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No professional in his right mind is falling for this Brexit panic mongering. I’m sorry to burst your bubble but I can tell you first hand that 99% of big players in London (banks, insurances, investment funds and trading houses) have spent the last 6 months dumping millions of £s in preparations f...Jump to post
As the second hand market keeps showing activity signs, the plans were already announced in January are progressing: http://www.tarmacaerosave.aero/news/index/after-having-redelivered-73-aircraft-in-2017-tarmac-aerosave-launches-2-hangars-a380-at-teruel/0/21 Now moving it forward, with the first the...Jump to post
SCQ83 wrote:IMO 5 weekly for UX is quite a lot if they don't get COPA feed. Specially since their network out of Madrid is much smaller than Iberia's.
Don't forget about the 4,000 workers in Belfast, Northern Ireland too, I'm sure they'll just as relieved! What happens in Belfast? That they wanted to keep manufacturing CSeries' wings... https://www.irishtimes.com/business/manufacturing/airbus-deal-with-bombardier-may-protect-1-000-jobs-in-north-1...Jump to post
I'm still reading the previous 18 pages so forgive me if someone said that already. All this news is great and puts Airbus in a leading position. BUT!!! Boeing has a nice card up its sleeve. If they bite their pride a little and admit they're falling a bit behind, they can partner up with the Russi...Jump to post
TVNWZ wrote:Do European airlines actually fly? Strike here. Strike there. Monarch here, Air Berlin there. Yep, all those new planes at Monarch are killing it.
What about the scale of the US3 vs these other carriers? Swiss as your mention has a fleet of 75 aircraft. UA has ~75 777s. Swiss has around 50 narrow body aircraft. AA has what, 2500 737-800s? The stats are dizzying how much larger the operations are for the US3 vs other carriers. As we have more ...Jump to post
For FAs: Try having all those selective criteria in terms of "beauty" or look or whatever in US, you'll get hit with a tons of lawsuit in no time on discriminative hiring practices. For Fleets: You just have to realized how much larger US carriers are in general compare to the rest of the...Jump to post
Some people have really lost their minds with some of these predictions. People act like all airlines gonna drop Boeing like a rock, that is just not the case people. Boeing is obv not going to be broke because of this. Said that, not all the airlines, but a good amount of them which were not commi...Jump to post
Because apparently the model of offering poor service, old airplanes, sell overpriced tickets, treat their passengers like garbage (cof United cof) don't seem to bother US customers, who are willing to keep paying maintaining the profit level while management thinks about ways to increase their gree...Jump to post
"Move heaven and hell to stop it?" Asking the government to investigate is hardly "moving heaven and hell". And surprise the US government agreed. Moving heaven and hell is what the Canadian and European governments have done to make their needy children a success in a very mean...Jump to post
They get a money-losing program for free. Sounds great to me too. :o Boeing says Bombardier CSeries jets may face hefty duties despite Airbus deal https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/18/boeing-says-bombardier-cseries-jets-may-face-hefty-duties-despite-airbus-deal.html So money losing that Boeing moved hel...Jump to post
Donald Trump is a Boeing shareholder. If anything, that would be motivation enough. Money is king for Mr.Trump. https://mobile.twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/291964245602607105?lang=en .@Boeing stock went way down because of 787- so I just bought stock in @Boeing- great company! Which are the m...Jump to post
I think neither UX or IB have the 242t A330-200. And IIRC, IB's in the middle of phasing out the A340. Or is it only the A340-300? Just the 300s, which are already gone. The 600s have been refitted with Y+ and will fly 3-7 years minimum depending on who you ask to. IB’s new A330s are indeed 242t, n...Jump to post
VSMUT wrote:"Has no new competitors on the horizon":
I count 2 or 3 direct clean sheet competitors on the horizon: . ..797/mom
phxa340 wrote:Lol. Airbus of the 70s and 80s ? COMAC ?
I know it's getting cold up north but wow ...
