LAX772LR wrote:kimimm19 wrote:The operate out of one of the largest and popular cities in the world so given their model, their largest aircraft being an a359 is ridiculous.
You don't seem to understand the nature of the question.
I'm well aware of what and how AF operates, just as I'm also aware that neither you, nor any other amateur here, have any idea what constitutes optimal capacity for them; quite simply because you don't have access to anywhere near sufficient quantities (and arguably: quality) of data, to effectively make that conclusion.
I'm not making the case that they'll justify the A359 as their highest capacity airframe, but then again, it's a plausible possibility.
To simply repeat that it's "ridiculous," based on no tangible parameters, is ...well... ridiculous.
Please illuminate all of us 'amateurs' with your wonderful expertise and massive amounts of data. We can then bow down to you since just because you may have a job in aviation, you think that entitles you to dump on 97% of people on this forum who don't and are just enthusiasts.
My main point is: if you are an airline like AF, have a monopoly at one of the largest airports and cities in the world, and your largest aircraft is the a359, you are doing something wrong.