List of commercial jet airliners

The following is the list of purpose-built passenger jet airliners. It excludes turboprop and reciprocating engine powered airliners. It also excludes business jets and aircraft designed primarily for the transportation of air cargo.

Currently in production[edit]

Type Origin Engines[a] First Flight Airline service entry End of Production Number Built In Service [1][b]
Airbus A220 Canada 2 2013 2016 in production 287 (September 2023)[2] 287 (September 2023)
Airbus A320 Multinational 2 1986 1987 in production 17,757 (September 2023)[2] 10,314 (September 2023)
Airbus A330 Multinational 2 1992 1994 in production 1,809 (September 2023)[2] 1,463 (September 2023)[2]
Airbus A350 XWB Multinational 2 2013 2014 in production 557 (September 2023)[2] 556 (September 2023)
Antonov An-148/An-158 Ukraine 2 2004 2009 in production 37 8
Boeing 737 United States 2 1967 1968 in production 11,513 (July 2023)[3] 7,649
Boeing 767 United States 2 1981 1982 in production 1,283 (July 2023)[3] 764
Boeing 777 United States 2 1994 1995 in production 1,713 (July 2023)[3] 1,483
Boeing 787 Dreamliner United States 2 2009 2011 in production 1,072 (July 2023)[3] 1,069
Comac ARJ21 Xiangfeng China 2 2008 2015 in production 127 122
Comac C919 China 2 2017 2023 in production 8 4
Embraer E-Jet family Brazil 2 2002 2004 in production 1,671 (June 2023)[4] 1,443
Embraer E-Jet E2 family Brazil 2 2016 2018 in production 81 (June 2023)[4] 23
Ilyushin Il-96 Russia 4 1988 1992 in production 33 (October 2023) 4
Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 Russia 2 2008 2011 in production 221 (February 2022) 160
Tupolev Tu-204/Tu-214 Russia 2 1989 1996 in production 89 (May 2021) 18

Planned[edit]

Type Origin Engines[c] First Flight Airline service entry End of Production Number Built In Service [1][d]
Comac C929 China 2 2025–2026 (planned) 2028–2029 (planned) to be introduced
Irkut MC-21 Russia 2 2017 2024 (planned) to be introduced 5

Out of production[edit]

Type Country Engines[e] First Flight Airline service entry End of Production Number Built In Service[1][f]
Airbus A300 Multinational 2 1972 1974 2007 561 216 (September 2023)[2]
Airbus A310 Multinational 2 1982 1983 1998 255 48 (August 2023)[2]
Airbus A318 Multinational 2 2002 2003 2013 80 57 (September 2023)
Airbus A340 Multinational 4 1991 1993 2011 377 202 (September 2023)[2]
Airbus A380 Multinational 4 2005 2007 2021 251[2] 232 (September 2023)[2]
Boeing 717 United States 2 1997 1999 2006 156 145
Boeing 727 United States 3 1963 1964 1984 1,832 44
Boeing 747 United States 4 1969 1970 2022 1,574[5] 481
Boeing 757 United States 2 1982 1983 2004 1,050 683
Bombardier CRJ100/200/440 Canada 2 1991 1992 2006 1,021 621
Bombardier CRJ700/705/900/1000 Canada 2 1999 2001 2020 924 825
British Aerospace 146/Avro RJ UK 4 1981 1983 2001 387 204
Douglas DC-8 United States 4 1958 1959 1972 556 9
Embraer ERJ family Brazil 2 1995 1996 2020 1,231 610
Fairchild Dornier 328JET Germany 2 1998 1999 2002 110 18
Fokker 100 Netherlands 2 1986 1988 1997 283 109
Fokker 70 Netherlands 2 1993 1994 1997 48 35
Ilyushin Il-62 USSR/Russia 4 1963 1967 1995 292 5
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 United States 2 1965 1965 1982 976 34
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Super 80/MD-80 United States[g] 2 1979 1980 1999 1,191 250
McDonnell Douglas DC-10/MD-10 United States 3 1970 1971 1988 386 27
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 United States 3 1990 1990 2000 200 120
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR 2 1963 1967 1984 854 2
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR/Russia 3 1968 1972 2013 1,026 9
Yakovlev Yak-40 USSR 3 1966 1968 1981 1,011 20
Yakovlev Yak-42 USSR/Russia 3 1975 1980 2003 185 28

