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    Quote Originariamente inviato da 13900 Visualizza il messaggio
    In caso di evacuazione, se le porte rimangono chiuse... credo che sia un'eventualità abbastanza remota (in decollo o in atterraggio le porte immagino rimangano aperte, e comunque saranno testate per reagire a certi G di accelerazione e decelerazione, così come il resto dell'equipaggiamento di cabina), però la leggenda narra che EASA, per esempio, proibisca alle compagnie europee questo tipo di suites proprio per questo motivo. Ho cercato tracce di questo divieto senza successo, e oggettivamente non ha senso (SQ, o EK, volano comunque con suites chiuse sugli aeroporti europei) però questa era la voce che girava ai tempi.
    Si, mi riferivo a quello ma anche proprio ad un isolamento totale da quanto accade nel resto dell'aereo

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    Si, mi riferivo a quello ma anche proprio ad un isolamento totale da quanto accade nel resto dell'aereo
    Ti posso garantire che se sei seduto davanti non hai nessun'idea di quello che succede in Y. Anche con la F 'aperta' come su quasi tutte le europee.

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    Bella la First (per me è un guardare ma non toccare), ma la J con il middle seat? O.o
    Non è un passo indietro? Pur essendo bellissima, per carità; magari verrà venduta ad un prezzo più interessante?

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    Bella la First (per me è un guardare ma non toccare), ma la J con il middle seat? O.o
    Non è un passo indietro? Pur essendo bellissima, per carità; magari verrà venduta ad un prezzo più interessante?
    E' attualmente lo standard Emirates la configurazione 2-3-2 in J sul 777.

    Qui un bel video di Sam Chui sulla suite.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekUu5R6vANU
    Veramente un bel prodotto.

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    E' attualmente lo standard Emirates la configurazione 2-3-2 in J sul 777.

    Qui un bel video di Sam Chui sulla suite.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekUu5R6vANU
    Veramente un bel prodotto.
    Pensavo fosse 1-2-1 come sul 380

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    Alcune dichiarazioni interessanti di Tim Clark: le suite (ridotte da 14 a 11), dovrebbero equipaggiare i nuovi 380, mentre è da valutare il retrofit su alcuni aerei già in flotta.
    Il trend sembra andare in quella direzione (grafico da FT di oggi):
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    Jeremy Clarkson testimonial della nuova first di EK
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibqncXGMa4E

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    Qualche motivazione sul “non ordine” di nuovi A380.
    Nessun interesse per il Plus (e la sua configurazione 11-abreast), bensì rassicurazioni che la linea di produzione rimanga aperta per altri 10-15 anni.

    Emirates Dismisses A380plus Concept As Negotiations Continue


    DUBAI - Emirates is rejecting the proposed Airbus A380plus concept in spite of its plans to continue ordering more of the largest commercial aircraft.

    “We would rather they just offered us the continuation of the line,” Emirates Airline President Tim Clark said at the Dubai Airshow. “I have never been a big fan [of the A380plus].” Key features of the proposed upgrade include the removal of the large forward staircase and an eleven-abreast cabin in the economy section, both of which Emirates will not take. Emirates is also not insisting on a commitment by Airbus to eventually re-engine the A380 as a prerequisite for a new order.

    Both parties planned to announce a major deal at the Dubai Airshow this week, but the process was derailed over what guarantees for the continuation of the program could be given. Industry sources said it was still possible, but not very likely, a deal could come through this week.

    “The undertakings Airbus will have to make is that the line will continue for 10-15 years and that a further commitment [by Emirates] would not be at risk,” Clark said. The government of Dubai needed absolute certainty that Airbus will continue building the A380 for that timeframe before it commits to a further order.

    Emirates currently operates 100 A380s and has 42 more on firm order. Clark did not say how many additional aircraft the airline may buy, some reports suggested the number could be similar to Emirates’ current order backlog for the type.

    Airbus’ total A380 backlog now stands at 100 aircraft, but most of the non-Emirates orders are no longer expected to materialize. Airbus is reducing output to 12 aircraft a year in 2018 and eight in 2019. The manufacturer wants to keep production at seven or eight aircraft per year for several years until demand for the type from other airlines picks up and the rate could be increased. Airbus has made a profit on a recurring cost base at a rate of 15 aircraft per year and is trying to drive breakeven down further. However, it is acknowledging that production will be loss-making at eight per year.

