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17 July 2014
Commercial Aircraft

Airbus wins business worth more than $75 billion for 496 aircraft at Farnborough Air Show 2014 – a new Airbus record at Farnborough

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17 July 2014

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The 496 firm orders and commitments announced during the Farnborough Airshow for Airbus’ A330neo, A320 Family CEO and NEO versions, and the A350 XWB are worth $75.3 billion at list prices – a record Farnborough Airshow business performance for the company

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17 July 2014

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At Airbus’ wrap-up press conference, President and Chief Executive Officer Fabrice Brégier joined with Chief Operating Officer, Customers John Leahy in announcing a record Farnborough Airshow for the company – with orders and commitments for nearly 500 aircraft

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17 July 2014

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The ongoing popularity of the A320 Family included announced orders for both CEO (current engine option) and NEO (new engine option) versions this week

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17 July 2014

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“The A330neo is a perfect combination with the A350 XWB,” John Leahy – Chief Operating Officer, Customers – said during Airbus’ 2014 Farnborough Airshow wrap-up press conference

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17 July 2014

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“This is the best Farnborough Airshow in Airbus history,” said Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Fabrice Brégier, speaking to a standing-room-only crowd of international journalists at the company’s traditional end-of-show press conference

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17 July 2014

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The 2014 Farnborough Airshow was Airbus’ best ever business performance at this biennial UK aerospace event, said Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Fabrice Brégier at the company’s show wrap-up press conference

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17 July 2014

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Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers John Leahy recapped the newly launched A330neo (new engine option) jetliners’ benefits at the company’s 2014 Farnborough Airshow wrap-up press conference – including a 14 per cent fuel burn reduction per seat and 400 nautical miles of additional range

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17 July 2014

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During Airbus’ wrap-up press conference, Chief Operating Officer, Customers John Leahy noted the strong demand for the newly launched A330neo (new engine option) jetliner, which received 121 commitments worth $33.2 billion at list prices, based on announcements during the Farnborough Airshow

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Summary

Customers endorse newly launched A330neo with 121 commitments;

A320neo Family continues to outpace the competition with 317 orders

Airbus achieves the 3,000th A320neo Family order during the show

During the 2014 Farnborough Air Show, Airbus won US$75.3 billion worth of business for a total of 496 aircraft, making it by far the largest Farnborough show for Airbus – both in terms of dollar value and also in the number aircraft. The deals comprise Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) for 138 aircraft worth $36.9 billion and purchase orders for 358 aircraft worth $38.4 billion.
The show kicked-off with the launch of the A330neo, followed by a brisk slew of announcements from major customers for a total of 121 A330neos worth $33.2 billion. Leading the charge was AirAsia X with a deal for 50 A330-900neos worth $13.8 billion. This landmark selection from one of Asia’s fastest growing carriers, in addition to the stamp of approval from the leading lessors ALC, Avolon and CIT, have together provided further proof that Airbus and Rolls-Royce have made the right choice to build on the outstanding success of the medium-range A330 airliner with the latest technology Trent engines. Furthermore, in doing so, Airbus is proud to continue to develop this platform as the ideal complement to its bigger and long-range brother, the A350 XWB, in the Airbus leading Widebody Family.
In the single-aisle sector, Airbus’ A320 Family garnered an impressive 363 commitments worth $39.0 billion. Of these, the orders for 317 A320neo and A321neo aircraft worth $34.4 billion is a further reflection of how the A320neo Family continues to outpace the competition. To add the icing to the cake, Airbus achieved the 3,000th A320neo Family sale during the show. The milestone was reached when SMBC Aviation Capital ordered 110 A320neo aircraft, marking the show’s biggest vote of confidence for the leading Single Aisle aircraft Family.
John Leahy, Airbus’ Chief Operating Officer, Customers said: “The orders and commitments we’ve received at this record-breaking Farnborough for both the A330neo and A320neo families are together an unequivocally resounding endorsement for these most cost-efficient aircraft.” He adds: “For both our single-aisle and widebody categories, the high representation of lessors – widely regarded as the global ‘barometer’ of the industry – is indicative of the long term confidence in the capacity needs for sustainable growth for the airlines in the years ahead.”
Airbus is a leading aircraft manufacturer with the most modern family of airliners, ranging in capacity from 100 to more than 500 seats. Airbus has delivered more than 8,500 aircraft to some 360 customers worldwide and has a backlog of more than 5,500 aircraft. Airbus has design and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, the UK and Spain as well as subsidiaries in the US, China, India, Japan and in the Middle East.
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