As of November 20, 2013, the AirAsia Raw Report [Commercial Aviation] includes 4 planned and completed transactions involving more than 975 items, 3 corporations, 2 countries, 3 types of civil and military equipment worldwide from 2007 to 2016.
The data has been gathered using information available on the internet from governments, the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, internet news media and contractors such as Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin and others.
AirAsia firm order for 200 Airbus A320neo aircraft powered by CFM International LEAP-X1A engine. The deal was announced at the Paris Air Show on June 23, 2011.Items: 200 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 23 June 2011 Deliveries Start: 2016 Deliveries End: -Show Complementary Data
AirAsia order for 64 Airbus A320neo and 36 A320 airliners. The deal was announced on December 13, 2012. AirAsia selected CFM International LEAP-1A and CFM56-5B engines in a deal worth $8.6 billion at the Paris air show on June 19, 2013.Items: 100 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 13 December 2012 Deliveries Start: - Deliveries End: -Show Complementary Data
AirAsia low-cost carrier order for an additional 25 Airbus A320 airliners. The deal was disclosed at LIMA air show on December 5, 2007.Items: 25 Options: (-) Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 5 December 2007 Deliveries Start: - Deliveries End: -Show Complementary Data
AirAsia order for 50 A320s plus options for an additional 50 aircraft. The contract was signed January 8, 2007. These aircraft are intended as replacement for old generation Boeing 737 and support AirAsia's booming domestic and regional network.Items: 50 Options: 50 Purchase Rights: (-)Contract Award: 8 January 2007 Deliveries Start: - Deliveries End: -Show Complementary Data