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List of Airbus A320neo family orders and deliveries

This article lists the orders and deliveries for the Airbus A320neo family.

Orders and deliveriesEdit

Orders and deliveries by type and yearEdit

A320neo orders and deliveries (as of 31 August 2019)[1]
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total
Orders A319neo 26 19 2 3 5 −21 9 -7 36
A320neo 30 1,081 378 387 824 583 343 507 352 64 3,856
A321neo 119 81 341 183 301 363 418 155 71 2,768
Total 30 1,226 478 728 1,009 887 711 925 562 128 6,654
Deliveries A319neo 1 1
A320neo 68 161 284 207 720
A321neo 20 102 90 212
Total 68 181 386 298 933

Cumulative A320neo family orders and deliveries (as of 31 August 2019)[1]

 

Orders

Deliveries

Orders by customerEdit

The following table shows total firm orders of A320neo family aircraft by customer and variant. In the engine columns, the boxes filled in with a * signify that the airline has ordered all their A320neo jets with that particular engine.

Order date(s) Customer A319neo A320neo A321neo Total CFM[a] PW[b]
22 June 2018 Aegean Airlines 20 10 30 *[1]
27 April 2011 AerCap 181 80 261 60 100
23 June 2011 AirAsia 42 353 395 *
N/A Air Calin 2 2 *
1 April 2013 Air China 8 33 12 53 *[2]
21 April 2016 Air Côte d'Ivoire 2 1 3
6 June 2012 Air Lease Corporation 17 141 158 20 30
1 June 2014 Air New Zealand 6 14 20 *
14 November 2011 ALAFCO 75 10 85 *
N/A Alaska Airlines 30 10 40 *
27 March 2014 ANA Holdings 11 22 33 *
23 January 2013 American Airlines 120 120 *
N/A Arctic Aviation Assets 5 5
9 July 2012 Arkia 3 3 *
31 July 2015 Asiana Airlines 25 25 *
26 January 2012 Avianca 100 17 117 *
15 November 2011 Aviation Capital Group 60 17 77 18 12
17 December 2012, 7 December 2018 Avolon 95 25 120 *[3]
1 December 2014 Azul Brazilian Airlines 53 10 63 *
N/A BOC Aviation 67 21 88 *
6 August 2015 British Airways 22 13 35 *
19 September 2017 Cathay Dragon 32 32 *
N/A CDB Leasing 58 32 90 *[4]
8 August 2011 Cebu Pacific 10 42 52 *
12 January 2015 China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings 132 1 133 18
13 May 2019 China Airlines 25 25 *
23 March 2016 China Eastern Airlines 70 70 *[5]
N/A China Southern Airlines 100 50 150 50 *[6]
10 August 2011 CIT Group 49 1 50 15 30
21 December 2012 Citilink 35 35 *[7]
18 September 2015 Croatia Airlines 4 4
29 March 2016 Czech Airlines 7 7
14 December 2017 Delta Air Lines 100 100 *
N/A Druk Air 1 1 *[8]
11 July 2013 easyJet 117 30 147 *
17 November 2013 Etihad Airways 26 26 26
16 January 2017 Flynas 78 10 88 *[9]
8 November 2011, 15 November 2017 Frontier Airlines 162 52 214 *
16 June 2015 GE Capital Aviation Services 173 47 220 *
23 June 2011 GoAir 144 144 *
N/A Goshawk Aviation 20 20
N/A Governments; Executive and Private Jets 3 6 9
3 September 2012 Gulf Air 12 17 29 *
25 March 2013 Hawaiian Airlines 18 18 *
17 June 2014 Hong Kong Aviation Capital 40 30 70
5 November 2015 Iberia 18 12 30 *
30 August 2012 ICBC Leasing 25 13 38 *
22 June 2011 IndiGo 290 150 440 150 280
13 November 2012 Interjet 35 8 43 *
27 October 2011 JetBlue 85 85 *
N/A JetSmart 56 26 82 *
3 November 2015 Korean Air 30 30 *
19 February 2014 Kuwait Airways 15 15 *
22 June 2011 LATAM Airlines Group 33 24 57 *
N/A Loong Air 13 13 *
10 August 2011 Lufthansa 115 40 155 40 60
N/A Macquarie Financial Holdings PTY Limited 20 20
7 December 2012 Middle East Airlines 15 15 *
28 April 2017 Nile Air 2 2
8 June 2012 Norwegian Air Shuttle 30 30 50
20 October 2016 Peach 26 2 28 *
18 December 2012 Pegasus Airlines 75 25 100 *
28 August 2012 Philippine Airlines 21 21 *
6 October 2011 Qantas Group 45 64 109 *
15 November 2011 Qatar Airways 50 50 *
5 May 2014 Royal Brunei Airlines 7 7 *
20 June 2011 Scandinavian Airlines 71 3 74 *
24 March 2014 Scoot 33 16 49 *
N/A Shenzhen Airlines 27 27 *[10]
N/A Sichuan Airlines 24 14 38 *
15 June 2014 SMBC Aviation Capital 110 110 35 30
29 December 2011 Spirit Airlines 55 55 *
N/A Spring Airlines 45 15 60 *[11]
17 September 2014 Swiss International Air Lines 17 8 25 25
13 July 2016 Synergy Aerospace 62 62
13 November 2015 TAP Portugal 18 31 49 *
N/A Timaero Ireland 20 20
15 August 2016 Tunisair 5 5
15 March 2013 Turkish Airlines 92 92 *
N/A Undisclosed customers 11 401 412
11 February 2014 VietJet Air 123 123 123
14 July 2014 Vivaaerobus.com 24 41 65 *
N/A Viva Air Colombia/Viva Air Peru 70 70 *
27 December 2011, 15 November 2017 Volaris 85 40 125 *
6 August 2015 Vueling 44 12 56 *
14 September 2015, 15 November 2017 Wizz Air 72 204 276 *
13 January 2015 Yemenia 8 8
Total Orders 26 3,878 2,569 6,473 2,464 2,351

