tupolev154b2
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What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:09 am

What airline and aircraft is this a passenger of:



Post enough replies and I'll give you the answer. It should be very easy.
 
Bluebellya380
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:15 am

LH 320 series?
 
fspilot747
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:16 am

I'll tell you two things. I fly lufthansa a lot, so I can tell by the seat colours that this is lufthansa, and the row arrangment that it is a A-320. I have also been on this aircraft from FRA to Barcelona! Good plane.

-FSPilot747
 
Aesch
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:18 am

Airbus A320
 Smile/happy/getting dizzy
 
teahan
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:19 am

Hey,

The grey/yellow seats give it ways as Lufthansa. It could be a B737 or A320 series aircraft. My guess is Luftansa A319/B737-300. Considering the width of the seats, the 2 small emergency exits and lenght of the cabin, I will go for Lufthansa A319.

KInd Regards,
Jeremiah Teahan
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chepos
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:20 am

That looks like some comfy interiors.
Chepos
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gmonney
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Teahan

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:34 am

Didn't you answer your own question by saying the two exits over the wing?

Dosen't that mean its an A320?

I have not seen a 319 with two exits!

Hope that helps, as well the 737 doesn't either. I guess thats how these other crackshots got it. I was stumped untill you commented about the exits!

Thanks for pointing them out,

Grant
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teahan
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:43 am

Hey,

Gmonney, you are definitely right. I guess I am just a bit tired, it is nearly 3AM here in Ireland.

Kind Regards,
Jeremiah Teahan
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Dazed767
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:43 am

First off, it's an Airbus (that's all I've flown on this year, I should know haha). I'm going to say A320 cause of the 2 exits. It's not a US airline, so maybe it's Lufthansa or Condor?
 
hisham
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 10:44 am

It has two emergency doors over the wing, so it's either a A320 or B737-400. It cannot be a 319 nor 737-300, they both have one emergency door.

My guess is LH A320-211 (D-AIPF) parked in Frankfurt last November. Am I right?  Smile

Hisham.




 
tupolev154b2
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 11:16 am

Hisham was the first one to state the airline and why it is the A320. Smile After all, I was also looking for the specific version of the A320 series and how you would know that it is that one.
 
cargyvr
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RE: What Airline/aircraft Is This A Cabin Of?

Mon Apr 16, 2001 12:29 pm

It's a A320 series... if you look at the F/A Call Light.. that's Airbus for you... I'm gonna say A319