Thursday, November 15, 2007

Dubai '07 Tale of the Tape

Here's the word from CNN business today.

Emirates AirlineFrom: AirbusFor: $34.9 billion (The largest-ever aircraft order in civil aviation and beating the total for the whole of 2005 event by US $13.6 billion)Of: 120 A350s, 11 A380s, 12 Boeing 777-300E (total order includes 93 aircraft on firm order and 50 on option. The first A350 will be delivered 2014)

DAE Capital (off-shoot of DAE)From: AirbusFor: $13.5 billion dollarsOf: 70 Airbus A320 and 30 A350 planes

Qatar AirwaysFrom: BoeingFor: $6.1 billionOf: 30 787 Dreamliners and five 777 Freighters (will be first Middle East Airline to operate both the 777 and 787)

Air ArabiaFrom: AirbusFor: $3.5 billionOf: 50 Airbus A320 planes

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE)From: GE Commercial Aviation ServicesFor: $1billion acquisitionOf: 20-aircraft deal, Boeing 737 next generation series and Airbus A320 series

LCALFrom: BoeingFor: $972 millionOf: 6 787-8 Dreamliners

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE)From: Emirates Airline in a split purchase and leaseback deal that markedFor: $500 millionOf: 8 Airbus wide body Airbus A330-200s

NASFrom: EmbraerFor: $348 millionOf: 5 Embraer 190 jets

Al Jaber GroupFrom: EmbraerFor: $300 million (Single largest order for Embraer from the region)Of: 5 Lineage 1000 and 2 Legacy 600

Al Jaber AviationAirbusNo exact figure BUT catalog prices of the two A318s would together be worth more than $110 million. The A380 sells for about $320 million apiece. 2 A318 Elite corporate jets, 2 A380 superjumbos

Wallan Aviation (KSA)CessnaOver $110 million11 Citation business jets and 14 single engine aircraft

Wallan Aviation (KSA)From: Smart Aviation (Egypt)For: $80 millionOf: 5 Citation Sovereign aircraft

YemeniaFrom: AirbusOf: 10 Airbus A350 XWBs


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