LAXinYYZ
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Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Thu Oct 14, 2004 6:40 am

Greetings
I have been working on an excel spreadsheet that contains aircraft specs. I have gathered this info from many sources, but mostly manufactures website and attempted to normalize some of the info. (Example: 103 ft 6in --> 103.50) I hope that others may find this useful and can provide feedback, corrections and additional information.

Thanks
Chris

http://www.irisreg.com/sheet.htm



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kaddyuk
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Thu Oct 14, 2004 7:06 am

Nice Idea mate...


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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:21 am

Great idea
One request though, I would like to see a max pass capacity single class.
Still a great idea though
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LAXinYYZ
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Sat Oct 16, 2004 1:42 am

Thanks for the advice, just added the Max Passenger to the sheet. I have also added this is as a PDF document too.

One thing I am completely stumped on is cargo hold capacity of the new Embraer jets. I can’t find that anywhere, so I am guessing it is not very much. Any other help with corrections or blanks that would still be appreciated.

http://www.irisreg.com/sheet.htm


Thanks Again

Chris
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:45 pm

In your document you state that the A380 will have a mach .89 cruise, is this true? In fact, according to your report, the A-330, 340 have a higher cruise than the 747. I always thought the 747-400 had the highest cruise.

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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Sat Oct 16, 2004 4:52 pm

Great job! I just downloaded it and I'll have a look at it as soon as possibile!

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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Sun Oct 17, 2004 12:57 am

In your document you state that the A380 will have a mach .89 cruise, is this true? In fact, according to your report, the A-330, 340 have a higher cruise than the 747. I always thought the 747-400 had the highest cruise.

Airbus list the maximum possible speed (or sprint capability) while Boeing list the average cruise used by most airlines. For example, Airbus list the cruise of an A346 at Mach .86, while Boeing list the cruise of a 773ER at Mach .84.

ASAIK... most airlines opperate the A346 at Mach .83 and most airlines opperate the 777 at Mach .84. It of course varies on opperator
 
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Fri Oct 22, 2004 11:40 am

I will have to look in to this, possibly putting a max cruse and typical cruse.

Chris
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Mon Oct 25, 2004 9:33 pm

The ranges seem also a bit wrong. The A345 has for sure a longer range than the 7395 nmi for example.

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LAXinYYZ
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 1:57 am

Ok,
I have once again updated the sheet. I found some more info on airbus from one of their old sites and corrected some other info. I couldn’t find good numbers for the Max Cruise on Boeing’s aircraft, so I had to get info from many sources. Of course I had to convert the numbers to mach myself and this means that they are most likely inaccurate. I could use real numbers if anyone has them.

Thanks
Chris
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 2:59 am

I just looked at the sheet. Very informative! If the data is correct, it is a nice presentation of all that information in one spot. I can't think of any other categories to add. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 3:33 pm

Very nice, I have had a look on the sheet.
Appreciate the days spent for collecting those specs

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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 3:40 pm

Nice presentation. Just a note, on the 744 you have .86 as the max speed. Ours are .92 while the FMS will give you .88.

Also, the A-320 is listed as .82, however, it's been a few years since I have flown it, but no matter what we would do, .79 was the most we could ever coax out of the -320.
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 4:38 pm

Quite comprehensive and accurate specs, which may help with your spreadsheet, can be found here.

Cheers,
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Tue Oct 26, 2004 11:55 pm

QantasA332, thanks for the site you listed, just what I have been searching for, also LAXinYYZ, many thanks to you also for your hard work!
 
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RE: Excel Sheet With Aircraft Spec

Sat Oct 30, 2004 12:14 pm

That is a great site; however there are some items that conflict with the manufactures site. I have received about 90% of my info from the manufactures sites, but I am always looking for that other 10%. I find that you get 7 figures for the same stat, so I tend to pick the manufactures numbers first. Real world specs, like the ones from Philsquares, are the most helpful and override all others.

I have posted the updated/corrected sheet again.

Thanks

Chris
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