Airbus delivered 566 industrial plane to 87 clients final yr, down by a 3rd from 2019.
Nevertheless, the producer mentioned the determine represented the “resilience” of its enterprise mannequin.
The European big additionally obtained a web of 268 aircraft orders, with 383 new requests and 115 cancellations.
Airbus at the moment has a 7,184 plane supply backlog.
The Airbus A320 household made up the majority of deliveries, with 446 planes rolling off manufacturing traces, whereas carriers additionally took 38 A320 fashions.
A complete of 19 A330s, 59 A350s and 4 A380s accomplished the numbers.
To be able to overcome worldwide journey restrictions, the Airbus workforce developed an progressive e-delivery resolution which represented greater than 25 per cent of the 2020 deliveries, permitting clients to obtain their plane whereas minimising the necessity for his or her groups to journey.
“Working hand-in-hand with our clients allowed us to navigate a troublesome yr.
“The Airbus groups, clients and suppliers actually pulled collectively within the face of adversity to ship this consequence.
“We additionally thank our companions and governments for his or her sturdy help to the sector,” mentioned Guillaume Faury, Airbus chief govt.
“Primarily based on our 2020 deliveries we’re cautiously optimistic as we glance into 2021, though challenges and uncertainties stay excessive within the brief time period.”
In 2020, the A220 gained 64 new orders, confirming it because the main plane in its class.
The A320 household gained 296 new orders together with 37 A321XLR.
Within the widebody phase, Airbus gained 23 new orders together with two A330s and 21 A350s.
After 115 cancellations by the tip of 2020, Airbus’ backlog stood at 7,184 plane.