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Airbus and Boeing Average List Prices

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2018 price adjustment across Airbus’ modern product range reflects continuous investment and customer value

Toulouse, 15th January 2018 – Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by two percent across the product line, effective from January 1st 2018.

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John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers, Airbus Commercial Aircraft said: “Our new 2018 pricing reflects Airbus’ continuous investments into its aircraft programmes to maximise their value for our customers’ satisfaction – with the winning combination of performance, operating economics and passenger experience.”

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2018 AVERAGE LIST PRICES* (USD millions)

A318 77.4
A319 92.3
A320 101.0
A321 118.3
A319neo 101.5
A320neo 110.6
A321neo 129.5
A330-200 238.5
A330-800 (neo) 259.9
A330-200 Freighter 241.7
A330-300 264.2
A330-900 (neo) 296.4
A350-800 280.6
A350-900 317.4
A350-1000 366.5
A380 445.6

Here’s the full 2018 Boeing price list:

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737 Family
737-700: $85.8 million
737-800: $102.2 million
737-900ER: $108.4 million
737 MAX 7: $96.0 million
737 MAX 8: $117.1 million
737 MAX 200: $120.2 million
737 MAX 9: $124.1 million
737 MAX 10: $129.9 million (first time offered)

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747 Family
747-8: $402.9 million
747-8 Freighter: $403.6 million

767 Family
767-2C: n/a
767-300ER: $209.8 million
767-300 Freighter: $212.2 million

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777 Family
777-200ER: $295.2 million
777-200LR: $334.0 million
777-300ER: $361.5 million
777 Freighter: $339.2 million
777-8: $394.9 million
777-9: $425.8 million

787 Family
787-8: $239.0 million
787-9: $281.6 million
787-10: $325.8 million

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