Historical[edit]

Type Country Engines[h] First Flight Airline service entry End of Production Number Built Year Retired[i]
McDonnell Douglas MD-90 United States 2 1993 1995 2000 116 2020
Fokker F28 Fellowship Netherlands 2 1967 1969 1987 241 2020
VFW-Fokker 614 Germany 2 1971 1975 1978 19 2012
Vickers VC10 UK 4 1962 1964 1970 54 2013
Tupolev Tu-334 Russia 2 1999 cancelled 2009 2 cancelled
Tupolev Tu-104 USSR 2 1955 1956 1960 201 1981
Tupolev Tu-110 USSR 4 1957 cancelled 1957 4 cancelled
Tupolev Tu-124 USSR 2 1960 1962 1965 164 1991
Tupolev Tu-144 USSR 4 1968 1977 1983 16 1999
Shanghai Y-10 China 4 1980 cancelled 1980 3 cancelled
Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle France 2 1955 1959 1973 282 2005
Lockheed L-1011 TriStar United States 3 1970 1972 1984 250 2020 (Stargazer remains the last in service)
Ilyushin Il-86 USSR 4 1976 1980 1995 106 2011 (civilian service)
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident UK 3 [j] 1962 1964 1978 117 1995
Convair 880 United States 4 1959 1960 1962 65 2000
Convair 990 Coronado United States 4 1961 1962 1963 37 1994
Dassault Mercure 100 France 2 1971 1974 1975 12 1995
de Havilland DH 106 Comet UK 4 1949 1952 1964 112 1997
Boeing 720 United States 4 1959 1960 1967 154 2010
Avro Canada C102 Jetliner Canada 4 1949 cancelled 1949 1 cancelled
Baade 152 East Germany 4 1958 cancelled 1961 3 cancelled
BAC One-Eleven UK [k] 2 1963 1965 1989 244 2019
Rombac 1-11 Romania [l] 2 1982 1983 1993 9 2019
Boeing 707 United States 4 1957 1958 1979 865 2019 (civilian service ended with Saha crash)
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde UK/France 4 1969 1976 1979 20 2003
Mitsubishi SpaceJet Japan 2 2015 cancelled 2020 8 cancelled

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Thrust engines, excluding auxiliary power units or other turbines which do not provide significant aircraft thrust
  2. ^ As of July 2020; on-order numbers are omitted; reference and year apply unless otherwise stated
  3. ^ Thrust engines, excluding auxiliary power units or other turbines which do not provide significant aircraft thrust
  4. ^ As of July 2020; on-order numbers are omitted; reference and year apply unless otherwise stated
  5. ^ Thrust engines, excluding auxiliary power units or other turbines which do not provide significant aircraft thrust
  6. ^ As of July 2020; on-order numbers are omitted; reference and year apply unless otherwise stated
  7. ^ Some MD-82 versions were also built under license in China as MD-82T Trunkliners
  8. ^ Thrust engines, excluding auxiliary power units or other turbines which do not provide significant aircraft thrust
  9. ^ "Retired" is from all services unless otherwise noted
  10. ^ The stretched Trident 3B variant added a fourth "boost engine" in the tail for additional takeoff thrust
  11. ^ Also built under license in Romania
  12. ^ Built in Romania at Romaero under license

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "World Airliner Census". Flightglobal. July 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Orders & deliveries". Airbus.com.
  3. ^ a b c d "Boeing: Orders and Deliveries (updated monthly)". boeing.com. January 31, 2023. Retrieved February 20, 2023.
  4. ^ a b "Embraer deliveries increase 47% in 2Q23 totaling 17 Commercial and 30 Executive Jets" (Press release). Embraer. 3 August 2023.
  5. ^ Leiro, Roberto (2022-12-07). "Boeing Rolls Out Last 747 Built". Airways. Retrieved 2023-02-01.

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