The Aircraft That Makes No Noise

“The Aircraft That Makes No Noise: Short blogs about different airline fleets and aircraft.” is the biggest and most visited aviation site on the Internet. Our community of users includes airline crew members, airline management, airplane fans, air travelers, aviation photographers, aircraft enthusiasts and avid airline fans.

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The Aircraft That Makes No Noise: Short blogs about different airline fleets and aircraft.

Airbus have released their first pictures of the cabin of their A350-900XWB. The aircraft is expected to enter service with Qatar Airways in 2014.

The interior will feature a 2-4-2 configuration in economy class with a 31 inch seat pitch and 18.5 inch wide seats. In business class there will be a 1-2-1 configuration with 79 inch seat pitch and 20 inch wide seats.

The airline also has plans to introduce an all new premium economy product on this aircraft as well as an all new business class suite which will feature a lay flat bed and direct aisle access for every passenger.

One of the more interesting things I learned from the Emirates Annual Report of 2007 is that Boeing is working on a new aircraft, known as the 787-10. The 787-10 will be a stretch of the 787-9 and will seat 330 passengers in a three class configuration with an 8,500 nautical mile range – right in between the 300 passenger 787-8 and 350 passenger 777-200ER.

Boeing hasn’t announced or officially confirmed anything about the 787-10 so far but we can make some predictions. First, I predict that Boeing will launch this airplane at the Paris Air Show in June. Even though they’re not saying anything, they’ll want to steal some of Airbus’ thunder at their home show and also because they’ve launched their past two airplanes (777X and 747-8) at Paris.

Second, I predict that Boeing will introduce this airplane in 2013, with deliveries starting in 2016. It’s hard to know exactly what airlines are thinking when it comes to ordering new airplanes until something official is announced but I know for sure that United Airlines is considering the Airbus A350-1000 for its replacement of 777s with an order coming down sometime in 2010 or 2011. The 787-10 would be an

In the last few years we have seen the arrival of a new generation of aircraft. These aircraft are the Airbus A319neo, A320neo and A321neo and Boeing 737-800 MAX and 737-900ER MAX. These aircraft are the future of airlines and will be in service for decades to come.

The most popular of these new planes has been the Airbus A320neo, which is used by many low cost airlines around Europe. The main selling points of this aircraft are its fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs.

The Boeing 737 MAX is also a popular choice for airlines as its fuel efficiency is very high, but it is not as common as the A320neo due to the fact that many airlines still have old 737s that need replacing first. is an aviation website with over half a million registered users worldwide. It has become the leading internet resource for the aviation enthusiast, serving millions of page views per month to users around the world. The site is unique in that it contains pictures and information on every commercial aircraft currently in service as well as those no longer flying.

Today, we talk about one of the most amazing aircraft ever built, the Concorde. The Concorde was the first and only supersonic commercial airliner. It had a maximum speed of Mach 2.04 (2,179km/h or 1,354mph). This meant it could cross the Atlantic Ocean in under 3.5 hours and the Pacific in under 6 hours!

The Concorde had a passenger capacity of 100-128 and was operated by British Airways and Air France. It was designed by BAC (British Aircraft Corporation) and Sud Aviation (Aerospatiale). After a series of disputes with other countries on where to build the Concorde, it was finally decided that France would build the front half of the aircraft and Britain would build the rear half. The aircraft first flew on March 2nd 1969 but was not put into commercial service until January 21st 1976 when British Airways flew from London Heathrow to Bahrain International Airport. In total 20 Concordes were built with 7 each going to British Airways and Air France.

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