kjeld0d wrote:Isn't it "The Zambia"?
Delta Airlines recently ordered 100 A321neo aircraft, and of course there are tons of articles discussing this order. However, one of those articles struck me, and not in a good way. This article: https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/delta-orders-100-airbus-a321neos-says-no-boeings-737-max/ What's your ...Jump to post
Now Airbus covers the entire NB range...again great investment into the future. But those Boeing Twitter rants though...Jump to post
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:Cool.seahawk wrote:It was a standard go-around. Calm down.
You serious? Is this what you call a standard go-around?
Now we know why Delta never mentioned a cancellation. Fantastic news for Airbus! The B-squad must be so madJump to post
Airbus sold about 1500 CEOs so I find it amusing that the NEOs should have an uncertain future...Jump to post
In the end we all know why Monarch ordered Boeing...as if they had a choiceJump to post
351t? I guess you mean 251t...
JerseyFlyer wrote:Jump to postPerhaps the proposed 351t A338 is not available for their early agreed delivery date. If all subsequent A338s are 351t, that would leave them uncomfortably with the only 342t A338s.
I cannot repeat this often enough: "The first 338 is currently being built." If TAP needs range sometime in the future, they could add a few A330-800. Problem is it looks more and more like Airbus will not make them. This whole topic seems pointless. TAP is a survivor - one of the few mid-...Jump to post
The first 338 is being built currently and people still say that it will never be built...Jump to post
The LH livery is part of their corporate identity and brand awareness. There will be livery updates but certainly not a new livery like ACs Delta2.0Jump to post
Nice improvement of an awesome plane! #hatersgonnahateJump to post
Trade wars result in chaos on all sides...Bigly.Jump to post
In the end Airbus will do what´s in its best interest and what its customers want.Jump to post
I understand the slots, but those deliveries are financed by Boeing, aren´t they. It is not like Monarch is in a healthy situation....Jump to post
Why would DY want to invest in something ailing?Jump to post
What a beauty the HA 321 is!Jump to post
I am not sure about this, but I think Airbus have pushed forward first A330-800 NEO. Now production list shows MSN 1888 to first frame, I think it was lower before. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ff2DA4QRsnyx6Og6UREgvDckpdF2Iu7o4Vcj6m7EM_I/pub?single=true&gid=0&output=html Interest...Jump to post
I thought I would share this great video with you. An A350 attempts to land in strong wings (100-125 km/hr) before it aborts landing and performs an incredible go-around. Gotta say, those Trent engines sound like music to my ears. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zkt7tr3TTs0 Thanky you for sharing!Jump to post
It's about time someone brings to market a all new turboprop with range from 30 seats all the way to 70 seats......you have some regions like the Caribbean with really need 30 seaters in a lot of markets due to market size and airfield being served..... You can be almost certain that it won't be a ...Jump to post
They will grow...biglyJump to post
Just a great plane and what a development!Jump to post
NEO all the way! And some LRs would be awesome...Jump to post
Great news for Airbus and the 350!Jump to post
Wow and the 321 TA...WOW!Jump to post
Those 767s are quite old to put it nicely so perhaps that is one of the reasons...Jump to post
It has not rained in southern Croatia since end of April and this year wildfires were and are everywhere. I could see the CL-415s at the beach and at a nearby lake. They were mostly flying from the morning until the evening, apparently they do not fly in the dark at least where I am...Jump to post
Can you please explain what economic shortfalls we have here in Europe. Thank you! I meant the CL-415's economic shortfalls, as listed by Waterbomber (expensive to build, expensive to run, expensive to maintain, specialized). Thank you, I misread it.... I always thought those planes are just leased...Jump to post
Can you please explain what economic shortfalls we have here in Europe. Thank you!Jump to post
So a bad landing and this has nothing to do with the type itself...Jump to post
EK413 wrote:It's possible QF will pull a SQ by ordering the A350 & run back to Boeing to work out a sweeter deal swapping the A350's for B778/9's? Makes sense considering A350's would be far easy to offload to Boeing than A3Whales.
This is a ridiculous comparison. The DC3 had some 16,000 units built. First as a a commercial airline carrier. Then thousands were built during WWII. The 320 hasn't even caught up with the 737. When that happens, reopen the thread with a rational argument. Not so ridiculous: 737, 9000 delivered, 13...Jump to post