Airbus and Boeing have attracted new attention from airlines across the world and have supplied good trust in the aircraft; yet, to begin with, Boeing has received the bigger number of orders for the aircraft, although Airbus remains confident of acquiring more aircraft from future clients. Let us have a look at the most recent developments on both sides on Day 2 of the Farnborough Airshow 2022..
- Boeing news and orders
On the Boeing second day, the company maintained high order rates, and airlines are placing new orders. Surprisingly, the Boeing 737 Max is in high demand, with orders for more than 250 aircraft, including purchase commitments for purchasing aircraft. As Boeing demonstrated, the majority of the commercial and defence products are attracting attention.
Many aircraft from around the world have attended this airshow, showcasing their essential qualities and attracting additional orders from clients. All eyes are now on Boeing, which has been through some of the most difficult times in the last two years as a result of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. However, it has recently returned to normal operations and grown industry.
Boeing has obtained optional orders for several extra aircraft in addition to the almost 260 aircraft ordered by airlines as of the second day. The substantial order boosted industry confidence in aircraft production. They have orders from the following companies:.
As of yesterday, Boeing got the following total orders: click here detail list
- 12 B737-800 BCF
- 268 Boeing 737 max
- 5 Boeing 787
- 2 Boeing 777x
Airbus news and orders
Airbus has received 12 more #A220s joining Delta‘s fleet, making the airline the largest customer for the type with a total of 107 ordered . We pride ourselves on seeing the A220 supporting Delta’s efforts in shaping a more sustainable air travel.
The Moroccan Forces Royales Air have ordered a fleet of H135s for military primary training missions.
The Airbus A330 MRTT has become the world’s first tanker to be certified for automatic air-to-air refuelling (A3R) boom operations in daylight following a successful campaign in collaboration with the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF).
Airbus and Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) are adding helicopters to the scope of their agreement signed at the Singapore Airshow earlier this year, to advance the co-development of digital solutions for the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s (RSAF) military aircraft platforms.
Airbus and a number of major airlines – Air Canada, Air France-KLM, easyJet, International Airlines Group, LATAM Airlines Group, Lufthansa Group and Virgin Atlantic – have signed Letters of Intent (LoI) to explore opportunities for a future supply of carbon removal credits from direct air carbon capture technology.