At International Aeronautics and space in Le Bourget 2015, Airbus recorded orders and agreements with a total value of 57 billions of dollars and a total of 421 aircraft. These include firm orders for 124 aircraft for a value of 16.3 billion and purchase commitments for 297 aircraft, for a value of 40,7 billions. In addition to agreements for the sale of new aircraft, Airbus also announced a new cargo conversion program in cooperation with NANCY and ST Aerospace, that will increase the longevity of the A320 family.
"Our latest estimates, I predict that will be needed 32.600 aircraft in the coming 20 years have proved correct ", said John Leahy, COO Customers of Airbus. "Orders and commitments recorded during the Paris Motor Show this year prove three things: Asia fuels growth, We are leader in single-aisle and widebody, and our A321neo is the preferred aircraft for the heart of the market ".
Source: The Flight