wingflex744 wrote:Also none of the 11 737 in fleet are gone since the CS entry in the fleet.
Still 5 737-500 (BBD, E, M, N, Q), 2 737-300 (BBR, S) and 4 737-300W (BBI, J, X, Y) flying around.
I still do not understand why they do LAX not non-stop with one of there new A380's.Jump to post
airbus aircraft have so much american content , that it will not be allowed to sell them to iran. What makes you think that Iran has to buy spare parts only from the US? How exactly do you think Iran has been able to keep its decades old 747SPs, 727s, L-130s, F-14s and other American built planes a...Jump to post
airbus aircraft have so much american content , that it will not be allowed to sell them to iran.Jump to post
On a separate note, would it make sense for Boeing to develop a 767 MAX in the same manner than Airbus NEO'd the 330? You'd think a long-time 767 operator like UA would look at such a bird to directly replace some 767s. It would, if there was a fitting engine on the market. But in this thurst class...Jump to post
downdata wrote:Wow 8 hrs in a nb is going to be rough... maybe long range nb isnt that great of an idea afterall...
If I may mention the backlog of 7 built and parked QR A350-900 with a lower MSN than long delivered ones, we are already at 11. If only it wasn't QR... :banghead: My point here is that 2018 could see 100+11 deliveries. Just my guess of course. What do you guys think. Time for delivery projections? ...Jump to post
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/tianjin-airlines-to-introduce-a350-grow-long-haul-n-444799/ Tianjin Airlines are to get 2 a350 in 2018 from Avolon, Which msn would that be? Given the fact that all production slots in 2018 are filled, my guess is 2 Hong Kong Airlines A350s will be heading...Jump to post
MaxiAir wrote:CFRPwingALbody wrote:Is airbus also doing A350 painting and cabin outfitting in XFW (Hamburg) these days?
Nice method to use the overcapacity of the A380 completion facilities.
Cabin outfitting was an option, but not as of yet. Only painting for some 330s & 350s is done in XFW
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... -n-444799/
Tianjin Airlines are to get 2 a350 in 2018 from Avolon,
Which msn would that be?
****Disclaimer: I'm not trying to bash Boeing**** Congratulations to Boeing. Delivering some 700 plus planes is not thinkable a couple years ago. But this achievement is having its price: I've heard endless complaints from mechanics about how the newly delivered birds went tech during 2017. Most of...Jump to post
This will probable not be all new engines. Just revised engines with new fan blades. Still very expensive as it mains a nearly compleet new build up of the engine.Jump to post
Counting msn 60 as delivered in dec 2017 I see 9 delivered in december for a total of 78.
First time I see december not being the best month of the year, which could be seen as progress.
Though airbus would have liked delivering more to qatar and china for sure.
travelhound wrote:For those who are interested I have completed a summary of Boeing orders including order valuation.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... edit#gid=0
The could launch the A350-2000Jump to post
Did not want to start a separate thread for this but this blog/site claims that Aerolineas Argentina will order 4 a350 next year with delivery starting in September..... http://avionesenezeiza.blogspot.in/2017/12/aerolineas-argentina-incorporara-cuatro.html Could be qatar aircraft ? QR is keeping i...Jump to post
ap305 wrote:Did not want to start a separate thread for this but this blog/site claims that Aerolineas Argentina will order 4 a350 next year with delivery starting in September.....
http://avionesenezeiza.blogspot.in/2017 ... uatro.html
How many have been deliverd this month sofar. Looks like a lot.Jump to post
hkcanadaexpat wrote:MSN 182 (DL#7) is visible on the flightline. Airbus certainly looks like it will have a busy January for a change!
I hate to burst your bubble, but the average capacity per flight on transpacific flights has been steadily decreasing over the past 20 years while frequency increases. The market is demanding more city pairs avoiding the main central hubs like LAX and NRT in favor of direct routes like DFW-PVG, whi...Jump to post
Stored P&W frames seem to be down to 30 from nearly 45, but stored or undelivered LEAP frames are nearing 20.
You get on a horse always from the left side. (even in england).Jump to post
Sounds like they need a larger aircraft soon. If this is such a big succes more routes will follow.Jump to post
With all due respect to Airbus and John Leahy, but this MoU from Indigo Partners was about saving face. They came to Dubai with all their corporate honchos to sign EK up for a massive A380 order, and everyone assumed the deal was in the bag. John Leahy was going to extend the A380 program and it wa...Jump to post
Should airbus launch a lite version of the A350-1000 using the wings, engines and landing gaer of the A350-900. With the MTOW of 280tons it would still have a range of about 13000 km at much lower cost per seat. Development cost would be low and economics would beat the B787-10. Considering how poo...Jump to post
Should airbus launch a lite version of the A350-1000 using the wings, engines and landing gaer of the A350-900. With the MTOW of 280tons it would still have a range of about 13000 km at much lower cost per seat. Development cost would be low and economics would beat the B787-10.Jump to post
Hmmm... So, quite a strong play by AirBridgeCargo. Yes, they lost slots. But they lost hem because they didn't use them. If they were allowed to have those slots back, how will other cargo carriers that lost slots react? Cheers! :wave: they did not loose them because they did not uses them., but be...Jump to post
LoganTheBogan wrote:So with 56 A350s delivered this year how is Airbus going to go about building another 44 to meet their 100 aircraft goal? Surely they can't produce and deliver that many in that amount of time.
Will these aircraft come from there own fleet/orders ?Jump to post
Peeter wrote:Stunning with the new engines, but I really prefer the old winglets…
8 hours in a narrowbody isn't unheard of, just ask the 757
Qatar continue to be a mystery to me - progress is so slow compared to all other airlines. This includes airlines first frames. So little noise from either AAB or Airbus on this situation. It must be customer supplied equipment that is late if AAB is silent. Do you mean to say that the aircraft on ...Jump to post
Quint1 wrote:Both TUI and KLM fly from Bonaire to Curacao with 787-8 and 747-400 aicraft, it takes around 15 minutes.