fabian9 wrote:A340 MSN1 is currently test flying.
PatrickZ80 wrote:The 757 / 767, first glass cockpit.
3. A320. Airbus had the insight to take an existing military technology (true fly-by-wire) and apply it for the first time to commercial jets. Doesn't Concorde hold that honour? For me it's Concorde for the reason quoted above, and the fact that it enabled supersonic commercial transportation. My n...Jump to post
ikolkyo wrote:727LOVER wrote:STUPID QUESTION TIME
How exactly does one tell the difference between a CEO and NEO?
Engines, that is it.
Just had a look a pictures and it does indeed look like that's the one - thanks for clearing that up!
And here is the confirmation:
It was white and red, and it was taxiing around AMS around 4PM CET today (22/07/2016). Impossible to tell if it was arriving or departing I'm afraid. It was definitely an A320 size, the engines and tail looked like an A320, no wing fences. No 737 either however as it didn't haven't the classic 737 k...Jump to post
All, I just saw what I believe to be an A320 at AMS. Unfortunately I wasn't quick enough to snap a picture, but it appeared to have a bulge on the starboard side roughly above the front door. Does anybody have any idea what this may have been? Maybe any keen AMS spotters that are around? As I said b...Jump to post