Airbus Delivers 49 Aircraft In February, Unveils CityAirbus NextGen Prototype

Zinger Key Points
  • Airbus delivered 49 aircraft in February 2024 to 28 customers, with two gross orders recorded for the month.
  • The unveiling of Airbus's full electric CityAirbus NextGen prototype marks a significant step toward advanced urban air mobility.

Airbus SE EADSY said it delivered 49 aircraft to 28 customers in February. February 2024 gross orders totaled two. 

The European multinational aerospace company completed 79 deliveries to 32 customers on a year-to-date basis.

Airbus said it currently has 13,724 aircraft in operation, which includes 10,952 single-aisle planes.

Airbus also presented its full electric CityAirbus NextGen prototype to the public, ahead of its maiden flight later this year.

The two-tonne class CityAirbus, with a wing span of approximately 12 metres, is being developed to fly with a 80 km range and to reach a cruise speed of 120 km/hour.

“Rolling out CityAirbus NextGen for the very first time is an important and very real step that we are taking towards advanced air mobility and our future product and market,” said Balkiz Sarihan, Head of Urban Air Mobility at Airbus.

Price Action: EADSY shares traded higher by 0.58% to $43.29 on the last check Thursday.

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