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List of Airbus A350 XWB orders and deliveries

This article lists the firm orders and deliveries made by airlines and other buyers for the Airbus A350 XWB aircraft as published by Airbus.[1] This aircraft is currently in production.

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Orders and deliveriesEdit

Orders and deliveries by type:[1]
Total orders Total deliveries
A350-900 713 257
A350-1000 180 21
Total 893 278
Orders and deliveries by year:
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total
Orders 2 292[2] 163[3] 51 78 -31 27 230 -32 -3 41 36 40 -1 893
Deliveries 1 14 49 78 93 43 278

As of 31 May 2019[1]

Orders and deliveries, cumulative, by year:

 

Orders

Deliveries

As of 31 May 2019[1]


Orders and deliveries by customer:

Date of initial order Customer First delivery Orders Orders Total Deliveries Deliveries Total Notes
-900 -1000 -900 -1000
26 October 2007 AerCap / ILFC 2015 20 20 20 20 Order was originally for six A350-800s and 14 A350-900s.[4][5]
Converted to all A350-900s during January 2014.[citation needed]
11 April 2008 Aer Lingus 2020 5 5
20 June 2007 Aeroflot 2019 14 14
10 December 2007 Afriqiyah Airways 10 10 Originally ordered six A350-800s.[6]
Converted on 1 October 2012 to 10 A350-900s.[7]
20 December 2013 Air Caraïbes 2020 3 3
4 November 2010 Air China 2018 10 10 10 10
19 June 2013 Air France 2019 21 21
4 February 2013 Air Lease Corporation 2017 19 10 29 7 7
18 November 2014 Air Mauritius 2019 4 4
16 June 2009 AirAsia X 2020 10 10
4 June 2008 Aircraft Purchase Fleet Order for twelve A350-800s cancelled during March 2014.[8]
18 June 2007 ALAFCO 2017 12 12 9 9
5 October 2007 American Airlines Originally order for 18 A350-800s by US Airways,[9] which later merged with American
Converted into A350-900s on 27 December 2013[10][11]
All orders were deferred in April 2017 with new EIS scheduled for 2020 and are under review.[12] All orders canceled in 2018.
16 July 2008 Asiana Airlines 2017 20 9 29 8 8
Aviation Capital Group 1 1
31 December 2006 Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services Order converted to A350-900 during 2014[13]
Order for two aircraft cancelled during May 2016.[citation needed]
30 December 2007 Bangkok Airways Four A350-800s were ordered.[14]
Order cancelled on 6 September 2011.[15]
BOC Aviation 2 2
25 September 2013 British Airways 2019 18 18
16 September 2010 Cathay Pacific 2016 26 20 46 20 12 32 Originally ordered 30 A350-900s.[16][17]
It added six more A350-900s on 20 January 2012.[18]
Order for sixteen -900s converted to A350-1000s and ten more ordered on 8 August 2012.[19][20]
Subsequently converted 6 A350-1000s to -900s on 13 September 2017.[21]
22 January 2008 China Airlines 2016 14 14 14 14
29 April 2016 China Eastern Airlines 2018 20 20 5 5
10 May 2017 China Southern Airlines 2019 20 20
20 June 2007 CIT Group 2015 14 14 4 4 Originally five A350-800s and two A350-900s.[22][23]
The -800s orders were cancelled on 1 July 2011, 3 -900s added.[24]
Additional ten -900s were added on 3 January 2013 and one -900 was cancelled on 30 November 2013.[25][26]
19 November 2014 Delta Air Lines 2017 25 25 13 13
11 November 2007 Emirates Whole order for 50 -900s and 20 -1000s cancelled.[27]
It marks the biggest order loss in Airbus history.[28]
15 November 2009 Ethiopian Airlines 2017 22 22 10 10
14 July 2008 Etihad Airways 2019 20 20 1 1
8 March 2007 Finnair 2015 19 19 14 14 Original order for 11 A350-900s.[29]
Eight more aircraft converted from options to orders on 3 December 2014.[30]
Governments, executive and private jets 5 5 Three aircraft are ordered by German government.[31]
10 July 2015 Groupe Dubreuil 2017 1 1 1 1
4 February 2008 Hawaiian Airlines Original order for six A350-800s.[32][33]
Orders were cancelled and replaced with six A330-800s.[34]
13 October 2010 Hong Kong Airlines 2018 15 15 3 3
25 September 2013 Iberia 2018 20 20 5 5
27 December 2016 Iran Air 16 16 Cancelled due to U.S sanctions against Iran
7 October 2013 Japan Airlines 2019 18 13 31
20 June 2007 Kingfisher Airlines Five A350-800s were ordered.
Order was cancelled on 31 December 2013.[35][36]
19 June 2013 KLM 2021 7 7 May have been excluded from their fleet renewal plan; however, this information is not official yet (18 December 2018).[37]
19 February 2014 Kuwait Airways 2020 10 10
21 January 2008 LATAM Airlines Group 2015 17 8 25 12 12 Six A350-900 orders converted to -1000 version during 2015.[1]
Two converted back to -900s in September 2017.
10 December 2007 Libyan Airlines 6 6 Order was originally for four A350-800s.[38]
Orders were converted to six A350-900s during January 2014.
19 September 2013 Lufthansa 2016 45 45 14 14 Ordered 20 additional A350-900 in March 2019.[39]
31 May 2016 Philippine Airlines 2018 6 6 6 6
18 June 2007 Qatar Airways 2014 34 42 76 32 8 40 The first order included 20 A350-800s.[40][41]
These were converted to three A350-900s and 17 A350-1000s on 3 December 2012.[42]
Qatar Airways was the launch customer of the A350-900 and A350-1000.
It operated its first A350 commercial service on 15 January 2015.
3 October 2013 Scandinavian Airlines 2019 8 8 Deliveries with take place from 2019-2021.[43]
28 June 2016 Sichuan Airlines 10 10
22 June 2007 Singapore Airlines 2016 67 67 35 35 First order was for 20 aircraft.[44]
Twenty more added on 13 December 2012 and a further 30 on 30 May 2013.[45][46][47]
Seven cancelled in July 2015.[48]
Seven A350-900ULRs currently on firm order, of which one has been delivered. The one delivered is currently flying the longest commercial flight in the world, Newark to Singapore.[49]
19 June 2013 SriLankan Airlines 4 4
19 March 2019 StarLux Airlines 2021 5 12 17
21 January 2008 Synergy Aerospace 2020 10 10 For Avianca Brazil.
26 November 2007 TAP Air Portugal Originally ordered 12 A350-900s for 2017 EIS.
Order was converted to 14 A330-900neo on 13 November 2015.[50]
11 August 2011 Thai Airways 2017 4 4 4 4
15 July 2008 Tunisair Three A350-800s cancelled on 31 May 2013.[51][52]
8 June 2018 Turkish Airlines 2020 25 25
6 July 2017 Undisclosed 23 1 24
10 March 2010 United Airlines 2022 45 45 Originally ordered 25 A350-900s for 2016 EIS.[53][54]
Order converted to 35 -1000s on 20 June 2013.[55]
Order was converted to 45 A350-900s on 6 September 2017.[56]
21 December 2007 Vietnam Airlines 2016 10 10 10 10
13 June 2016 Virgin Atlantic 2019 8 8
13 November 2007 Yemenia 10 10 [57][58][59]
TOTAL 713 180 893 257 21 278

As of 31 May 2019[1]

Legend
Meaning Symbol
Firm order 10
Cancelled or converted order 10

Orders and deliveries graphEdit

 

As of 31 May 2019[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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