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July 2015 - the latest issue.
 

This issue has figures to the end of June. Despite the fact that there was a major European air show in June (Paris) and that literally hundreds of aircraft and engine orders and commitments were announced, not all the orders went on to the books by the end of the month. As a result, fewer aircraft and fewer engines have been ordered so far this year than in the first six months of previous years. This in turn means that there was no appreciable increase in either the aircraft or engine backlogs.

Production is up though and by the end of June there had been 11 more single-aisle and 29 more widebody aircraft deliveries than in the First Half of last year. Most of the gain is due to Boeing. Airbus has delivered one more single-aisle than in the First Half of last year, and the same number of widebodies. All Boeing's aircraft programs have delivered more aircraft and the 787 has had the largest increase of all.

Click on the link below to download the cover and contents page of this issue. You can also look at the cover and contents pages of previous issues.

Philip Abbott, Editor.

July 2015 cover and contents.

June 2015 cover and contents.

May 2015 cover and contents.

April 2015 cover and contents.

March 2015 cover and contents.

February 2015 cover and contents.

January 2015 cover and contents.

December 2014 cover and contents.

November 2014 cover and contents.

October 2014 cover and contents.

September 2014 cover and contents.

August 2014 cover and contents.

July 2014 cover and contents.