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Total sales of Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer at Farnborough Airshow 2022

Farnborough Airshow has emerged as the key event for the aerospace industry. A significant occurrence has demonstrated the future demand for aircraft. We have provided some sales information for Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer.

Total sales of Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer at Farnborough Airshow 2022

As of yesterday’s Farnborough airshow closing ceremony for 2022. It experienced the high demand aviation expansion expected by Boeing and Airbus in the following years. The same has been reported by OAG. As the airshow has become a game changer for several manufacturers and a new challenger in modifying the strategy to attract customers.

Boeing aircraft

Boeing would suspend max 10 project if certification is delayed.

(Boeing photo)

Let us begin with Boeing. The Boeing company performed exceptionally well at the airshow, receiving the greatest number of orders and commitments to purchase the aircraft despite the fact that the aircraft manufacturer had previously faced criticism for the Boeing 737 Max, but after the aircraft returned to commercial service, few airlines still consider the Boeing 737 Max for their airlines.

The Boeing corporation has three significant airlines in the pipeline with production halts owing to clarification and certifications: the Boeing 737-10 max and the Boeing 787, as well as the Boeing 777x, which is in the experimentation phase.

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With all of the challenges and successes, Boeing is poised to challenge the market with great confidence. The long wait has finally come to an end. Since the Farnborough airshow, the company’s reputation has improved and demand has returned to pre-show levels.

Orders. 

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On Boeing last day at Farnborough, 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 253 aircraft, including purchase commitments for purchasing aircraft. As Boeing demonstrated, the majority of commercial and defense products are attracting attention.

  • Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA recommitment to purchase 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
  • Aviation Capital Group Announce Order for 12 737-8 Jets
  • 777 Partners announced a new order and commitment for up to 66 737 MAX jets
  • Qatar Airways Finalize Order for 25 737 MAX Airplanes
  • Saltchuk Aviation Orders Up to Four Additional 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighters.
  • Azerbaijan Airlines to Expand its Boeing 787 Dreamliner Fleet, Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Purchase Four More Airplanes
  • BBAM Orders 9 More 737-800 BCF, Takes First Position at New Conversion Line
  • AerCap, World’s Largest 787 Customer, Adds Five Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s to Its Fleet
  • Air company Armenia and Georgian Airlines Add Capacity with Order for three 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters.
  • All Nippon Airways (ANA), held a signing ceremony today at the Farnborough International Airshow to formalize an order for 20 737-8 airplanes, with 10 options in addition to the airline’s selection of the new 777-8 Freighter.
  • Delta Carrier selects largest 737 MAX model, ordering 100 737-10s with options for 30 more jets

Boeing received the following total orders as of the last day of the Farnborough airshow 2022.

  • 253 –  Boeing 737 max
  • 12 – B737-800 BCF
  • 4 – Boeing 767-300 F
  • 9 – Boeing 787
  • 2 – Boeing 777x

Airbus Aircraft

Airbus in talks to sell more A220 jets to Delta.

(Airbus Photo)

Airbus has also competed fiercely with Boeing, launching a number of technologies at airshows. Airbus displays its best-selling aircraft, the A320 Neo and the A350, as well as other products. Airbus‘ recent legal dispute with Qatar Airways has had a negative influence on the aircraft market here. Qatar Airlines has picked the Boeing 737 Max aircraft after cancelling an order for Airbus A320 aircraft. Aside from that, Airbus has received a good number of orders for A320 aircraft from regular clients.

Airbus also showcased the Airbus A350 ITA airlines exceptional cabin interiors, which were the show’s highlight. We had the aircraft interior tour. Airbus is continuing to develop the Airbus A350 to the next level; as of today, it is the best and most successful aircraft, providing good competition to Boeing aircraft.

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  • LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • easyJet confirms order for a further 56 A320neo Family aircraft
  • Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft

Airbus received the following total orders as of the last day of the Farnborough airshow.

  • 17 – A321 neo
  • 56 – A320 neo
  • 12 – 220-300

Embraer Aircraft. 

How Embraer E195 will be the best fit for Air India.

(Embraer E195-E2)

Embraer has also performed admirably in the airshow. It displays the important aircraft. In the airshow, an Embraer E192-E2 aircraft with two liveries presents a stunning key display. Embraer anticipated with the eVTOL projects, which have also experienced significant progress. Embraer also got orders for the passenger and freighter versions of the aircraft. In comparison to other airshows, Embraer fared exceptionally well.

  • Alaska Air Group Orders Eight New E175 Aircraft for Operation with Horizon Air
  • Porter Airlines Orders a Further 20 Embraer E195-E2s to Support Major Expansion Plan
  • NAC Places Two Embraer E190F With Astral Aviation

Embraer received the following total orders as of the last day of the Farnborough airshow.

  • 8 – 175
  • 20 – E195-E2
  • 2- E190F

Airbus, Boeing’s sustainable and Hydrogen technology overviews

Boeing and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI) announced they will build on their decades-long partnership and collaborate on achieving the world’s ambitious climate targets. The memorandum of understanding (MOU) is focused on jointly studying enabling sustainable technologies – including hydrogen, electrification, sustainable materials, zero climate impact propulsion technologies, and new aircraft design concepts as well as commercializing sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). Boeing and MHI will together study new feed stocks and technologies for SAF production, including in the area of green hydrogen and carbon capture.

Airbus has joined Hy24, the world’s largest clean hydrogen infrastructure investment fund managed by Ardian, a global private investment firm, and FiveTHydrogen, an investment manager specialising in clean hydrogen initiatives.

The Hy24 investment fund will give financial backing for genuine, large-scale green hydrogen infrastructure projects around the world. Airbus’ participation demonstrates its commitment to the expansion of a worldwide hydrogen economy, which is required for the successful entry-into-service of its zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035.

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Embraer projects with Widerøe such as ‘Project Zero’ – a collaboration with Rolls-Royce to study a truly zero emission aircraft (zero NOx and other greenhouse gases) of around 50 seats. This complementary work looks at all aspects of developing and operating the 19-50 seat Energia concepts.

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The above statistics are based on the company’s press release; if you have any more corrections or updates, please contact us at jetlinem4@gmail.com.

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He is an aviation journalist and the founder of Jetline Marvel. Dawal gained a comprehensive understanding of the commercial aviation industry.  He has worked in a range of roles for more than 9 years in the aviation and aerospace industry. He has written more than 1700 articles in the aerospace industry. When he was 19 years old, he received a national award for his general innovations and holds the patent. He completed two postgraduate degrees simultaneously, one in Aerospace and the other in Management. Additionally, he authored nearly six textbooks on aviation and aerospace tailored for students in various educational institutions. jetlinem4(at)gmail.com

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