|Quoting EbbUK (Reply 5):|
The cheapness of the swipe at the 380 is best summed up by your last 2 words
|Quoting Osiris30 (Reply 6):|
If it was a swipe at anyone it was those blabbering about it not having a big vortex, not the plane itself..
Big planes have big vorticies.. it's physics.. that was just alot more dramatic an example than I expected.
|Quoting EbbUK (Reply 7):|
But the facts are such.
1. The separation times are to be reviewed once the plane has been in service, so your assertion isn't as cut and dry. I doubt whether the airbus engineers deliberately sought to defy physics, they made their calculations, judgement needs to be reserved.
|Quoting FJWH (Reply 12):
nice and all but anyone got the answers to my questions?
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