At ch-aviation, we continually track new aircraft deliveries from the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer, and Irkut.
Following a drop in April and May, worldwide aircraft deliveries increased significantly in June 2021, with 139 aircraft delivered. Compared to the same month last year, aircraft deliveries have increased by 157%, even outpacing pre-covid 2019 figures by 3%.
After reducing its output in April and May compared to March, Boeing finally started delivering parked Boeing 737 MAX’es at large scale. In total, 46 aircraft were delivered, representing a massive 557% increase over June 2020. They also outperformed June 2019 aircraft deliveries by 44%.
Out of 46 aircraft, seven were delivered to Aeroméxico, five to Turkish Airlines, four to Boeing Defense, Space & Security and Flair Airlines, and three to FedEx Express and TUI Airways. Two aircraft were delivered to flydubai, GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, Neos, Qatar Airways, Ryanair and TUI fly(Netherlands), while one aircraft each was delivered to AeroLogic, Alaska Airlines, Blue Air (Romania), Boeing, Southwest Airlines, TUI fly (Germany), Turkmenistan Airlines and United Airlines.
After a decline in April and May, Airbus aircraft deliveries increased dramatically in June. With 77 aircraft delivered, it outperformed June 2020 by 13%, nearly matching 2019 levels.
Out of 77 aircraft delivered, five were delivered to Volaris, four to Aeroflot, Sichuan Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Spring Airlines, while three aircraft were delivered to Air Canada, Air China, Air Transat, and Delta Air Lines. Two aircraft were delivered to American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, flynas, JetBlue Airways, Turkish Airlines, Vistara and Wizz Air; while one aircraft each was delivered to the following operators: Aer Lingus, Air Caraibes Atlantique, Air France, airBaltic, Airbus Defence and Space, Corsair International, Emirates, Frontier Airlines, Gulf Air, Hunan Airlines, IndiGo Airlines, JAL – Japan Airlines, Jazeera Airways, Juneyao Air, Lufthansa, MEA – Middle East Airlines, Peach Aviation, Private, S7 Airlines, SalamAir, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, SKY Express (Greece), Viva and World2Fly (Spain).
Here’s a rundown of the other manufacturers’ aircraft deliveries that we keep track of: