Freighters absent from Dubai Airshow 2019

While EgyptAir Cargo’s newest A330-200P2F was on static display at this year’s Dubai Airshow, there were no freighter-related deals. (Photo: EFW)

The 2019 edition of the Dubai Airshow is behind us, but despite the appearance of Egyptair Cargo’s newest A330-200P2F (610) recently redelivered by EFW, there were no freighter orders to be seen, in stark contrast with the Paris Air Show this June, where we saw a large amount of activity with regard to freighters, particularly the 737-800BCF.

Here is a summary of the widebody orders that were signed in Dubai over the past few days.

Turning to narrowbodies, in a vote of confidence for the 737 MAX, Boeing also announced orders and commitments for 60 of the airframe type, including:

Airbus also fared well with orders and commitments for A220 and A320-family aircraft.

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