May 2023 is quite a successful sell for both Airbus and Boeing. The Americans were able to land significantly more new orders, but the Europeans were clearly ahead in terms of deliveries.
The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus was able to deliver a total of 63 commercial aircraft in May 2023. This means that more machines could be handed over to customers in the previous months. This could also be an indication that there has been some easing in the area of the supply chains where there are disruptions.
The vast majority of aircraft delivered belong to the A320neo family. 19 A320neo and 32 A321neo were handed over to customers. In addition, an A220 was handed over to Air Baltic, Air France and Breeze Airways. Three A330-900s were delivered on long-haul routes. Among these signs is the first A330neo that has gone to Ita Airways. There were also deliveries from the A350 program: three A350-900 and two A350-1000 went to customers. It is worth noting that among them was an A350-1000 that was handed over to Qatar Airways. A dispute with the golf carrier was noticed for a long period of time, but this has since been resolved.
In terms of new orders, Airbus landed 17 orders. These are 16 orders for the A320neo series and a still anonymous customer has ordered an A330-900. Since the beginning of the year, 144 aircraft have been sold net. In May 2023, however, the highest number of new deliveries was achieved. As of May 31, 2023, 244 aircraft have been handed over to customers since the beginning of this year.
Boeing with more new orders but fewer deliveries
The US competitor Boeing was able to hand over a total of 50 aircraft to customers in May 2023. These were 35 examples of the B737 Max series. Southwest Airlines received eleven copies, Ryanair and United Airlines six pieces each. In the widebody segment, airlines received eight 787s, three 767Fs and three 777Fs. A P8 Poseidon went to the South Korean Armed Forces.
Furthermore, Boeing was able to hand over two B787s to the lessors ALC and Aerocap. The US manufacturer has delivered 206 aircraft since the beginning of this year. This means that fewer machines than Airbus were able to be handed over to customers. In the area of new orders, however, they were more successful, because in May 2023 they were able to sell 59 Boeing 737-Max to a customer who was still anonymous. In addition, eight B787-0s have been ordered by a customer who has not yet been named, and Air Niugini has ordered two Dreamliners.
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