    “The ownership [of Emirates] is well aware of the dearth of orders,” Clark said. Airbus wants Emirates to take delivery of aircraft across the entire timeline of guaranteed production years. Depending on the size of the order Emirates will place, that would leave Airbus having to fill open production slots each year over an extended period of time. Clark, however, argued that the current Emirates order makes sure “the program is sustained until the middle of the next decade anyway.”

    Should Emirates go ahead with an additional order, it would talk to both engine manufacturers - the Engine Alliance and Rolls-Royce – about equipping the aircraft. The remaining 42 aircraft on firm order are powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines as are ten of the 100 in service.

    According to Clark, Boeing’s proposed new midsize aircraft (NMA) could be an option for both Emirates and FlyDubai. In Emirates’ case, it could be used to increase frequencies on existing routes or for new markets. “But it is not yet at a stage where it is offerable,” he said.

    The 40 Boeing 787-10s Emirates ordered earlier this week are “perfect for 7-8.5 hour missions.” Emirates plans to fly them in a 280-seat three class layout. The airline also considered the A350-900, but was not happy with some aspects of the interior configuration. Only in early November Airbus showed a new layout with the rear pressure bulkhead moved aft by 2.5 feet. Clark complained to Airbus that the design should have been on the table earlier because it could have changed the picture completely. But by that time the commitment to Boeing had already been made.

    Clark predicted that enhanced cooperation between Emirates and FlyDubai will generate up to ten million incremental passengers for Emirates per year. He dismissed the idea that Emirates may be better off focusing on smaller widebodies than the A380 such as the Boeing 777-9. “If you start compressing, the hub implodes.” But using a large and growing fleet of A380s “creates huge flows across the network.”

    via Aviation Week
    Chiediti se quello che stai facendo oggi, ti avvicina al luogo dove vorresti essere domani.

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    Qualche motivazione sul “non ordine” di nuovi A380.
    Nessun interesse per il Plus (e la sua configurazione 11-abreast), bensì rassicurazioni che la linea di produzione rimanga aperta per altri 10-15 anni.
    Detto in altri termini, non hanno intenzione di pagare lo sviluppo del NEO ma in questo modo restano gli unici clienti del CEO.

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    Detto in altri termini, non hanno intenzione di pagare lo sviluppo del NEO ma in questo modo restano gli unici clienti del CEO.
    Sostanzialmente chiedono ad Airbus di sotterrare definitivamente l'A380 con funerale a 10-15 anni producendo solo per loro a prezzi di super saldo spingendo al massimo le economie per fare almeno un pareggio sui costi di produzione. L'alternativa per Airbus è sviluppare una versione Neo in proprio senza clienti da offrire al mercato, oppure pianificare la chiusura alla conclusione degli ordini attuali.

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    Peccato: prima di seppellirlo, mi sarebbe piaciuto vedere una versione -900 ed una versione cargo, come inizialmente doveva essere.

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    VIDEO & PICTURES: Emirates receives its last 777-300ER

    Dubai carrier Emirates has taken delivery of its last on-order Boeing 777-300ER.
    Registered A6-EQP (MSN 42363), the jet is the 190th 777 delivered to Emirates, which notes that it has taken delivery of one in eight manufactured 777s and is the only airline to have operated all six variants of the type.


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    The 190 aircraft include 146 777-300ERs – one fifth of the total built. Emirates received the first in March 2005, and has 140 in its active fleet today. These are used to serve 119 destinations.
    Describing the model as "a cornerstone of Emirates' success story", the Middle Eastern airline's president Tim Clark states that the -300ER "will continue to play an integral role in our operations and facilitating global tourism and trade opportunities in the years to come".
    Emirates is set to be one of the early operators of the in-development 777X, having ordered 35 777-8s and 115 777-9s, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows.
    Deliveries will begin in 2020, Clark notes.



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    Completato il retrofit di tutti i 77L


    PICTURES: Emirates completes 777-200LR cabin refits

    Emirates has completed conversions of 10 Boeing 777-200LRs from three-class to two-class cabin configurations.
    The Dubai carrier notes that the new layout features wider business-class seats in a 2-2-2 format.


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    It also includes a "fully refreshed" economy-class product.



