At ch-aviation, we continually track new aircraft deliveries from the largest aircraft manufacturers: Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, De Havilland, Embraer, and Irkut.

Only 80 aircraft were delivered in July 2021, after global aircraft deliveries surged in June 2021. We can still see a 24% increase in worldwide aircraft deliveries compared to last year’s same month.

Following a strong increase in June, Boeing deliveries dropped in July 2021, with just 28 aircraft delivered. Nonetheless, compared to the same month last year, this figure indicates an increase of 600%.

Here is the overview of all Boeing deliveries for July 2021:

AirlineNumber of Aircraft delivered
Malta Air5
Ryanair4
FedEx Express3
Flair Airlines3
United Airlines2
Oman Air2
flydubai2
Boeing Defense, Space & Security2
Caribbean Airlines1
Fiji Airways1
GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes1
UPS Airlines1
Aeromexico1

Airbus deliveries for July 2021 had decreased to 47 aircraft, following a substantial increase in June 2021 when 77 aircraft were delivered. This represents a 19% reduction from the 2019 numbers and a 31% decrease compared to 2020.

Take a look at the overview of all Airbus deliveries for July 2021:

AirlineNumber of Aircraft delivered
Air Austral3
China Eastern Airlines3
IndiGo Airlines3
Spirit Airlines3
Wizz Air3
flyadeal2
Sichuan Airlines2
Volaris2
Aegean Airlines1
Aeroflot1
Air China1
Air France1
Air Macau1
AirAsia India1
American Airlines1
Bamboo Airways1
China Southern Airlines1
Delta Air Lines1
Frontier Airlines1
JetBlue Airways1
Juneyao Air1
Lufthansa1
Peach Aviation1
Qingdao Airlines1
S7 Airlines1
Shenzhen Airlines1
SKY Airline (Chile)1
TAP Air Portugal1
Tibet Airlines1
Tigerair Taiwan1
Turkish Airlines1
Ural Airlines1
VietJetAir1
VivaAerobus1

Here’s a rundown of the other manufacturers’ aircraft deliveries that we keep track of: