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by Qantas94Heavy
Tue Sep 25, 2018 8:47 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Singapore Airlines takes delivery of first A350-900ULR from Airbus
Replies: 109
Views: 20970

Re: Singapore Airlines takes delivery of first A350-900ULR from Airbus

https://www.aircaraibes.com/plan-cabine-a350-900

I think you can just see it in this video at 8:00: https://youtu.be/JA2cAeO840M?t=480
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I think there may be some very slight tapering that is hard to notice. Otherwise, why wouldn't some airline like Air Caraibes not use 3-4-3 all the way to the back? https://www.aircaraibes.com/plan-cabine-a350-900

I think you can just see it in this video at 8:00: https://youtu.be/JA2cAeO840M?t=480

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by Qantas94Heavy
Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:31 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UA Domestic 777 Replacment
Replies: 103
Views: 14352

Re: UA Domestic 777 Replacment

Again, AC Rouge already fits ~280 seats into a 763, leave that alone, and use the extra 6m of floor length that the 764 has extra for 2-3 rows of tight lie-flats already gets you to ~29x seats. Yes, with 30" pitch, relatively few E+ seats and F being 6 abreast at 37" pitch. It's also got ...

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by Qantas94Heavy
Tue Jul 31, 2018 3:48 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Airbus a330 regional in the US
Replies: 103
Views: 13139

Re: Airbus a330 regional in the US

It's not necessarily just slot restrictions. For example, both MU and CA run hourly "shuttle" between PEK and SHA. 80% (if not more) of the flights overall on that route are widebodies (Usually A333, but CA do sub in B744 occasionally, while a few flights on MU are on 77W), b/c the route ...

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by Qantas94Heavy
Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:18 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing 797/MOM Discussion Thread
Replies: 585
Views: 81989

Re: Boeing 797/MOM Discussion Thread

May I make my MoM predictions? We know it will be a small 7-abreast twin-aisle and there will be 2 jets in the family. As I see it this means there will be a small jet, optimized with longer range, and a bigger jet which will be a simple stretch of the smaller jet. Also, airlines have really gone i...

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