Asia-Pacific Airlines accounted for 27 of the world's 80 passenger flights in the first month of 2019.

Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the delivery result fell sharply in January compared to the 221 worldwide deliveries in December 2018, when Boeing and Airbus compete to meet the delivery targets for the year. Nevertheless, the 80 planes delivered during the month were larger than the 72 deliveries made in January 2018.

Worldwide deliveries of aircraft

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All data Flight Fleets Analyzer

Airliner deliveries through Asia and the Pacific – January 2019

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Although the airlines from Asia and the Pacific delivered supplies in January, they were only marginally faster than North American carriers, which seized 26 new aircraft. European airlines followed with 16 deliveries, while Latin American airlines took seven new aircraft and carriers from the Middle East four. African airlines did not receive jets in January after 10 in December.

China led 14 deliveries under the Asian and Pacific countries. India followed with five and Japan with four.

Asia-Pacific scheduled flights by type – January 2019

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Boeing vs. Airbus – January 2019

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Only China Southern Airlines and SpiceJet each had three deliveries. China Southern took three A321neos; SpiceJet took two 737 Max 8s and one Bombardier Q400.

Two airlines were each given two aircraft: China Eastern Airlines and IndiGo. China Eastern took an A320neo and an A350-900; IndiGo took two A320neos.

Airbus led the deliveries in the region during the month in both narrowbodies and widebodies. It delivered 16 A320 fighter jets against the four 737s of Boeing. It also yielded a pair of A350-900 & # 39; s and one A330-300 against Boeing's pair of 787-9s.

Lessor involvement in Asia Pacific deliveries – January 2019

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The lessor's activity was limited during the month, with seven landlords involved in 11 deliveries of 11 January in the region.

AerCap, Air Lease Corporation, BOC Aviation and Jackson Square were all involved in two deliveries each. Only one delivery with a landlord was for a widebody, with Air Lease involved in the delivery of a 787-9 to Air Tahiti Nui.