Wouldn't this negate the a350-900 except for the longest or most cargo heavy routes? If this actually has more range than the 77E, then TPAC from the East coast shouldn't be an issue (UA already flies EWR-HKG with a 77E). Airbus is cutting its own lunch making a cheaper product so close to the payl...Jump to post
Is there a possibility to restore the Super Constellation at Munich Visitor Park to flying condition?Jump to post
So where does the -9 suddenly get all this range from with full pax and stuff?Jump to post
How many seats do they block...40, 50?Jump to post
The average fleet age of almost 30 years sounds promising....notJump to post
MrBren wrote:Vietnam's Bamboo Airways inks MOU for 24 A321neo
They will only dominate in your reality... As if Airbus just sits there and does nothingJump to post
So in your world the A330 has basically only one strength. Perhaps you should write Airbus that it almost makes no sense as a programJump to post
Maybe, but only maybe in a twilight world Air Asia X is perfectly happy with their Airbus planes because they deliver what they want. Yes, there are proudly all Airbus-operators out there, too. Sadly, due to the HA order, some people here think and constantly repeat that every airline which operates...Jump to post
This thread title is so misleading, they are selling a leasing company, and of course, the bad old myth of Airbus selling planes at bargain prices comes up again...Jump to post
Richy is not a professionalJump to post
Cannot wait for LH ordering some 351s...Jump to post
KarelXWB wrote:Jump to postTwo A330-800 production slots have been assigned to Hawaiian Airlines: MSN 1960 and MSN 1968.
Sorry, but the person behind Strategic Aero research has no credibility at all. He must be the most extremist Boeing fanboy out there and most of his posts are beyond ridiculous.Jump to post
"Imperfect substitute of A350". #QuoteofthedayJump to post
I think so. ACF is an option now and will become standard for the NEO in 2020. The A321 Neo ACF is also the base for the LR.Jump to post
It always works in two ways...BiglyJump to post
The catching up continuesJump to post
He cannot be worse than Saj AhmadJump to post
"Boeing gets the best choice of engines" - "Airbus can pick the engines rejected by Boeing". Only in your reality, only thereJump to post
A crew of 6 on an ATR? Anyway, RIP...
qf789 wrote:Jump to postReport of 66 people on aircraft, 60 passengers plus 6 crew
http://www.airlive.net/breaking-aseman- ... mountains/
Thank you. You nailed it! It isn’t most orders will be cancelled, deferred, etc. The reality is that Airbus has had a 17% cancellation rate over the past three years when looking at net in year of cancellation. (I averaged three years since last year’s 23% cancellation rate was a bit of an anomaly a...Jump to post
Sad to see another Anet-myth is still alive. "Most A320 orders are from unstable airlines or won´t be fully taken up or will be deferred or will be cancelled or orderbook inflation or order bubble or whatever". If there is a bubble or something similar it affects all types and not just one...Jump to post
According to your opinion everything about the 380 is old and outdated. Can you please explain why Airlines are still flying the old and outdated 380? #quoteoftheday I dont think you can blame GE. Airbus designs for the A380 started in the 90s and into the early 2000's...... everything with this air...Jump to post
The reaction of some people to an all-Airbus airline are hillarious...sort of.Jump to post
Some of the above posts on this thread are funny. :) The short answer to why TAP Air Portugal doesn't order Boeings anymore is actually simple: None of Boeing's aircraft (for the last couple of decades) is a better fit for TAP's fleet and strategy than the Airbus they have already taken and are on ...Jump to post
Kadish wrote:I see IAG ordering them. Makes sense for all of them.
Replacing BA 767/772, new thin routes in South America or Asia for Ib, the same for Air Linus but in USA and even Level can take advantage.