Russia's second-biggest airline is buying four Airbus A380 superjumbo planes worth $1.7 billion at list prices, and has placed an order for Russian-made Superjet-100s.
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The snakes could be zapping the planes with energy weapons, or other kinds of yet to be publicly disclosed mischief.
@GodlMorgCom; I don't care if it's point-to-point or the spoke model. I just don't want the plane falling out of the sky when I'm on it. That's all I care about. The snakes are sabotaging planes that are Russian (UAC/Sukhoi) and Chinese (CAC) made. Airbus and Boeing planes are sanctioned by the snakes and so they will have less downed planes since they are not being sabotaged.
GoldMorg anti points out that planes larger thant 300 seats is an outdates concept. While some new commercial 737 versions have a range byond 10.000 km its obvious that large is no need for long range any more. It is very sad about the $1.7 billion for the four giant airbusses. The hub and spokes concept is outdated. Passengers don't like the need to change flights at large airports with stagnations like Heathrow and Kennedy Airport. Passengers preferr point to point flights. With planes of modest sizes Transaero can build a network that handles many destinations frequently. We areavailable to convey some smart concepts to Transaero. With several billion Tupulev and Sukhoi, together with Japanese, Chinese and other (Asian) partners, can develop some planes of the size that will sell huge numbers in the next decades with demands for tens of thousands of new planes, in particular in the booming asian air trafick.
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