As of 9 December 2018[1]

Deliveries by customerEdit

The following table shows total deliveries of A320neo family aircraft by customer and variant.

Customer A319neo A320neo A321neo Total
AerCap 39 21 60
AirAsia 29 29
Air Astana 2 3[2] 5
Air China 14 5 19
Air Lease Corporation 5 11 16
Air New Zealand 3 6 9
ALAFCO 8 8
Alaska Airlines 9 9
All Nippon Airways 9 11 20
American Airlines 6 6
Arctic Aviation Assets 5 5
Arkia 3 3
Avianca 9 2 11
Aviation Capital Group 7 7
Azul Brazilian Airlines 28 28
Beijing Capital Airlines 1 1
BOC Aviation 15 1 16
British Airways 10 5 15
Cebu Pacific 2 2 4
China Aircraft Leasing Group 2 1 3
China Eastern Airlines 24 24
China Southern Airlines 22 26 48
CIT Group 17 1 18
Citilink 8 8
easyJet 29 6 35
Flynas 3 3
Frontier Airlines 43 43
GE Capital Aviation Services 22 10 32
GoAir 36 36
Gulf Air 3 3
Hawaiian Airlines 13 13
Hong Kong Express 5 5
Iberia 4 4
IndiGo 87 5 92
Interjet 5 8 13
LATAM Airlines Group 9 9
Loong Air 13 13
Lufthansa 20 2 22
Pegasus Airlines 30 30
Philippine Airlines 7 7
Royal Brunei Airlines 7 7
Scandinavian Airlines 18 18
Scoot 2 2
Shenzhen Airlines 6 6
Sichuan Airlines 5 11 16
SMBC Aviation Capital 1 1
Spirit Airlines 12 12
Spring Airlines 7 7
TAP Air Portugal 5 8 13
Turkish Airlines 7 7
VietJet Air 11 11
VivaAerobus 13
Volaris 14 5 19
Vueling 19 19
Total 645 226 871

As of 31 August 2018[1]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ CFM International LEAP
  2. ^ Pratt & Whitney PW1000G

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Airbus O&D". Airbus S.A.S. 31 August 2019. Retrieved 8 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Air Astana takes delivery of its A320neo aircraft".

External linksEdit