Boeing booked firm orders in July from three customers for a total of 101 commercial aircraft, valued at $15.56 billion at list prices. By contrast, Airbus logged firm orders in July from two customers for a total of 26 commercial aircraft, valued at $3.07 billion at list prices.

Boeing’s largest order for the month was from FedEx, which on July 21 ordered 46 767-300F freighters, at a total current list price value of $9.17 billion. An unidentified customer ordered 50 737-800s on July 9, valued at $4.8 billion. The customer, while still officially labeled as unidentified on Boeing’s month-end orders and deliveries tally, is likely to beChina Eastern Airlines, which announced its decision to purchase 50 Next-Generation 737-800s in a public disclosure to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on the same day. Boeing recorded an additional firm order in July from Taiwan’s EVA Air, for five 777F freighters at a total value of $1.59 billion.

On July 31, Airbus gained its biggest order of the month as an undisclosed customer ordered 25 A321neos, valued at $2.84 billion at current list prices. Additionally, on July 10, the French corporation Group Dubreuil purchased an A330-300 in a 242-metric-ton maximum take-off weight configuration for use on the company’s new low-cost long-haul airline, to be called Sunline and expected to begin flight operations in June 2016, on delivery of the aircraft. The order has a list price value of $254 million.

Boeing delivered 56 commercial aircraft to 34 customers in July, contrasted with Airbus’ delivery of 48 commercial aircraft to 30 customers. As of July 31, Boeing has delivered 416 commercial aircraft year-to-date; Airbus has made 345 commercial aircraft deliveries year-to-date.

Boeing’s July deliveries included four aircraft to China Eastern Airlines (three 737-800s a 777-300ER) and three aircraft each to Air China (two 737-800s and a 777F freighter to Air China Cargo), Air Lease Corp. (three 737-800s), FedEx (two 767-300Fs and a 777F), Lion Air (all 737-800s), United Airlines (two 737-900ERs and 787-9 Dreamliner) and Xiamen Airlines (all 737-800s). Additional July Dreamliner deliveries included: Air Canada (a 787-9), Air New Zealand (a 787-9), All Nippon Airways (a 787-8 and a 787-9), American Airlines (two 787-8s), Etihad Airways (a 787-9), Qantas (two 787-8s), Scoot (a 787-8) and Vietnam Airlines (a 787-9).

Airbus’ July deliveries included four A321ceos each to both American Airlines and LATAM Airlines Group plus three aircraft each to Turkish Airlines (two A321ceos and an A330-300) and Vueling (all A321ceos).   Emirates took delivery of two A380s during the month.