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Airbus, Boeing and Embraer announce 3Q deliveries

written by WOFA | October 8, 2009

Airbus, Boeing and Embraer have announced their deliveries for the third quarter of the year.

Airbus sold 59 aircraft for the three months ending September 30, comprising 50 A320s, two A330-200Fs and seven A330-300s. Over the same period, the European airframer delivered 104 aircraft, comprising of 82 A320 Family aircraft, 15 A330s, four A340-600s and three A380s.

Over the same period, Boeing took orders for 76 aircraft, representing orders for 64 737NGs and 12 777s. The company also delivered 113 aircraft – 90 737NGs, four 767s and 19 777s.

Embraer has also announced its deliveries for the third quarter, with 29 commercial aircraft delivered – one ERJ-145, four E-170s, three E-175s, 17 E-190s and four E-195s. The company also delivered 27 executive aircraft and one E-190 to the Brazilian air force, which was its only military delivery during the quarter.


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