Easyjet today received the 9000th A320 family member ever built. https://www.instagram.com/p/B2WtTTmBS4D/?igshid=710cipvcv0gx Pretty sure this is not the "real" 9000th, they must have skipped few MSN number in between. c/n 9000 is pictured here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/48...Jump to post
Here is the Hamburg XFW version of the run-ahead construction number: 10001 c/n 10002 was already seen at Toulouse some time ago. Both aircraft are allegedly built so early to test Airbus systems readiness for 5-digit contruction numbers. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/48694966258/ Now in ...Jump to post
qf789 wrote:AirAsia's first A321neo is in final assembly
The first Airbus A321 (NEO) for Chongqing Airlines - a NEO, but also their first Airbus A321 ever.
Here is the Hamburg XFW version of the run-ahead construction number: 10001 c/n 10002 was already seen at Toulouse some time ago. Both aircraft are allegedly built so early to test Airbus systems readiness for 5-digit contruction numbers. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/48694966258/Jump to post
The first Cebu Pacific A320 is also painted, though apparently not fully yet- https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/48024868847/Jump to post
Seen today is the first Ural Airlines Airbus A321NEO though still without engines - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/48024766986/Jump to post
July 2021 ? Otherwise a pretty steep production rate to do 1000 aircraft in 60 days.Jump to post
Aero K Airlines first aircraft is not taken up and going to Cambodia Airways insteadJump to post
The first Airbus NEO produced in Finkenwerder outside that is above the 9000 constrution number! Incidentally also the first A320NEO for Cebu Pacific Air https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/47977927938/ 9000 A21N for Turkish Airlines Correct. On the photo is Cebu Pacific A320 c/n 9015 which is ...Jump to post
The first Airbus NEO produced in Finkenwerder outside that is above the 9000 constrution number!
Incidentally also the first A320NEO for Cebu Pacific Air https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/47977927938/
First A320NEO for Atlantic Airways (Denmark) https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/47973677467/Jump to post
Kuwait Airways A320 NEO (first) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/47953264513/Jump to post
Asiana Airbus A321 NEO (first) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/47953266773/Jump to post
Asper production list, Starflyer (JA), Batik Air (PK-), Viva Air (HK-) and of course China Eastern, China Express and Tibet Airlines are still to receive CEOs.Jump to post
Another two angles on the first Airbus A321 for Air Transat
qf789 wrote:Hawaiian A321neo N216HA RTO
The next Airbus A320 NEO for Lufthansa painted in the new colos from factory side for the first time can be seen here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727 ... 8505973093
Also the first A320 NEO for S7 Airlines fully painted. Quite a number of aircraft parked here awaiting engines.
The first Alaska Airlines Airbus A321NEO (ordered by Virgin America) is partially painted ! https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4642/25690659888_c6ad106be1_h.jpg D-AZAA_A321_8120_Alaska-Airlines_XFW_20180107 by Cruise , on Flickr It will look very nice when in full new Alaska Airlines colors, i am sure.Jump to post
Hi Aptiva, yes it is from a storage site - San Bernadino gets more busy with storage and scrapping. I don't think this will be used for anything else but parts and scrap for sure after this! Or maybe the start of a new trend - moveable stage for rock bands ?Jump to post
Good day, the enclosed pic shows a B737-800 that has been adourned with sponsor logos for a local event. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/38805456232/ Found this website, but no confirmed ID can be deducted. http://www.highlandnews.net/entertainment/sbd-fest-ready-for-the-excitement/article_b...Jump to post
That Airbus won't be delivered prior October. Minimum few more days for engine installation, another 7 days for painting, and while some CEO versions have had as little as 3 days between F1 and delivery the NEO won't be doing that. More like 10-14 days.Jump to post
<table border="0" align="CENTER" width="95%" class="quote"><tr><td><font size="2" face="ARIAL, Helvetica, Geneva" color="#9A9DA0">Quoting <a href="/profile/viasa" class="quote" target="_blank">viasa</a> (<a href="#4" class="quote">Reply 4</a>):<br/><i>A picture of the first A310 NEO here That would ...Jump to post
