TOULOUSE, FRANCE — According to Airbus' most recent backlog numbers, an unnamed customer has purchased two Airbus A330neo aircraft. Both aircraft are -900 variants and are among the 13 planes that Airbus added to its order book in September.

Sichuan Airlines of China placed an order for three A321neos and three A320neos, while another unnamed operator purchased four A321neos.

Additionally, the European aircraft manufacturer signed a contract for an Airbus A320neo jet that will be delivered to a private customer.

The planemaker received cancellation requests for three single-aisle aircraft, two of which appeared to be A319neos that Air Cote d'Ivoire had previously purchased and one of which was an A220-300 from Macquarie Financial Holdings.

The American aircraft leasing company Azorra Aviation upgraded the two A220-100s it had bought to the larger A220-300 bringing its A220-300s on order to 22 copies.

Airbus has delivered 437 jets since the beginning of the year, of which 55 were taken over by customers in September.