 new A330s in the third quarter of the year. The carrier is also currently adding four A340-300s to its fleet for deployment on new non-stop services to Europe, scheduled to begin next month.
The A321 is the largest member of the best-selling single aisle A320 Family which has the lowest seat mile costs of any single aisle aircraft. As with other members of the A320 Family, the aircraft offers a wider cabin than competing single aisle products, enabling wider seats, a wider aisle and more personal space.
To date, more than 9,800 aircraft from the Family have been ordered and over 5,600 delivered to more than 385 customers and operators worldwide.

Airbus Updates No.1091

ORDERS & DELIVERIES

THE MONTH IN REVIEW: JULY 2013

The month in review
A busy month for orders and deliveries brought Airbus’ backlog to new industry record once again, with 174 jetliner bookings in July and 52 aircraft provided to international customers.  It included the addition of two more airlines for A320 Family NEO (new engine option) versions, while another carrier joined the list of A350 XWB customers.
New business during the month was led by easyJet’s purchase confirmation for 135 A320 Family aircraft, composed of 100 A320neo and 35 A320ceo (current engine option) jetliners.   easyJet already is the largest A320 Family customer and operator in Europe, operating one of region’s most extensive route networks that also positions it as the United Kingdom’s largest airline.  It becomes a new customer for the NEO.
Orders for Airbus’ single-aisle product line in July also included two bookings from key leasing company customers: 15 A321ceo aircraft from International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC); and CIT’s contract for five A321ceo and three A319ceo.  
Also added to the order book were three A320neo and three A320ceo jetliners for Syphax Airlines, a new Tunisian airline that becomes the first African-based carrier ordering the NEO; and Nepal Airlines Corporation’s firm booking for two A320ceo aircraft equipped with Sharklet fuel-saving wingtip devices.  Completing the July single-aisle sales was an ACJ320 corporate jet order from an unnamed customer.
The widebody product line registered two bookings in July: SriLankan Airlines’ agreement for four A350-900s, becoming a new A350 XWB customer; and three A330-300s for Turkish Airlines, continuing the sales success for this popular twin-engine jetliner.
With the latest business transactions, and taking cancellations into account, Airbus has registered a total of 892 net orders in the first seven months of 2013.
July’s deliveries totaled 52 aircraft, involving 42 A320 Family jetliners 9 A330s and one A380.  Among them were the first of 12 A380s for British Airways, making it the 10th carrier to receive the 21st century flagship jetliner; American Airlines’ initial Airbus single-aisle aircraft, which also was the first A319 delivered with Sharklets; and an A330-300 to Cathay Pacific, marking the 1,000th A330-series jetliner provided to the global base of operators and customers.
The month’s activity brings total Airbus deliveries in 2013 to 347, with these aircraft provided to 79 customers during the January-July timeframe.
As a result of the July orders and deliveries, Airbus once again surpassed the industry backlog record, with 5,227 aircraft to be delivered as of July 31.

Airbus Updates No.1090

Airbus delivers 8,000th aircraft – an A320 for AirAsia

Over 10 billion passengers have flown on Airbus fuel efficient aircraft
5 AUGUST 2013 PRESS RELEASE
Airbus has delivered its 8,000th aircraft – an A320 for the Indonesian wing of AirAsia. The aircraft took off from Toulouse, France on Saturday 3rd August and arrived earlier today at its new base in Jakarta.
The delivery of the 8,000th Airbus aircraft highlights the manufacturer’s position as leader in the civil aircraft market, delivering airlines the most advanced, fuel efficient family of aircraft available today. The product line is also the most comprehensive ever offered by an aircraft manufacturer, covering every segment of the market from 100 to over 500 seats.
“AirAsia has a long-standing, special relationship with Airbus. This is a very special moment for all of us. The people behind Airbus and their commitment in delivering the best product are key to our fruitful relationship, and we are extremely proud to have the 8,000th Airbus as a member of our fleet. It’s the same pioneering, forward-looking mindset and a lot of hard work that have brought both AirAsia and Airbus to their respective leading positions today,” said Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, Group Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia. “The excellent fuel efficiency and economics of Airbus aircraft are key contributors to AirAsia’s success – we are confident that these modern aircraft will enable us to continue our ambitious growth plans.”
“It’s particularly fitting that our 8,000th delivery goes to AirAsia - one of the world’s fastest growing airlines,” said Fabrice Brégier, Airbus President and CEO. “In an increasingly challenging and diverse worldwide economic context, we are more than ever focused on delivering real value to our customers. We will achieve this by continuing to innovate, together with our customers, in all fields of the business to stay ahead of the game and offer the most efficient products and services.” 
AirAsia Group is the largest low-cost airline in Asia and operates an all-Airbus fleet. The airline is the largest customer for the A320 Family, having ordered a total of 475 aircraft, comprising 264 A320neo and 211 A320ceo. Meanwhile, Airbus widebody aircraft are the choice of the group’s long haul affiliate AirAsiaX, which has ordered a total of 26 A330-300s and ten A350 XWBs. A total of 141 Airbus aircraft are flying today in AirAsia’s colours out of its 16 bases in the region, which include Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
The Airbus product line comprises the best-selling A320 Family in the single aisle market, the popular A330 and all-new A350 XWB in the mid-size widebody category and the flagship A380 in the very large aircraft segment. In the freight market Airbus currently offers the new-build A330-200F and the A330 Passenger-to-Freighter (A330P2F) programme. Over 13,000 Airbus aircraft have been ordered and 8,000 delivered to nearly 500 customers and operators worldwide. Every two seconds an Airbus aircraft takes off or lands.

