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Airbus passes Boeing in wide-body passenger aircraft sales

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Airbus trailed Boeing in wide-body passenger aircraft orders throughout the year, but now posted 134 orders to 113 for passenger wide-body aircraft. The orders were for 134 A330ceos/neos and for 42 777 Classics and Xs. Cancellations for 19 A350-900s were offset by an equal number of A330-900s as TAP Portugal swapped one model for the other. There were 14 new orders for A350s, leaving a net cancellation of five YTD. This left Airbus with a net of 127 wide-body passenger orders for the year… (leehamnews.com) Plus d'info...

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pilot62
Scott Campbell 6
Well I can say without a doubt as a weekly flyer (domestically) I prefer an A320 over any 37 for comfort and cabin space - and to further lower Boeing as the "preferred" builder
I'd rather fly a Embraer 175 every where I fly including across the country - with the exclusion
of first on 57 which are hard to find these days. The 37-900 is so big it takes a lifetime to load and cant even climb to a preferred altitude until it burns off some fuel with a full load of PX
yr2012
matt jensen 2
I miss the A300. It was the perfect a/c for our needs. Hate the 37's
kjohnson129
Kaleb Johnson 2
Brand loyalty doesn't have much to do with this. With the depreciation of the Euro, Airbus aircraft have become a lot cheaper relative to Boeing as compared to a couple years ago. The stronger the dollar gets, the harder of a time Boeing will have getting more orders
boughbw
Brian Bough 1
This is a great point. But surely another point is the back-log of 787 orders for Boeing. As I understand it, the inability to get a 787 on the timeline that it wanted caused Delta to for for the 350s as well as 330s.
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 0
Turns out Fiat sells more cars than Porsche, but who are the happier owners?
Belvdme
Belvdme 2
Volkswagen?
linbb
linbb -1
Nice if we had new comments on here today.

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