    The Gulf airline disclosed its -200LR cabin-refit plans in November 2017 and has spent $150 million converting the 10 jets at its in-house Emirates Engineering facility.
    It says the engineering team spent a total of over 160,000 man-hours on the project, working with some 30 suppliers and handling over 2,700 spare parts at any one time. An average of around 35 days was spent on completely stripping and reconfiguring each aircraft.
    The first of 777-200LRs with the new configuration was rolled out for commercial service in March 2018, with the last being completed this month – three months ahead of schedule, the airline says.
    Emirates is this year retiring seven older 777s as it takes delivery of six new Airbus A380s.
    This involves retirement of its remaining two 777-300 "classic" aircraft. A large fleet of 777-300ERs is being retained.
    One of the two -300 jets – registered A6-EMV and delivered in February 2003 – has already been phased out of the fleet. The other – A6-EMX, delivered in June 2003 – will shortly follow suit.
    Cirium's Fleets Analyzer shows that both jets A6-EMV (MSN 28687) and A6-EMX (MSN 32702) are leased from AerCap and around 16 years old. FG

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    Mazza che colori.
    Are we there yet? Stories from the road.

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    Mazza che colori.
    Pensa al colore che avranno beige e azzurrino dopo qualche volo da una dozzina di ore.

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    Pensa al colore che avranno beige e azzurrino dopo qualche volo da una dozzina di ore.
    Specie se il volo e' turbolento...
    Are we there yet? Stories from the road.

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    Come prevedibile dopo l'ordine per i 339 e 359, sembra sparita la commessa per i 40 781, peraltro mai formalizzata come ordine fermo.
    Se gli Airbus sono stati ordinati nel contesto della chiusura del programma 380, probabilmente in casa Boeing i 781 saranno sostituiti da un ulteriore lotto di 779. A lungo termine questi ultimi dovranno infatti sostituire non solo gran parte dei 77W, ma anche i 123 A380.

    Latest Emirates fleet plan completely omits 787-10s

    Emirates Group’s newly-released annual report lists 234 future aircraft deliveries, but makes no mention of the Boeing 787-10s for which Emiratessigned in 2017.

    These 234 aircraft comprise 40 Airbus A330-900s and 30 A350-900s – a commitment disclosed in February this year – plus 14 remaining A380s and 150 Boeing 777X twinjets.

    But the fleet plan omits the 40 787-10s and the annual report notably does not refer at all to the 787 model.
    Emirates unveiled a $15 billion agreement for 787-10s at the last Dubai air show, stating that the aircraft would be delivered in 2022.
    But the airline has not made an engine selection for the 787s and they are not included on Boeing’s order backlog.
    The carrier had listed the 40 787-10s in its previous annual report, for 2017-18, declaring them as “authorised and not contracted”.
    They had been among 262 future deliveries alongside the 150 777Xs, 12 remaining 777-300ERs, and 60 A380s.
    Emirates says it took delivery of six 777-300ERs in 2018-19, including its final one, indicating that six others were shelved.
    It phased out 11 older 777s, including six 777-300ERs, four -300s and a single 777F, resulting in a net reduction of five aircraft in its 777 fleet, from 166 to 161 at the end of March 2019.
    Emirates received seven of the 60 A380s in 2018-19 but is cancelling 39 others, committing to taking only 14 more of the type.
    Airbus has yet to record formally the Emirates A380 cancellations or its intended $21 billion order for the 70 A330-900s and A350-900s.
    In parallel with the Emirates order rejig Airbus is terminating production of the A380 in 2021.
    Emirates president Tim Clark says the carrier remains a “strong believer” in the A380 programme, despite the Airbus decision.
    “We have been reviewing our fleet mix options for some time now, so converting some of our A380 orders into A330neos and A350s gives us the required flexibility,” he says in the annual report. There is no reference to the 787.
    Over the current financial year, 2019-20, the airline will receive six A380s and withdraw eight 777s, says Clark, to keep the fleet “strong and young”.
    Clark also states that Emirates will invest in the introduction of premium-economy seating on the A380 in 2020 which, he adds, means the “iconic” aircraft will “continue to ‘wow’ our customers”.
    The airline says it is also finalising “bespoke” cabin designs for its 777X fleet, deliveries of which will begin in 2020. Emirates is taking 115 777-9s and 35 777-8s.
    Emirates’ overall fleet total rose by two aircraft over the course of the 2018-19 financial year, from 268 to 270. These comprised 138 777-300ERs, 10 777-200LRs, a single 777-300 and 12 777Fs, plus 109 A380s.

    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/ar...87-10s-458102/

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