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Would You Rather Fly Boeing or Airbus? World’s Longest Flight Fuels Rivalry for Deal

Qantas Airways Ltd. is cranking up the rivalry between Boeing Co. and Airbus SE in the hunt for aircraft to undertake unprecedented 20-hour trips halfway around the world. ( Altro...

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Roy Hunte 6
matt jensen 4
BOTH - 747 and 380 to the ends of the earth
iflyfsx 1
That doesn't make sense. 20-hr trips are stupid. You have to carry more fuel, instead of carrying passengers or cargo. Airport fees can't be that high.
Kobe Hunte 1
Once it gets me where i am going and its a good flight.. that's really all I care about. I somewhat prefer Boeing, but when it comes down to it.. it doesn't really matter!
sharon bias 1
I just want the engines to work properly so I don't end up having to turn around mid-flight. Both vendors have had problems with engine reliability.
Highflyer1950 0
Personally, I don’t give a damn as long as the flight crew know their aircraft inside and out! No more of these thirld world carriers flying aircraft beyond their means of comprehension with little actual experience who have trouble by the way finding their way around an airport even though their actual position is portrayed right in front of them on the nav display?
One would think after flying 19 hours or so someone would have looked at a taxi chart? Too much?
william baker -8
BOEING HANDS DOWN. If it ain’t Boeing I ain’t going.
Kenneth Schmidt 9
You must not plan on going to the many places that are served by either Embraer, Bombardier, Beechcraft, Cessna, or SAAB aircraft. From my estimates, that would be a very large portion of the U.S. and Canada that have commercial air service.

Why limit yourself?
william baker -1
This was about Boeing and Airbus not the rest.


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