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Airbus, Boeing and Embraer together totaled 303 aircraft delivered in the 4th quarter of 2021

 

The three largest commercial aircraft manufacturers (Airbus, Boeing and Embraer) have released their latest quarterly results for the year 2021. Who ordered the most planes? Who delivered the most commercial aircraft? Find out in this article a summary of the three main commercial aircraft manufacturers (Airbus, Boeing and Embraer).


In the 4th quarter alone, including Airbus, Boeing and Embraer, together, 303 aircraft were delivered (259 narrowbody and 44 widebody), an increase in deliveries of 80 aircraft compared to the third quarter of the year. Many planes stocked with the pandemic, the year 2021 brought to the market a search for used planes in good condition from leasing companies that are being offered at low prices to operators.


Airbus, Boeing and Embraer Together Totaled 303 Aircrafts Delivered in the 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

 

During the fourth quarter of 2021, the most delivered narrowbody aircraft (narrow fuselage or single aisle) was the Airbus A320neo with a total of 75 deliveries while the most delivered widebody aircraft (wide fuselage or double aisle) were the Airbus A350-900XWB with 16 deliveries.

 

As for orders, the 4Q2021, together with the three largest manufacturers, had a total of 703 orders (646 narrowbody and 57 widebody), an increase of 445 aircraft ordered compared to the third quarter of 2021. The narrowbody aircraft most ordered in the period was the Airbus A321neo with 386 orders. The most ordered widebody was the Boeing 767-300F freighter with 19 orders.

 

You must be asking yourself “why all this increase in orders? ” The answer is simple, thanks to the resumption of events in 2021, the month of November took place in the Dubai Air Show, thus bringing this expressive value on orders in the period.

 

Airbus, Delivery Leader

 

During 4Q2021, Airbus delivered a total of 188 commercial aircraft (159 narrowbody and 29 widebody), an increase of 61 aircraft delivered compared to the previous quarter over the year. Total orders were 501 aircraft (469 narrowbody and 32 widebody), an increase of 396 aircraft ordered compared to the previous quarter.

 

The A320neo and A350-900 XWB were the leaders as the most delivered also during the fourth quarter repeating the leadership compared to the third quarter of 2021.

 

Airbus - Devileries Commercial Aircrafts 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

The Airbus A320neo aircraft was the most delivered over the year 2021 with a total of 258 aircraft delivered. In the fourth quarter alone, 75 A320neo aircraft were delivered, 17 more aircraft delivered compared to the third quarter. The manufacturer's most delivered widebody aircraft during 4Q2021 was the A350-900XWB with 16 deliveries, 10 aircraft more compared to 3Q2021.


As for orders, the Airbus A321neo was the narrowbody most ordered by the European manufacturer with 386 orders in the fourth quarter. Airbus' most ordered widebody was the A330-900neo with 15 orders.

 

The European manufacturer maintained its lead in 2021 with a total of 612 deliveries and 771 orders. Airbus ended the year with a total order of 7,082 aircraft.

 

Even with 612 deliveries in 2021, Airbus remains below the historic record that occurred over the year 2019, before the pandemic, with 863 deliveries.

 

Airbus - Orders Commercial Aircrafts 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

According to the website DSM Forecast International, Airbus has steadily increased A320 production from 40 per month to 43 in the third quarter of 2021 before ending the year at a rate of 45. Production will be gradually increased until it reaches a monthly rate of 65 by the end of the year. summer 2023. Airbus also discussed a scenario with a rate of 70 by the first quarter of 2024. Longer term, the company is investigating opportunities for rates of up to 75 by 2025. Meanwhile, the A220 is being produced at a rate of five aircraft per month. The rate will be raised to six in early 2022 – with a monthly production rate of 14 expected by mid-decade. Currently, the A350 production rate is five per month and will be increased to six in early 2023. Airbus is currently producing two A330s per month, a rate that will be increased to nearly three aircraft by the end of 2022. In 2021, Airbus launched the new A350 freighter, or A350F, which is an important and much-needed boost to the company's competitiveness in the cargo segment. Boeing has long dominated the cargo space with its 737-800BCF, 767-300BCF, 767-300F, 777F and 747-8F offerings. So far, Airbus has only offered the A330-200F, which has not performed well in competition against Boeing's popular 767-300F. With the launch of the A350F, it looks like Airbus is finally getting serious about capturing more of the cargo aircraft market. The A350F, which carries up to 120 tonnes (109 tonnes) of cargo, received its first order in November and will predominantly compete with the 777F. In comparison, the 777F has a payload capacity of up to 112 tonnes (102 metric tons). On 16 December, Airbus delivered the 251st and final A380 to Emirates. The A380 is an impressive feat of aeronautical engineering and, despite its lack of financial success, will forever be enshrined in the annals of aviation history. With 123 A380s acquired, Emirates has taken delivery of almost half of the A380 fleet and currently operates 121 of the superjumbos.

 

Boeing, The Second most Delivered

 

During the fourth quarter, Boeing delivered 99 aircraft (84 narrowbody and 15 widebody), an increase of 12 aircraft compared to the third quarter of 2021.

 

The Boeing 737 MAX 8 was the most delivered narrowbody aircraft from the North American manufacturer in the fourth quarter of 2021 with 73 aircraft, an increase of 17 aircraft from the MAX 8 version compared to the third quarter of 2021. the Boeing 767-300F freighters, Boeing 777F and the military that uses the fuselage of the Boeing 767-200F called KC-46, each of these widebody aircraft were delivered 4 aircraft.

