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The fleet status of the largest carriers due to coronavirus

Written by Ivo Gračanin.

Boeing 767

 

Coronavirus has drastically affected air traffic worldwide. Just look into the sky and see that there is almost no air traffic. Only the most necessary flights operate to ensure minimal connectivity. However, even with this minimal connectivity, a good number of countries do not have scheduled passenger air service, but are only open to freight flights.

Air carriers have grounded almost entire fleets and have only a few active aircraft.

Thanks to the information from the ch-aviation database, we bring you an overview of the fleet status of some of the largest airlines in Europe. The situation is changing day by day, and this is the current data.

 

Air France & HOP

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Air France has 35 out of 222 aircraft active, approximately 16% of the fleet. The most active of the narrow-body airplanes is the A320, and of the wide-body, Boeing 777-300ERs.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A318-100 1 17
A319-100   33
A320-200 10 34
A321-100   5
A321-200 1 14
A330-200   15
A340-300   3
A350-900 2 2
A380-800   6
B777-200(ER) 2 23
B777-200F 2  
B777-300(ER) 16 27
B787-9 1 8
Total 35 187

 

HOP! has completely grounded its regional aircraft fleet.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
CRJ1000ER 0 14
CRJ700 0 11
EMB-145EP 0 7
EMB-145MP 0 6
ERJ 170-100LR 0 5
ERJ 170-100STD 0 10
ERJ 190-100LR 0 6
ERJ 190-100STD 0 10
Total 0 69

 

 

Easyjet

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Easyjet has grounded a complete fleet and has no active aircraft.

Easyjet UK

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   71
A320-200   54
A320-200N   34
A321-200NX   8
Total 0 167

 

Easyjet Europe

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   45
A320-200   92
A321-200NX   3
Total 0 140

 

Easyjet Switzerland

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   7
A320-200   23
Total 0 140

 

 

Iberia & Iberia Express

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About 13% of Iberia's fleet is active. Of the 12 active aircraft, half are narrow-body and half are wide-body aircraft. The Airbus A340-600, A330-300, A321-200, A320-200N and A320-200 aircraft are completely inactive. 

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100 6 5
A320-200   14
A320-200N   6
A321-200   11
A330-200 4 12
A330-300   8
A340-600   16
A350-900 2 5
Total 12 77

 

Iberia Express


Iberia Express has only 2 out of the 23 aircraft active. 

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A320-200 1 18
A321-200 1 3
Total 2 21

 

 

Lufthansa

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Lufthansa has 295 aircraft in its fleet, of which only 40 are active, meaning that only about 14% of the fleet flies at least occasionally. Interestingly, Lufthansa decided to fly only neo-aircraft from the narrow-body fleet, while the wide-range fleet has fully grounded Airbus A340-600 and Airbus A380 aircraft.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   25
A320-200   73
A320-200N 15 8
A321-100   20
A321-200   43
A321-200NX 2 3
A330-300 8 7
A340-300 1 11
A340-600   17
A350-900 4 12
A380-800   14
B747-400 5 8
B747-8 5 14
Total 40 255

 

 

Ryanair group

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Until recently, Ryanair was a single airline, and today it is a group consisting of several airlines. Ryanair has a total of 441 aircraft in the group, with only 6% active.

Ryanair

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
B737-700   1
B737-800 27 251
Total 27 252

 

Buzz

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
B737-800 0 44
Total 0 44

 

Malta Air

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
B737-800 0 117
Total 0 117

 

Lauda

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A320-200 0 32
Total 0 32

 

 

SWISS

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Swiss has approximately 14% of its fleet active. In the narrow-body fleet, Airbus A220 aircraft are mainly active, while in the wide-body the A340-300.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A220-100 2 7
A220-300 5 15
A320-200 1 18
A320-200N   1
A321-100   6
A321-200 1 2
A330-300   14
A340-300 3 2
B777-300(ER) 1 11
Total 13 76

 

 

TAP Air Portugal

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Photo: © Airbus

TAP Air Portugal has only 3 active aircraft, accounting for roughly 3% of the fleet, while the remaining 97% is grounded. The only active aircraft are the Airbus A330-900.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   17
A320-200   19
A320-200N   7
A321-200   4
A321-200N   6
A321-200NX(LR)   7
A330-200   7
A330-900N 3 16
Total 3 83

 

 

Turkish Airlines

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Turkish Airlines has 341 aircraft in its fleet. This figure does not include aircraft leased by Turkish Airlines to other carriers. Of the 341 aircraft, only 11% of the fleet is active. It is interesting to note that Turkish has a very small number of active narrow-body aircraft, only two Boeing 737-800s and one Airbus A321, and about half of the Boeing 777-300ER fleet is active. As well as almost all cargo planes in the fleet.

Aircraft Type Active Inactive
A319-100   6
A320-200   13
A321-200 1 67
A321-200NX   17
A330-200   16
A330-200F 9 1
A330-300 2 38
B737-8   11
B737-800 2 90
B737-9   1
B737-900(ER)   15
B777-200F 8  
B777-300(ER) 16 17
B787-9   11
Total 38 303

 

Foto: © Avioradar

Data source: ch-aviation