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Farnborough Day 1 Round up: Boeing & Airbus Grow Order Book

Day 1 of the Farnborough Airshow and the orders are pouring in. Here’s our round up.

Boeing Orders:

Qatar Airways: B777F – 5 aircraft

DHL: B777F – 14 aircraft with options for 7 more

Jackson Square (Lessor): B737MAX – 30 aircraft

United Airlines: B787-9 – 4 aircraft

Tarom: 737Max8 – 5 aircraft

Jet Airways: 737Max8 – 75 aircraft

Gol Airlines: 737Max10 – 30 aircraft (upgrade from 737Max8 upgraded to 737Max10)

 

Airbus Orders:

Sichuan Airlines: A350 – 10 aircraft

Starlux Airlines: A350 – 17 aircraft (commitment, not order)

Lessor Goshawk: A320neo – 20 aircraft

Mystery buyer: A320neo – 80 aircraft (MoU, not firm order)

Macquarie AirFinance: A320neo – 20 aircraft

SalamAir: A320neo – 6 aircraft

Wataniya Airways: A320neo – 25 aircraft

 

Embraer Orders:

United Airlines: E-175 – 25 aircraft

 

Goshawk: Dublin based lessor, a 50:50 joint venture between Hong Kong comglomerate NWS Holdings and Chow Tai Fook Enterprises. They own and manage a fleet of 220 aircraft, 120 of which are Airbus.

Jackson Square: San-Francisco based leasing company, the 100th customer for the 737MAX

Starlux Airlines: Taiwanese startup airline, founded by the former Chairman of EVA Air. Starting operations in 2020.

Macquarie AirFinance: Australian based lessor.