 

Boeing - Deliveries Commercial Aircrafts 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

As for Boeing's orders during the fourth quarter of 2021, the manufacturer gained 199 aircraft orders (174 narrowbody and 25 widebody), 88 more aircraft compared to the orders during the third quarter of 2021.


Boeing's most ordered narrowbody during 4Q2021 was the 737 MAX 8, which won 144 orders.

 

The fourth quarter won no widebody passenger orders. The cargo sector was responsible for Boeing's widebody orders. The North American industry won 19 orders for the Boeing 767-300F, enshrining the most ordered in the fourth quarter of 2021.

 

Boeing - Orders Commercial Aircrafts 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

A curious fact is the number of orders for cargo aircraft, which increased from the second quarter to the fourth quarter. With the pandemic, the e-commerce sector along with the air cargo sector made companies such as: Fedex, Lufthansa Cargo, Silk Way West, Qatar Cargo and one other operator in secrecy - boost by orders for Boeing 767F and Boeing 777F cargo aircraft.

 

Boeing expects to increase the production rate of the 737 MAX to 31 per month by early 2022. Further increases will occur as market demand permits. No 787s were delivered in the fourth quarter after Boeing halted deliveries in May 2021 for the second time in less than a year. The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reviewing Boeing's method of inspecting and evaluating the aircraft to ensure it meets federal safety regulations. The FAA is also reviewing whether modifications are needed on 787s in service; however, the regulator also made it clear that the issue does not pose an immediate threat to flight safety. Recently, new manufacturing defects have been identified and the FAA has issued several memos and warnings. According to Boeing, the company continues to conduct comprehensive inspections of the entire 787 production system and supply chain, while maintaining detailed and transparent discussions with the FAA, suppliers and customers. In November, the leaders of the US House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee called for a government review of the FAA's oversight of the 787. The current production rate for the 787 is approximately two aircraft per month, and Boeing expects to continue at that rate until deliveries resume and then return to five per month over time. It is currently unknown when deliveries will be able to continue. The 777 program will have a new addition in late 2023 with the first delivery of the 777X.

 

Boeing closed the first half of 2021 as the largest manufacturer with the most orders, a total of 599 aircraft. 434 more aircraft on order than its competitor Airbus which had a total of 165 aircraft on order in the first half.

 

Even with this large number of orders in the first half of 2021, Boeing was the second manufacturer with more orders closing the year 2021 with a total of 4,250 aircraft orders compared to its competitor Airbus which has 7,082 orders.

 

 The Brazilian Embraer


Brazilian manufacturer Embraer, in its official statement to investors, said that it delivered 55 jets in the fourth quarter of 2021, 16 of which were commercial and 39 were executives (26 light and 13 medium). In total, the Company delivered 141 jets in 2021, of which 48 were commercial jets and 93 were executive jets (62 light and 31 medium). As of December 31, the firm order backlog totaled US$17.0 billion, which is the highest amount since the second quarter of 2018.

 

The new E175LR was again the most delivered in the fourth quarter 2021 period with a total of 11 deliveries, five more deliveries compared to the third quarter.

 

In the commercial aviation segment, Embraer announced, during the Dubai Air Show, a firm order from Nigeria's Overland Airways for three E175 jets, in addition to purchase rights for three aircraft of the same model. The 88-seat aircraft, with a premium-class cabin configuration, will be delivered from 2023. The value of the deal is US$ 299.4 million, at list price, with all purchase rights being exercised. Embraer also sold three E175 aircraft configured for 76 seats to American Airlines for a total value of US$ 160.2 million. The aircraft is expected to be operated by its subsidiary Envoy, which is expected to arrive by the end of 2022 with an E175 fleet of over 100 aircraft. Also in 4Q21, Embraer signed a contract with Azorra for 20 firm orders and 30 E190/195-E2 purchase rights in the total deal value of US$3.9 billion. As a result, the E2 family accumulated a total of 50 firm orders in 2021 and had no cancellations, making it the market leader in its segment.

 

Embraer - Deliveries and Orders Commercial Aircrafts 4Q2021 | MORE THAN FLY

In the Services & Support segment, Embraer signed several contracts during the fourth quarter. At MRO Europe, a leading event in aeronautical maintenance, Embraer announced agreements for the Pool program with KLM Cityhopper, a regional subsidiary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air Montenegro, as well as the renewal of the contract for the Pool program with TAP express, subsidiary of TAP Air Portugal. Currently, Embraer's Pool program supports more than 50 airlines worldwide.

 

Embraer ended the fourth quarter of 2021 with 325 commercial aircraft orders (147 Embraer 175s, 3 Embraer 190s, 5 Embraer 190-E2s and 170 Embraer 195-E2s).



 

* DISCLAMER *

This report was described with informative bases directly from the investor relations page of Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, with a check on Planespotters data and with extra information from the DSM Forecast International website. 

This publication was written in Portuguese (Brazil) and automatically translated by Google robots to English. MORE THAN FLY, adopted Google technology for everyone around the world to have access to information and optimize our time and budget with translations. We ask for common sense to take into account translation errors. After all, every robot is limited and is never compared to the superiority of a human intelligence. 

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