Here is a picture of the third Lufthansa A320 NEO now with registration and tail code NC (=D-AINC) <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise727/24664885851/in/album-72157648505973093/" target="_blank">https://www.flickr.com/photos/cruise...885851/in/album-72157648505973093/</a><br><br>[Edited 20...Jump to post
The previous years have shown a clear trend towards the largest aircraft of an aircraft family: - Boeing B737-800 are the most popular and 737-900 are selling well recently with the 737-700 orders on the low side - Canadair CRJ900 are sellign whereas CRJ700 have slowed and CRJ200 are not even built ...Jump to post
If you do not want your pictures to be used for anything - don't upload them or upload them somewhere else. Anyway, someone else will upload that photo anyway because people will want to see their name displayed on the Web and in their Stats. Maybe this is a perfect way to have this development stop...Jump to post
Too bad it was only 1999 when I first got online but found this fine site nevertheless. Forum was still great fun back then. All my slides did not make it into here as only bought a scanner last year and meanwhile most airplanes found their way into here one way or another. It is really astonishing ...Jump to post
Guess we have to wait and see. <acronym title="Hamburg (- Fuhlsbuttel) (HAM / EDDH), Germany">HAM</acronym> is not A380 ready, and flights to the Airbus factory Finkenwerder make no sense at all, not least to the very bad traffic connection to the city. Maybe shuttle flights <acronym title="Hamburg ...Jump to post
I assume you are referring to the (tail) design of the aircraft, because they do display the Union Jack (see http://www.airliners.net/open.file/649009/L/ ) next to the registration which is mandatory. The owner is of Greek descent, maybe that offers a clue why there is no british flag incorporated i...Jump to post
Obviously this 787 is a recent proposal, at least not much older than plans for the B777. Oh how much I would love to see Boeing go ahead with this design, the B727 lines are still THE most elegant ones in aviation. But very likely this design is superseeded by the Dreamliner.Jump to post
I think the original question was more like "Why don't airlines from the MIddle Eastern Region serve Taipei" - not <acronym title="Macae (MEA / SBME), Brazil">MEA</acronym> in particular. Surrenr were you thinking of Qatar Airways, Gulf Air or Emirates which serve many places already? Remember airli...Jump to post
Just posted this as a separate topic as couldnt find this one at first glance: There are very nice photos on this site, from great photographers which are going to every way to get more pics on here. Of course people do use computer programs to enhance their pictures which makes them come out better...Jump to post
From his grave he has the opportunity to see and observe all the planes which arrive at <acronym title="Cologne / Bonn (- Konrad Adenauer / Wahn) (CGN / EDDK), Germany">CGN</acronym>. --- Wow, what a moving letter. It just shows that we are a special breed though, and most are not able to fully unde...Jump to post
Despite being a new milestone in Aviation getting high hits on airliner pieces rather than a whole airplane is funny in itself. Why not the new EMB170? On the other hand, do you think high hit ratio on A.Net is what makes things important? This is just a playground and is clearly underlined by an au...Jump to post
The B747SP is ugly? This must be the comments of new generation aviation enthusiasts who obviously never had the chance to see one fly!!! It is one of the most gracious aircrafts around, and a comparison between B747SP and a B777 isnt even allowed with the latter being probably THE most unattractive...Jump to post
Good I got the FC Bayern Muenchen A321 photographed recently! Not very nice to see Aero Lloyd go. But hey, cheer up guys, Aero Lloyd will live on in the shape of their Caravelle which has been at Bordeaux for the last 10 years at least! It's some time I saw that beast fly... Farewell Aero Lloyd!?Jump to post
Pronounciate? I see where the problem is....
Nevertheless, Peed-mont is my best guess.
Interesting feedback from the attorney. It's what I wrote in my post, and you don't need to be an attorney but just use common sense to come up with that one. Spotters are only tolerated at airports, so remember not to put our hobby in a bad light.Jump to post