Strato2 wrote:Salty! This thread does not disappoint as it never will when an US airline dares to order Airbus. A letter or two for ones congressman are required!
So is this a "major event" as the title suggest or in which category belongs this incident?Jump to post
Let´s see they have 66 FIRM on order, ordered additional 34 and now consider that they MAY convert some of those 34 to the 321 and people still cannot cope with the fact that they will receive 330NEOs. That is Anet at its best.Jump to post
You MAY get what you voted for. Can you imagine the public outrage of BA being a foreign carrier in the future... Hope they can find a solution.Jump to post
People laughing about China are quite narrow-minded. Look at the environmental sector for example, China is already a leader there. Underestimating China is a mistake...a bigly one.Jump to post
Congratulations to Airbus and Kuwait, long live the dead!Jump to post
One can read here constantly that every airline is interested in the Boeing paper plane. Truth is that not every airline is interested. Some people cannot cope with that obviously. My crystal ball shows a new wing and slight stretch for the new A322 #justdreamingJump to post
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
I would call it narrowbody with more than 200 seats or 200 - 240 or is there an official name for the Segment?Jump to post
Some people seem to forget that the 321 is by far the best selling plane in its segment. Airbus is in no dire need to produce something new. IMO they just look at different options to make it even better. They either go simple (XLR) or 322. It is very misleading to think that Airbus is only focusing...Jump to post
Thank you, between all this shade-throwing, you nailed it! :old: The casual inference that A320's were only bought by AF because of political interference is crazy. The A320 (and the B737) are fabulous planes and each can do a good job for airlines. Why is that crazy? Air France was the launch custo...Jump to post
Regarding the A350 he states: "We have ordered 59 of them". He also states: "We are rather forced to order more planes in the future. (He did not state any type). We have an Intercontinental fleet of almost 200."Jump to post
A majority stake is definitely NOT only half the program. #justsayingJump to post
Congratulations to Airbus. Just a great move of them...Jump to post
Congratulations to Airbus and Air Baltic!Jump to post
Production ended in 1984 so the youngest one is 34 years old. It is not coming back even if its name is ChristineJump to post
A quick summary on Reuters: Release date- 15052018 - The WTO Appellate Body has published today the first of two rulings expected this year on subsidies in the large commercial aircraft dispute between the US and the EU. The first ruling is the Appellate Body's final report on the EU's compliance w...Jump to post
And what do you suggest next, that they also get rid of their hundreds of Airbuses just because the demise of Airbus is your biggest dream?
seahawk wrote:Jump to postThis could open the way for UA, DL and AA to get rid of their Airbus contracts without having to pay a penalty.
I don´t know what is worse...that you wrote this or that you actually believe what you write. Believe me, we evil old Europeans have every technology to build airplanes. I do not respond to those other statements...they are just so BIGLY. With Trump’s announcement today it is Airbus all the way. Unl...Jump to post
Also included in the April sales activity was one undisclosed customer’s order for 22 A319neo versions and five A319ceo aircraft
Great news for the A319!
817Dreamliiner wrote:Jump to postAirbus monthly update:
http://www.airbus.com/aircraft/market/o ... eries.html
The interesting bit:Also included in the April sales activity was one undisclosed customer’s order for 22 A319neo versions and five A319ceo aircraft
The obvious bias on this thread is unbearable, but it corresponds to the trend in 2018 on Anet: "Airbus is doomed".Jump to post
You are so wrong...Bigly.
masA380 wrote:Jump to postAirbus widebody’s days are numbered.
Next logical step regarding the integration into the product portfolio of Airbus...Jump to post
IB is all-Airbus and I doubt that will change... European potential 787 airlines not ordering 787: LX, LH, OS, AZ, IB, EW, SK, AY, EI, TP, SU, SN Africa & Middle East: MS, MK, DT, TU, SA, MD, IR, KU Central Asia: UL, UK, PK East Asia / Pacific: GA, PR, D7, XJ, CX, MU, CI, OZ, 5J, FJ, VA, FM, HX,...Jump to post
With an all-Airbus fleet of 118 and 55 NEOs on order, I wonder about the incentives to add another type from another manufacturer...Jump to post
That is a beautiful livery! Thanks for posting. They are getting two, right? The first A321neo for Primera Air had its First Flight the other day - https://a320archive.com/msn/8145 https://farm1.staticflickr.com/807/41205515681_cd823c9a37_z.jpg DAZAK 8145 PRI by xfwspot , on FlickrJump to post
Can we please change the thread title? HiFly just announced on Twitter that they are taking A380s. The NOT in the title is no longer appropriate. Perhaps it never was...
Protectionsism and trade wars always have consequences. IMO this is just the beginning because a certain Twitter user is out of control.Jump to post
Are they allowed to fly it everywhere? I am not so sure about the safety aspect here.Jump to post
klm617 wrote:787fan8 wrote:ATL has been mentioned by the airline as a possible new destination with the Airbus A321LR.
ATL is out of range for the A321LR
Beautiful picture! Thank you for sharing!Jump to post