The P&W press release revealing the selection of the PW1133G for the A321neo for Hawaiian Airlines states that the Geared Turbo Fan Family now has more than 3,500 announced and unannounced orders and options. I wondered how much unannounced orders there are and tried to do a breakdown of the announced orders.
This is the A320neo engine. If I am right, this is what the flying and non-flying public knows as of today:
Indigo 150 A/C - 300 engines
GoAir 72 A/C - 144 engines
ILFC 60 A/C - 120 engines
ALAFCO 50 A/C - 100 engines
Qatar 50 A/C - 100 engines + 30 A/C options
Norwegian 50 A/C - 100 engines + 50 A/C options
jetblue 40 A/C - 80 engines
Lufthansa 30 A/C - 60 engines
Cebu 30 A/C - 60 engines
CIT 30 A/C - 60 engines
Hawaiian 16 A/C - 32 engines + 9 A/C options
Transasia 12 A/C - 24 engines
This is 1,180 engine in total - plus spares, so maybe we should add 5% for around 1,239 engines.
The 89 A/C options would count for another 187 engines including options for a grand total of 1,426 engines.
The CSeries engine. According to Bombardier there are 148 firm orders and commitments for 69 more (32 from Ilyushin Finance, 12 from Porter, 15 from an Unnamed Customer and 5 from Atlasjet). Altogether 217 aircraft or some 456 engines including 5% spares. If I am right there are options for another 142 aircraft and these would be "worth" another 298 engines including spares.
The MRJ has 165 firm orders. 15 (+10 options) from ANA, 50 (+50 options) from Trans States and 100 (+100 options) from Skywest - some 347 engines including spares or 683 including options and their 5% spares.
The Irkut MS21 part of the story is the most difficult. I only know that Ilyushin Finance choose the PW1400G so far for their 50 aircraft, so let's count 105 engines including spares.
So now we have:
That's far away from the stated 3,500 orders for all members of the Geared Turbo Fan Family. Let's wait for the Paris Air Show - maybe there is more clarity about the "unannounced" orders then...and I guess we will hear about first customers for the PW1700G and PW1900G for the 2nd generation EJet Family.