Airbus booked 14 orders in March for its single-aisle A320 Family, widebody A330 and A380, while the month’s 57 deliveries covered the company’s in-production product lines – with airline customers receiving A380s, A350 XWBs, A330s and A320 Family jetliners.
The new business during March involved two A380s from an undisclosed customer, seven A320neo aircraft for CSA Czech Airlines and one ACJ319neo corporate jet for a private customer, along with four A330-200s to be converted by Airbus Defence and Space into the Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) configuration.
Taking bookings and cancellations into account, Airbus’ net order total for the first three months of 2016 was 10 aircraft.
Deliveries in March were paced by the 47 single-aisle A320 Family jetliners, including four A320neo new engine option versions.
Widebody deliveries during the month involved five A330s, along with three A350 XWBs, as well as two A380s.
In total, Airbus delivered 125 aircraft to 49 customers during the January-March timeframe (composed of 103 A320 Family aircraft – including five A320neo jetliners, 13 A330s, four A350 XWBs and five A380s).
Taking the latest month’s order and delivery activity into account, Airbus’ backlog stood at 6,716 aircraft to be delivered as of 31 March.
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In addition to orders, deliveries and aircraft in operations, this table shows Airbus' backlog, which is the number of jetliners on firm order that remain to be delivered.
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