2020 was without a doubt the worst year the aviation industry has known. The aircraft maker exceeded the forecast of 560 aircraft and delivered an average of 47 aircraft each month
Aircraft maker Airbus Released yesterday (January 9, 2021) the number of orders and deliveries for 2020. The data showed that the European aircraft manufacturer delivered 566 aircraft to 87 different customers during the past year and exceeded the forecast of 560 aircraft.
2020 was without a doubt the worst year in the aviation industry. Indeed, according to an analysis conducted by a company Grit, The industry was returned 21 years to 1999 levels. Airbus delivered an average of 47 aircraft each month in 2020.
site Simple Flying Check Airbus’ shipments for 2020, when it comes to new aircraft shipments. IndiGo from India has received 44 aircraft throughout the year, and is ranked first. Delta Airlines is ranked second with 30, while China Southern is ranked third with 22 aircraft.
Ranking of the top ten airlines:
IndiGo Forty-four aircraft: twenty-four A320neo aircraft and twenty A321neo aircraft.
Delta Air Lines – Thirty aircraft: two A350-900 aircraft, four A330-900 aircraft, nine aircraft
A321ceo, five A220-300 aircraft and ten A220-100 aircraft.
China Southern Twenty-two: four A320neo, sixteen A321neo, two A350-900.
Wizz Air Seventeen aircraft: six A320neo aircraft, seven A321neo aircraft, four A321neo aircraft (Wizz Air Abu Dhabi).
American Airlines Sixteen A321neo aircraft.
Air Canada Fourteen A220-300 aircraft.
Pegasus Airlines Fourteen aircraft: nine A320neo and five A321neo.
Egyptair – Thirteen aircraft: five A220-300 and eight A320neo.
Turkish Airlines – Thirteen aircraft: eleven A321neo and two A350-900 aircraft.
SAS – Twelve aircraft: eight A320neo, A321neo and three A350-900.
The year 2020 was of narrow-body aircraft. Airbus delivered 484 narrow-body A220 and A320 aircraft. And 82 wide-body including: 19 A330s, fifty-nine A350s, and four A380s. Airbus has officially completed the production program of the Airbus A380. However, it still has exceptional shipments to Emirates – five aircraft have not yet been delivered, with the final delivery taking place in May 2022.
Unsurprisingly, the global aviation crisis has had a significant impact on the delivery of Airbus aircraft this year. During the five years between 2014 and 2019, aircraft delivery increased by 37% from 629 to 863. This year, shipments fell by 34% to the lowest figure since 2011 (534 aircraft). In 2020, Airbus received 383 new orders, 268 net orders and 7184 aircraft in bulk.
Referring to the results in a press release posted on the Simple Flying website, he said Purim Guillaume, CEO of Airbus: “Working together with our customers has made it possible to navigate this difficult year. Airbus crews, customers and suppliers cooperated in the face of distress to provide this result. We also thank our partners and governments for their strong support in the aviation industry. Based on our deliveries for 2020, there is cautious optimism for 2021, although the challenges and uncertainty remain high in the short term. ”
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