طلبيات وخيارات في معرض فارنبرة
July 20, 2022 - صفقة طيران ضخمة لخطوط إير إنديا الجوية في معرض فارنبورو الدولي للطيران تشهد تنافساً بين شركتي إيرباص وبوينغ للحصول على حصة من طلب ترقية بقيمة 50 مليار دولار لما يصل إلى 370 طائرة.
According to Reuters, officials from Airbus and Boeing visited India last week in pursuit of a combined order for 200-300 narrow-bodies and 30-70 wide-body jets. The deal would be worth some $50 billion at list prices but likely to come in at $20-25 billion after industry discounts.
Airbus is trailing its U.S. rival Boeing in the orders battle, clinching a $1.1-billion order for 12 Airbus A220-300 airliners from Delta Airlines on Tuesday (July 19, 2022). So far, Airbus has received 20 orders and 162 options worth around $14.5 billion at list prices.
The European planemaker is behind Boeing’s haul of 178 orders and 76 options worth an estimated $26.8 billion. Boeing kicked off the airshow, clinching a $13.5-billion deal for its crisis-hit 737 MAX from Delta Airlines. The U.S. carrier ordered 100 medium-haul 737 MAX 10 jets with an option for 30 more. Japan’s All Nippon Airways agreed to buy 20 MAX 8 jets worth $2.4 billion.
Tuesday saw 777 partners agree to an $8 billion deal for 30 MAX 8-200s with options for 36 more. The MAX 8-200 increases the single-aisle aircraft’s seating capacity for use in the low-cost market.
Brazil’s Embraer has deals for 46 aircraft with options for a further 58, potentially packing its order book with $9.4 billion of sales.
ATR, a joint venture between Airbus and Italian aerospace group Leonardo, has ten firm orders and 36 options worth around 820 million at list prices.
- Airbus tails Boeing in Farnborough jet orders tussle (AFP)
- Delta Max deal leads commercial order activity on first day of Farnborough (Flight Global)
- Massive Air India jet order eludes Farnborough Airshow (Reuters)
- Boeing Orders Surge With 737 MAX And 787 Airshow Wins (Seeking Alpha)
- Farnborough Airshow Day 2 Roundup: What Did The Second Day Have In Store? (Simple Flying)