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Airbus made an enormous plane, Boeing made an efficient plane. They both had different ideas on how the airline industry would work in the future, and only one was right.
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4:51 Is that Alicante Airport? Please answer me because I would aprreciate an answer, Why am I curious? Well it looks like Alicante Airport and I've been there going to and from one holiday (Which was spring but it was still hot in Spain but in summer its like 40 my parents told me)
That video is stupid, the two planes are not competing each other, they're on a different range for different purpose and both airbus and boeing have other planes to compiting each other in those range.
Also the purpose of the A380 (or the 747) is not to make profit using a hub-to-hub flight economy but to deal with airport who are saturated, because you know, airport have a limited size and can't take a million flight per day
For those making this a Boeing verse Airbus argument..remember the 747-8i and A350 too... The 787 and A350 are definitely the sales winners, but A380 beats the 747-8i hands down in terms of sales success.
I still think that the 777-300er can do better then the a380 per cost since company latam use a hub system when they need a flight they go to congonas then São Paulo then London but they stoped useing a congonas hub since 2017 that when most staff where training to use and operate 787s and they are now thinking of going with a mix of 777 and 787
Chris PL How about you do some REAL research instead of relying on bullshit outdated Al Jazeera documentaries and the like to feed your bias. Your punk ass is just bitter that the whalejet is already a dinosaur and the 787 is selling just as many frames as all 3 of Airbus' widebody offerings combined. "Completely unsafe" my ass.
Quite possibly, although I hope we won't see a time anytime soon where everything has only two engines, it's time to bring back the trijet for long haul overwater flights, when quad jets are no longer necessary.
New polish government is planning to build a hub in Baranowo (somewhere in the middle of nowhere). After watching this video i'd rather consider it quite a dumb idea. Moreover our national airline LOT started operating dreamliners a few years ago. On the other hand some hubs are likely to survive, but could share your thoughts with me? I can imagine another piece of educational art from Wendover, this time about infrastructure.
This is a false dichotomy. The 777 is the workhorse of international aviation and it operates between the two extremes presented in this video. It currently has way more orders than the 787 and A380 combined yet it goes unmentioned. Next year it should finally get the attention it deserves thanks to the -9. Anyways the A350 lives in the middle as well.
787s aren’t even small (they’re a lot bigger than the 767 which he calls large at 3:04). I’m a Boeing fan but there’s definitely some selective information here.
Boeing’s superiority comes from the fact that they have two advanced wide body twins while Airbus only has one. Not to mention the fact that Boeing’s both got to market first.
777 + 787 >> A350
Airbus blew it with A-380 having not built dedicated freighter variants - civilian and military. That would be substantial boost to the program and would limit 4 engine game for Airbus only, as it is freight variant that is keeping 747 alive.
“Unrivaled focus on passenger comfort” when I flew to England on AA, I was stuck in the middle of the center aisle in economy class, not enough legroom to put my backpack under the seat in front of me. My life goal is to get just ONE first class seat at SOME POINT in my life.
It is evident that most budget long haul carriers are using A330ceo or A330neo. Though the 787 doesn’t also attract the budget carriers but also the major carriers. A330neo only costs $110million as of right now which is very cheap for budget carriers.
These are both fantastic planes and both companies are great innovators but the observations are utter uninformed drivel. Nice presentation but sadly the substance and knowledge is lacking and embarrassingly bias. The sales pitch at the end is also unwarranted.
The737 max will be the ultimate in flying discomfort. Throw in turbulence delayed inflight service carts blocking access to restrooms on a six hour flight, cramped seating, scaled down size restrooms and voila! You better be tough!
if it ain't Boeing, I ain't going.. AIRBUS BLOWS. Their pilots can hardly land the most popular airliner in the world. Too much 'technology' in the flight deck. Who do you call when a computer fails? A HUMAN. Airbus sucks. Case in point? A380
Failure, huh? Well, with $32 BILLION in sunk costs and losing money on the first 700 planes produced, if you look around at articles by aviation experts, the 787 will NEVER break even. How's that for a success?
You can only have so many A380 flying on specific routes. The airlines that needed them have already bought them. They are so new, there's no need to replace existing aircraft. By the time they do need a replacement, chances are a new different aircraft will be able to fill that void. The manufacturers are always busy at the drawing board designing and dreaming. The 747 is the perfect jumbo because most airports can handle the plane in their facilities as they've been doing for 40ish years. Happy flying!
When I woke up this morning, I could never have fathomed that I would end the day knowing so many new facts about the flight business market and about passenger planes.
Boy, are my friends in for a treat next time we hang out and I bombard them with these new facts!
...That's why I don't have any, isn't it?
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