Going beyond functional, this is how a good passenger experience is turned into one that passengers cannot wait to repeat. Just imagine where the superior ambiance of the Airspace by Airbus cabin can take you.
Innovation is added to Airbus’ comfort and design fundamentals – benefitting both passengers and airlines. This has been a key to the success of the company and its airline customers
The Airbus A318 extends the Airbus A320 Family product line into the 100-seat commercial jetliner market segment.
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Also incorporated in the A318 is Airbus’ digital cabin management system, which controls the operating of cabin lighting, pre-recorded messages, emergency evacuation signa…
Nothing exotic or even exciting about this airplane, it’s purely a business transportation tool with bottom-line justification.
As long as Bombardier continues to make incremental product improvements and minimizes price increases, including on the new Challenger 650, the prospects for continued market demand remain upbeat for Challenger 600-series aircraft.
No other business jet can top the Bombardier Challenger 605 for its blend of cost effectiveness, low operating costs and cabin comfort, plus dispatch reliability and everyday utility.
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Operators say they can fly it for $3,100 to $3,200 per hour, including fuel, maintenance and engine reserves. Dispatch reliability exceeds 99.8%.
The Encore+ offers to its customers some facilities like: increased efficiency, a new integrated avionics suite, increased payload capability and improved cabin lighting.
Also known as the model 525C, the Cessna (a Textron company) Citation CJ4 business jet first took flight as a production model on 19 August 2008; the CJ4 prototype flew for the first time just three months earlier on 5 May 2008.
The aircraft features two of the new Williams International FJ44-4A electronically controlled full authority digital engine control (FADEC) engines, which are capable of producing 16.11kN of thrust each; Cessna states that the CJ4 can climb to over 13,000m in under 28 minutes.
Avionics are provided through the aircraft's Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite with upgrades, including FMS (flight management system) v4.0 allowing for WAAS (wide-area augmentation system) capability and IFIS (int…