Global Aircraft Manufacturer, Airbus, Delivered 661 Aircraft in 2022

19th Feb 2023

Airbus, in its full-year 2022 results, announced its successful delivery of 661 commercial aircraft. The European aircraft manufacturer also recorded net orders of 820 aircraft which is higher than the 507 in 2021. On the other hand, Airbus Helicopters registered 362 net orders.

On the A320 Family programme, the ramp-up trajectory has been adapted with suppliers. The Company is now progressing towards a monthly production rate of 65 aircraft by the end of 2024 and 75 in 2026. Entry-into-service for the A321XLR is expected to take place in Q2 2024.

The A330 monthly production rate increased to around 3 at the end of 2022 as planned and the Company now targets to reach rate 4 in 2024. The A350 monthly rate is now around 6 aircraft. In order to meet growing demand for widebody aircraft as international air travel recovers, and following a feasibility study with the supply chain, the Company is now targeting a monthly production rate of 9 A350s at the end of 2025.

In its 2023 outlook, Airbus targets to achieve 720 commercial aircraft deliveries.

Source: Airbus FY 2022 Results
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