List of Airbus A350 XWB orders and deliveries

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This article lists the orders made by airlines and other buyers for the Airbus A350 XWB aircraft which is currently in production by Airbus.

Orders and deliveries[edit]

Firm orders[edit]

Airbus A350 orders and deliveries by type[1]
Total orders Total deliveries
A350-800 8
A350-900 602 77
A350-1000 211
Total 821 77
Airbus A350 orders and deliveries by year
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total
Orders 2 292[2] 163[3] 51 78 -31 27 230 -32 -3 41 3 821
Deliveries 1 14 49 13 77

As of 31 March 2017[1]

Airbus A350 orders and deliveries (cumulative, by year):

As of 31 March 2017[1]


Orders and deliveries by customer (sortable)[edit]

Date Customer EIS A350-800 A350-900 A350-1000 Total Deliveries Notes
26 October 2007 AerCap / ILFC 20 20 10 Order was originally for 6 A350-800 and 14 A350-900[4][5] converted to all A350-900 during January 2014.
11 April 2008 Aer Lingus 2018 9 9
20 June 2007 Aeroflot 2018 14 14
10 December 2007 Afriqiyah Airways 2017 10 10 Originally ordered six A350-800s;[6] converted on 1 October 2012 to ten A350-900s.[7]
20 December 2013 Air Caraïbes 2020 3 3
4 November 2010 Air China 2017 10 10
19 June 2013 Air France 2017 21 21
4 February 2013 Air Lease Corporation 2018 18 9 27
18 November 2014 Air Mauritius 2017[8] 4 4
16 June 2009 AirAsia X TBA 10 10
4 June 2008 Aircraft Purchase Fleet 12 A350-800 cancelled during March 2014.[9]
18 June 2007 ALAFCO 12 12
5 October 2007 American Airlines 2018 22 22 Converted 18 A350-800 orders to A350-900 on 27 December 2013.[10][11][12] All 22 orders deferred 22 July 2016 with new EIS scheduled for late 2018.[13]
16 July 2008 Asiana Airlines 2017 8 12 10 30
31 December 2006 AWAS Order for 2 Aircraft cancelled during May 2016. Converted to A350-900 during 2014[14]
30 December 2007 Bangkok Airways Four A350-800s,[15] cancelled on 6 September 2011.[16]
25 September 2013 British Airways 2018 18 18
16 September 2010 Cathay Pacific 2016 20 26 46 11 Originally 30 A350-900s,[17][18] added six more on 20 January 2012,[19] then switched 16 of these to A350-1000 and added another 10 on 8 August 2012.[20][21]
22 January 2008 China Airlines 2016 14 14 5
29 April 2016 China Eastern Airlines 2018 20 20
20 June 2007 CIT Group TBA 14 14 4 Originally five A350-800s and two A350-900s;[22][23] the -800s were cancelled on 1 July 2011 and three -900s added,[24] and a further ten -900s were added on 3 January 2013.[25] Eventually, one A350-900 was cancelled on 30 November 2013.[26]
19 November 2014 Delta Air Lines 2017 25 25
11 November 2007 Emirates Whole order for 50 -900s and 20 -1000s cancelled.[27] Marks the biggest order loss in Airbus history.[28]
15 November 2009 Ethiopian Airlines 2017 12 12 1
14 July 2008 Etihad Airways 2017 40 22 62
8 March 2007 Finnair 2015 19 19 7 Original order for 11 A350-900s;[29] 8 more aircraft converted from options to orders on 3 December 2014.[30]
Governments, executive and private jets TBA 1 1
10 July 2015 Groupe Dubreuil TBA 1 1
4 February 2008 Hawaiian Airlines Original order for 6 A350-800s;[31][32] to be cancelled and replaced with 6 A330-800neos.[33]
13 October 2010 Hong Kong Airlines 2018 15 15
25 September 2013 Iberia 2018 16 16
27 December 2016 Iran Air 2018 16 16
7 October 2013 Japan Airlines 2019 18 13 31
20 June 2007 Kingfisher Airlines Five A350-800s, cancelled on 31 December 2013.[34][35]
19 June 2013 KLM 2017 7 7
19 February 2014 Kuwait Airways 2019 10 10
21 January 2008 LATAM Airlines Group 2015 13 14 27 7 Six A350-900 orders converted to -1000 version during 2015[1]
10 December 2007 Libyan Airlines 2017 6 6 Order was originally for 4 A350-800[36] converted to 6 A350-900 during January 2014.
19 September 2013 Lufthansa 2016 25 25 3
31 May 2016 Philippine Airlines 2018 6 6
18 June 2007 Qatar Airways 2014 43 37 80 14 The first order included 20 A350-800s,[37][38] these were converted to three A350-900s and 17 A350-1000s on 3 December 2012.[39] Qatar Airways also was the launch customer of the A350-900. It embarked its first A350 commercial service on 15 January 2015.
3 October 2013 Scandinavian Airlines 2019 8 8
22 June 2007 Singapore Airlines 2016 67 67 12 First order was for 20 aircraft;[40] 20 more added on 13 December 2012,[41] and a further 30 on 30 May 2013.[42][43] 7 cancelled in July 2015.[44]
19 June 2013 SriLankan Airlines 2019 4 4
21 January 2008 Synergy Aerospace TBA 10 10 For Avianca.
26 November 2007 TAP Portugal Originally ordered 12 A350-900s for 2017 EIS, converted to 14 A330-900neo on 13 November 2015. [45]
11 August 2011 Thai Airways 2016 4 4
15 July 2008 Tunisair Three A350-800s cancelled on 31 May 2013.[46][47]
N/A Undisclosed N/A 2 2
10 March 2010 United Airlines 2018 35 35 Originally ordered 25 A350-900s for 2016 EIS,[48][49] converted to 35 A350-1000s on 20 June 2013.[50]
21 December 2007 Vietnam Airlines 2016 10 10 3
13 June 2016 Virgin Atlantic 2019 8 8
13 November 2007 Yemenia TBA 10 10 [51][52][53]
TOTAL 8 602 211 821 77

As of 31 March 2017[1]

Legend
Meaning Symbol
Firm order 10
Cancelled or converted order 10

Orders and deliveries graph[edit]

As of 31 March 2017[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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