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  • Airbus NEO vs Boeing MAX: Where Things Stand
    Posted by Robert Wall 11:59 AM on Nov 18, 2011

    With Airbus and Boeing having announced a raft of deals in the last week -- at the Dubai air show and, others, unrelated to the event, here's where things stand in the current Airbus vs. Boeing battle for future narrowbodies.

    First, the A320NEO firm orders:

    Customer

    A319NEO

    A320NEO

    A321NEO

    Engine

    Indigo

     

    150

     

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G

    Virgin America

     

    30

     

    CFM LEAP-1A

    TAM

     

    22

     

    TBD

    ILFC

     

    80

    20

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G (60 a/c) & CFM LEAP-1A (40 a/c)

    Lufthansa

     

    25

    5

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G

    Cebu Pacific

     

     

    30

    TBD

    Garuda

     

    10

     

    TBD

    GoAir

     

    72

     

    TBD

    Gecas

     

    60

     

    CFM Leap-1A

    SAS

     

    30

     

    CFM Leap-1A

    TransAsia

     

     

    6

    TBD

    LAN

     

    20

     

    TBD

    AirAsia

     

    200

     

    CFM Leap-1A

    CIT Aerospace

     

    50

     

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G and CFM Leap-1A

    JetBlue

     

    40

     

    TBD

    Republic Airways

    20

    60

     

    CFM Leap-1A

    Aviation Capital Group

     

    30

     

    TBD

    American Airlines

     

     

    130

    TBD

    Qantas

     

    78

     

    TBD

    ALAFCO

     

    50

     

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G

    Qatar Airways

    6

    30

    14

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G

    TOTAL (Firm)

    26

    1,037

    205

     

    Now for the announced A320NEO firm-order commitments:



    Customer

    A319NEO

    A320NEO

    A321NEO

    Engine

    Air Lease Corp

     

    20

    16

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G and CFM Leap-1A

    AviancaTaca

     

    33

     

    TBD

    ALAFCO

     

    30

     

    Pratt & Whitney PW1100G

    Transaero

     

    8

     

    TBD

    Spirit Airlines

     

    45

     

    TBD

    Volaris

     

    30

     

    TBD

    TOTAL

     

    166

    16

     

     And lastly, the Boeing MAX lineup. Boeing says it has deals (none firm yet) for more than 700 of the aircraft with nine customers. But so far there are names against only three of those deals (for a guess on some of the others, read Scott Hamilton's blog post here). Here they are:

    Customer

    737MAX

    American Airlines

    100

    Aviation Capital Group

    35

    Lion Air

    201

    TOTAL

    336

    Tags: tw99, Dubai11, Airbus, Boeing, NEO, MAX

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