Dec 14, 2019, 12:53 AM
A350 seems excellent choice , has already been operating non stop Singapore to NY successfully for a couple of years. Qantas has unique ultra long range requirements and obviously this is a niche market for a small number of aircraft. It may well lead to further orders for A350, possibly both 900...
Oct 25, 2019, 01:49 AM
Agree with Phil Young, need to see how economy pax find the long voyage. Should pack about 30 in back end with no vacant seats, restricted to back end toilets and fed normal economy food. Joyce and VPs to be used as steerage pax. Australian pax can easily get to central and Eastern US without usi...
Aug 23, 2019, 11:08 PM
Put Alan Joyce and two senior executives in most crowded row, with full passengers ahead and behind. I suspect Sunrise flights will use full premium seating, similar to Singapore ULH flights
Jul 03, 2019, 10:57 PM
Well said Concorde1990. It is amazing that 50 years after Concorde’s first flight we see a proposal for an aircraft with virtually no improvement in performance. To be successful a new supersonic transport would need trans Pacific range, meaning a much larger aircraft. This aeroplane does ...
Jun 19, 2019, 10:52 PM
While the A321 is classed as narrow body it should be noted that its fuselage width is 7 in wider than the B707 , which was continued in 727,737 and 757. In fact the A321XLR looks like a 707 with half the fuel burn. Sounds much better than 10 abreast in 777 !
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