Airbus, whose planes' wings are designed in Filton near Bristol, delivered a record number of aircraft in 2013.
The company, whose planes include the world's largest passenger aircraft, the A380 superjumbo, delivered 626 planes in 2013.
These included 25 superjumbos, with the overall total surpassing the previous record figure of 588 achieved in 2012.
A total of 93 customers received Airbus planes last year, including 15 who were taking delivery of an Airbus aircraft for the first time.
Despite a record year, Airbus just failed to deliver more aircraft than rival US company Boeing which earlier this month announced it had delivered 648 planes in 2013.
The Boeing figure, also a record and 7.8% up on the 2012 total, was achieved despite problems with the Seattle-based company's ultra-green 787 Dreamliner model.