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2018 Aircraft Deliveries to MAG, AirAsia & AirAsia X Groups & Malindo/Batik Malaysia


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#121 JuliusWong

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Posted 31 December 2018 - 11:19 AM

Not a delivery update, however I noted that AirAsia has removed last A320-232 from service.

RP-C8995 has been in storage since Aug 2018,ending legacy aircraft from Zest Air.

Collectively AirAsia Group operates 191 A320ceo now (both used and factory fresh), with 5 more factory fresh left for delivery. 3/191 are now with Pakistan Int'l Airlines.

For retirement, AirAsia has retired 15 A320-232ceo.

For A320-214/216, AirAsia has sold and retired 8 to other airlines.

AirAsia has over the past two years sold off their fleet ownership to third party name Castlelake, BBAM and on forth to become full digital travel technology company.

Edited by JuliusWong, 31 December 2018 - 11:22 AM.


#122 Holger

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Posted 01 January 2019 - 02:06 PM

Not a delivery update, however I noted that AirAsia has removed last A320-232 from service.

RP-C8995 has been in storage since Aug 2018,ending legacy aircraft from Zest Air.

 

 

Yes and in the report for the Q3 2018, AirAsia reports just 21 jets for the philippines, C8995 is number 22. Planespotters still list them as part of the fleet.

 

Overview A320-Fleet from AirAsia

Status A320-Fleet end 2016:
Malaysia: 77
Thailand: 51
Indonesien: 22
Philippines: 14
Indien: 8
Japan: 2
Total: 174

Status A320-Fleet end 2017:
Malaysia: 90
Thailand: 56
Indonesien: 23
Philippines: 17
Indien: 14
Japan: 2

Total: 202

Status A320-Fleet end 2018:
Malaysia: 95
Thailand: 62
Indonesien: 24
Philippines: 22 ( incl the last old stored Zest-Air )
Indien: 19
Japan: 2
Total: 224



#123 flee

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Posted 02 January 2019 - 11:50 AM

2018 is done and it has been a busy year for Airasia, Airasia X and Malaysia Airlines.

 

Malindo/Batik Air did not expand their fleet - 2019 night see them with some new aircraft.

 

Here is the final delivery spreadsheet for the year:

https://docs.google....iCa5H9U/pubhtml

 

Thanks to all who have contributed information to this thread. It will now close and we will continue in the 2019 thread here:

http://www.malaysian...showtopic=21372






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