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18 June 2015
Commercial Aircraft

Airbus wins $57 billion of aircraft orders at Paris Air Show 2015

PAS 2015 day 2 demo flight A350 XWB
PAS 2015 day 2 demo flight A350 XWB MASTERFILMS, GOUSSE HERVE
16 June 2015

PAS 2015 day 2 demo flight A350 XWB

A350 XWB flight display on Paris Air Show day 2

A321neo Wizzair signature MASTERFILMS
18 June 2015

A321neo Wizzair signature

Wizz Air signs for 110 A321neo aircraft. “Thanks to our rapidly growing A320 fleet, we’ve become one of Europe’s leading carriers,” said Jozsef Varadi, CEO of Wizz Air.

PAS 2015 ambience A350 XWB engine P.PIGEYRE/MASTERFILMS, PIGEYRE Pascal - MasterFilms
17 June 2015

PAS 2015 ambience A350 XWB engine

The Paris Air Show spotlighted a broad range of aircraft on its static display line and during the flight presentations at this biennial industry event

PAS 2015 ambience static P.PIGEYRE/MASTERFILMS, PIGEYRE Pascal - MasterFilms
17 June 2015

PAS 2015 ambience static

The Paris Air Show spotlighted a broad range of aircraft on its static display line and during the flight presentations at this biennial industry event

Paris Air Show 2015_A380 Day 3 demo flight 1 P.PIGEYRE/MASTERFILMS, PIGEYRE Pascal - MasterFilms
17 June 2015

Paris Air Show 2015_A380 Day 3 demo flight 1

Airbus’ A380 jetliner – which took to the skies for a Day 3 flight demonstration at the Paris Air Show – is designed for the 21st century aviation industry

Paris Air Show 2015_A380 Day 3 demo flight 3 P.PIGEYRE/MASTERFILMS, PIGEYRE Pascal - MasterFilms
17 June 2015

Paris Air Show 2015_A380 Day 3 demo flight 3

Visitors on Day 3 of the Paris Air Show had an opportunity to see a flight presentation performed by Airbus’ 21st century flagship jetliner

Paris Air Show 2015_A320/A321P2F
16 June 2015

Paris Air Show 2015_A320/A321P2F

Together with the larger A330F and A330P2F, the A320P2F and A321P2F – for which Airbus signed a conversion solutions agreement with ST Aerospace at the Paris Air Show – will further complement the Airbus Freighter Family concept

Summary

Market endorses Airbus’ most innovative products & services

During the 2015 Paris Air Show, Airbus won $57 billion worth of business for a total of 421 aircraft. The deals comprise firm orders for 124 aircraft worth $16.3 billion and commitments for 297 aircraft worth $40.7 billion.
In the widebody market, Airbus kicked-off the show with the announcement of the first operator for the new A330 Regional, with Saudi Arabian Airlines taking 20 on lease from IAFC, a leading lessor in the Middle East. The A330 Regional will enable airlines to serve fast-growing domestic and regional routes at least cost and maximum efficiency.
The A350 XWB continues to attract new business with commitments for 31 A350-900s, reinforcing its leading position as the world’s most modern, advanced widebody aircraft. 
Airbus’ most modern, comfortable, efficient and reliable range of wide body aircraft won 55 orders & commitments worth USD 15.6 billion, comprising 31 A350-900s, 20 A330 Regional and four A330-300s.
In the single-aisle sector, the market leading A320 Family garnered an impressive 366 endorsements (comprising 103 firm orders and 263 commitments) worth USD 41.4 billion. Of these, 323 are NEO’s, taking total orders and commitments for the A320neo Family beyond 4,000 since launch in December 2010.
Boosting the longevity of the best-selling A320 Family, Airbus announced a new freighter conversion programme in partnership with EFW and ST Aerospace. This broadens Airbus’ portfolio of innovative solutions, meeting the requirements of customers in all market segments.
John Leahy, Airbus’ Chief Operating Officer, Customers said: “Our latest forecast for 32,600 planes in the next 20 years is being proved correct. The orders and commitments at this year’s Paris Air Show demonstrate three things; Asia is powering the growth, we are leading in single-aisle and widebody and our A321neo is the aircraft of choice in the middle of the market.”
Airbus is the world’s leading aircraft manufacturer of passenger airliners, ranging in capacity from 100 to more than 500 seats. Airbus has design and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, the UK, and Spain, and subsidiaries in the US, China, India, Japan and in the Middle East. In addition, it provides the highest standard of customer support and training through an expanding international network.
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