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  • 7/19/2018 - AIRBUS announced order commitments for 431 aircraft (93 firm/338 MOU) at Farnborough, and says it now has commitments for 752 aircraft (354 firm/398 MOU) in 2018, including 120 A220s, 481 A320 Fam, 56 A330s, 75 A350s and 20 A380s.

    BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES announced order commitments for 673 aircraft worth $98.4b (at list prices) at Farnborough.

    AIRBUS announced orders from AIRASIA X for 34 A330-900s, UGANDA AIRLINES for two A330-800s, VIETJET for 50 A321neos, VIVAAEROBUS for 25 A321neos, and undisclosed customers for 10 A320neos and six A330neos, and ended Farnborough with new business for 431 aircraft.

    BOEING announced orders from HAWAIIAN AIRLINES for 10 787-9s, NOVUS AVIATION CAPITAL for four 777-300ERs, unidentified customers for 15 787-9s and 193 737 MAXs (40 200-seaters).

    AIRBUS made first flight of Trent-powered BelugaXL.
  • 7/18/2018 - VIETJET signed MOU to order 80 737 MAX 10s and 20 737 MAX 8s.

    AIRBUS secured order commitment on Tuesday for 60 A220-300s from David Neeleman's new US-based startup (name TBA) and another today for six A330neos from an unidentified customer.

    EMBRAER announced order commitments for 273 aircraft from REPUBLIC for 100 E175s, plus 100 purchase rights; WATANIYA for 10 E195-E2s, plus 10 purchase rights; MAURITANIA for two E175s; AZUL for 21 more E195-E2s; HELVETIC for 12 E190-E2s, plus 12 purchase rights; NORDIC AVIATION CAPITAL for three E190s; and an unidentified customer in Spain for three E195-E2s.
  • 7/17/2018 - BOEING announced orders from AIR LEASE CORPORATION for 75 737 MAXs and three 787-9s, VOLGA-DNEPR GROUP and CARGOLOGICHOLDING for 29 777Fs and five 747-8Fs, JET AIRWAYS for 75 737 MAXs, GOSHAWK for 20 737 MAXs and GOL for 15 more 737 MAXs.

    AIRBUS announced orders from MACQUARIE AIRFINANCE for 20 A320neos, LEVEL for two more A330-200s, and from two undisclosed customers for 11 A320neo Family aircraft and eight A350-900s respectively.

    BOEING forecasts demand for 42,730 commercial jet aircraft worth $6.3 trillion over next 20 years, plus another $8.8 trillion for services.

    AIRBUS forecasts $4.6 trillion global commercial aircraft services market over next 20 years, based on the aircraft, the airline operation, and the passenger experience.

    ATR delivered its 1,000th ATR 72 to INDIGO.
  • 7/16/2018 - AIRBUS announced orders at Farnborough from VISTARA for 13 A320neos, Taiwan's STARLUX AIRLINES for 12 A350-1000s and five A350-900s, GOLDEN FALCON AVIATION for 25 A320neos for WATANIYA AIRWAYS, GOSHAWK AVIATION for 20 A320neos, SICHUAN AIRLINES for 10 A350s, and an unidentified lessor for 80 A320neo Family aircraft.

    BOEING announced orders from UNITED AIRLINES for four 787-9s, QATAR AIRWAYS for five 777Fs, TAROM for five 737 MAXs, JACKSON SQUARE AVIATION for 30 737 MAXs and DHL for 14 777Fs.

    UNITED AIRLINES ordered 25 E175s for delivery starting 2Q19.

    EMBRAER forecasts demand for 10,550 <150-seat aircraft worth US$600b over next 20 years.
  • 7/13/2018 - Pre-Farnborough, ATR announced new orders and order commitments from AIR BOTSWANA for two ATR 72-600s, AIR SAINT-PIERRE for one ATR 42-600, AIR AURIGNY for three ATR 72-600s with new ClearVision Enhanced Vision System, and DRUKAIR for one ATR 42-600 with ClearVision.
  • 7/10/2018 - AIRBUS renamed the CS100 and CS300 as A220-100 and A220-300 respectively and secured MOU from JETBLUE to order 60 A220-300s for 2020-2025 (aircraft will be assembled in Mobile, AL) to replace its E190s.
  • 7/6/2018 - AIRBUS forecasts demand for 37,390 new pax/freighter aircraft worth $5.8t over next 20 years to more than double world fleet to 47,990 aircraft from 21,450 at end 2017.
  • 7/5/2018 - BOEING and EMBRAER have signed non-binding MOU to form Brazil-based 80/20 joint venture comprising the commercial aircraft and services business of Embraer that would strategically align with Boeing’s commercial development, production, marketing and lifecycle services operations.

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