Airbus Updates No.1089

 Airbus A300  -622R(F)  836     A6-SUL  Maximus Air Cargo  ferried 08aug13 AUH-RS after storage  ex JA014D
 Airbus A319  -111  3179    EC-KFT  Iberia  ferried 07aug13 MAD-DUB, for Donavia  ex D-AVXK
Airbus A320  -233  460    N951LF  ACG Acquisitions  ferried 02-04aug13 CGK-GUM-HNL-VCV for onward storage   ex PK-YUC
 Airbus A320  -212  466     N466AG  ACG Acquisitions  ferried 08aug13 SEN-NWI for paint, for Avion Express   ex 5N-FNB
Airbus A320  -232  5712     VT-IFR  IndiGo Airlines  delivery 06-07aug13 TLS-BAK-DEL  ex F-WWDL
 Airbus A320  -214  5724     JA810P  Peach Aviation  delivery 07aug13 XFW-DWC  ex D-AVVP
Airbus A320  -214  5735     B-9946  China Eastern  delivery 07aug13 XFW-OVB  ex D-AVVR
 Airbus A320  -214  5739     G-EZWM  easyJet  delivery 05aug13 XFW-LGW  ex D-AVVS
Airbus A321  -231  5715     RP-C9901  Philippine Airlines  delivery 06aug13 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AZAS
 Airbus A330  -223  296     UR-WRQ  Windrose Air  onward delivery 05aug13 MAN-KBP after paint  ex OE-ICN
 Airbus A330  -202  923     A6-EYB  Etihad Airways  1st in svc 07/08aug13 AUH-KUL-AUH, leased from Jet Airways  ex VT-JWM
 Airbus A330  -243  1440     B-5931  China Eastern  delivery 06aug13 TLS-PVG  ex F-WWKG

Monday, 5 August 2013

Airbus Updates No.1088

Airbus A300  -622R(F)  602     D-AEAC  EAT Leipzig  ferried 04aug13 LEJ-CHR for paint into DHL cs  xx N4602
 Airbus A319  -112  1884     VP-BTF  Ural Airlines  delivery 01aug13 CWF-KEF-SVX  ex A9C-EU
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  2487     4K-AI02  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia  ferried 02aug13 OSR-BAK after paint into new cs  ex 4K-AZ01
 Airbus A319  -115ACJ  4470     D-ALXX  K5-Aviation  posn / in svc 01/02aug13 VIE-MUC-VKO-BDS   ex 9H-ALX
 Airbus A319  -112  5704     N93003  American Airlines  delivery 01aug13 XFW-BGR-DFW  ex D-AVYS
 Airbus A320  -211  199     EC-ICQ  Vueling  ferried 01aug13 MAD-EGBP for part-out & scrap  ex EC-583
Airbus A320  -214  1292     N215NV  Allegiant Air  delivery 04-05aug13 DUB-BGR-SBD  ex EC-HUJ
 Airbus A320  -232  2164     TC-JUF  Turkish Airlines  delivery 02aug13 XSP-DEL-IST  ex 9V-VLF
 Airbus A320  -214  2991     4K-AZ80  Azerbaijan Airlines Avia  ferried 02aug13 BAK-OSR for paint into new cs  ex HB-IOT
Airbus A320  -214  4735     VP-CXL  NAS Air  delivery 03aug13 WOE-JED  ex CS-TRK
 Airbus A320  -216  5703     HS-BBE  Thai Air Asia  delivery 01aug13 TLS-SHJ-DMK  ex F-WWBI
 Airbus A320  -216  5706     PK-AZF  Indonesia Air Asia  delivery 03-04aug13 TLS-SHJ-DMK-CGK   ex F-WWDC
 Airbus A320  -214  5718     A6-ANR  Air Arabia  delivery 01aug13 XFW-SHJ  ex D-AVVN
 Airbus A320  -232  5721     9V-TRL  Tigerair  delivery 02aug13 XFW-DWC-SIN  ex D-AVVO
 Airbus A320  -214  5730     B-9930  China Southern  delivery 03aug13 XFW-OVB  ex D-AVVQ
Airbus A330  -323  1431     9M-MTM  Malaysia Airlines  delivery 31jul13 TLS-KUL  ex F-WWCN
 Airbus A330  -243  1434     B-5925  Air China  delivery 02aug13 TLS-TSN  ex F-WWCR
 Airbus A330  -243  1439     EC-333  Airbus  ferried 02aug13 TLS-LEGT for MRTT-conversion   ex F-WWKF
 Airbus A400  M  0007     F-RBAA**  Armee de l´Air  delivery 02aug13 SVQ-LFOJ  ex A4M007