What court judgment stipulates that the government money given to BBD is not a subsidy and does not violate the applicable trade agreements? Which one has? The one bullied by Boeing, the one that previously injected tons of dollars to smash any competition around for major grace of the US despising...Jump to post
Boeing is in a position to do as they please. They're perhaps the most successful aircraft manufacturer on the planet. Boeing has every right to complain about unfair subsidies Delta received via the Canadian taxpayer. Boeing IS the most subsidised airplane manufacturer in the planet (as well as US...Jump to post
I don't think Boeing executives did anything wrong here. They were looking after Boeing's interests, which is their job. They were acting in good faith and there is nothing yet to suggest they don't have a case against BBD. I am sorry, but there is not one single word in your whole sentence that is...Jump to post
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This boosts Iran as new CSeries customer IMO if any sanction comes up, only Canadian/British manufacturing
FromCDGtoSYD wrote:Seems like Boeing is doing away with autodimming windows
SheikhDjibouti wrote:In all seriousness, I have seen this aircraft on Google Earth, at Heathrow of all places. I had always assumed it was a satellite glitch but now I'm beginning to wonder.
Clark said an order for more of the superjumbo aircraft was under consideration, adding that any A380 order would help replace 25 A380s due to be retired in the middle 2020s. “Airbus would love us to do that but we’ve got a few things to sort out first so I’m not sure that we’ll get there for the a...Jump to post
Emirates is looking for an A380 order to replace older A380s in mid 2020. http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/emirates-willing-to-cooperate-with-rival-uae-airline-etihad-1.2104106 Plus is coming... Clark said an order for more of the superjumbo aircraft was under consideration, adding that any A3...Jump to post
KarelXWB wrote:lvs wrote:I don't believe it, is the delivery flight?
That's MSN 83 going home to DOH.
airbazar wrote:Fuselage parts is not the same as a full fuselage. And yes, there's a fine line between lying and creative marketing. As far as the A338 goes, I'll believe it when I see one flying.
Already done by someone http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-V1yDpwB5Eyc/U ... 6890_n.jpg
and 787 https://i.pinimg.com/originals/6d/13/05 ... 7e6547.jpg minus fuselage logo.
Amazing...they can find a 1m long piece of a fan blade which exited a cruising aircraft at 38,000ft and landed on an Arctic shelf of ice, but we still cannot locate a missing airliner on the other side of the planet. Ice/land with high visibility against 4-8km depth water. That’s a really poor dema...Jump to post
I can see IAG buying the A330-800 for Iberia / LEVEL. They have expansion plans are are still placing orders for A330-200s. Geoff IB is quite comfortable with delivery slots for A332s and A359s. Level could be an option, as long as delivery calendar and tag price fits the low cost style, which prob...Jump to post
That could just as well be for an A339. Like I said in the other thread, it's a marketing press release. They are assembling parts that can be used on either model. I would wait a little longer to see what happens to the A338 Those could even be pictures from Roswell :idea: C'mon, let's be serious....Jump to post
RJMAZ wrote:Yes. Its the only explanation.
RJMAZ wrote:... I don't understand ...
They were too lazy to even do this!: http://www.airline-empires.com/uploads/gallery/album_576/gallery_23562_576_266761.png Although they kind of did it apart from the belly.... https://farm9.static.flickr.com/8194/28804929666_22478baace_b.jpg I disagree. The old ticket counters looked much more pro...Jump to post
It only makes sense to compare one variant of A380, namely A388, to one variant of 747. 748 is definitely the right variant to compare to since it has to go throw the same market conditions that A388 has. 748 is more superior than 744 when it comes to technical specification, but 744 was far more s...Jump to post
787fan8 wrote:My favorite aircraft is on an order roll. Who's next? Emirates perhaps?
ikolkyo wrote:We'll see how long they last, IB starts getting A350s next year to replace the A346.
Just out of curiosity, how much rework, cost, and recertification would be required to move the cockpit up? Can't help but think how much more aesthetically pleasing the A380 would look if the cockpit was raised to just below the upper deck and had curved windows. This should also make enough room ...Jump to post
ikolkyo wrote:Well 4 holers aren't going to be around much longer, soon your only choice is going to be an A380 or LH748
KarelXWB wrote:At least one of four engines of former testbed MSN 4 (now donated to Musée de l'Air Paris) has been removed.
See https://twitter.com/MuseeAirEspace/stat ... 8667331584
All four engines will be returned to EA. The plane will join the museum without engines.
pabloeing wrote:And B787-10 order this year too.....in the article.
Ive forgotten why A380 was discarded as a presidental transport(AF1). Can someone explain? Airbus chose not to submit a bid. It would have required Airbus to set up an A380 FAL in the United States and ship all the major components by ship/rail/air to it. The costs involved for two airframes would ...Jump to post