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13 January 2015
13. January 2015 Commercial Aircraft

New Airbus aircraft list prices for 2015

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Price adjustment for Airbus’ modern, comprehensive and fuel-efficient aircraft Family

Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by 3.27 per cent across the product line. The new pricing is effective from January 1st 2015. The 3.27 per cent price increase has been calculated according to Airbus’ standard escalation formula over the January 2014 to January 2015 period, and enables Airbus to continue to enhance its profitability.

“Our new 2015 pricing reaffirms the value of Airbus’ modern, comprehensive and fuel-efficient aircraft family,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “We continue to see strong demand for Airbus’ modern, innovative product family in all size categories. This demonstrates our customers’ satisfaction with the winning combination of minimum operating costs and maximum passenger comfort they deliver.”

Airbus is the world’s leading aircraft manufacturer of passenger airliners, ranging in capacity from 100 to more than 500 seats. Airbus champions innovative technologies and offers some of the world’s most fuel efficient and quiet aircraft. Airbus has sold over 15,000 aircraft to almost 380 customers worldwide. Almost 8,900 Airbus aircraft have been delivered.
 

AIRBUS AIRCRAFT

2015 AVERAGE LIST PRICES (mio USD)

A318 74.3
A319 88.6
A320
97.0
A321 113.7
A319neo 97.5
A320neo 106.2
A321neo
124.4
A330-200 229.0
A330-800neo 249.6
A330-200 Freighter 232.2
A330-300 253.7
A330-900neo 284.6
A350-800 269.5
A350-900 304.8
A350-1000 351.9
A380-800 428.0

Price depends on design weights, engines choice and level of selected customisation

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