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18 June 2018 12:06:00 Guest

veri noice plane

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05 January 2017 02:01:00 Guest

i thaught this a320 can only climb 2500 fpm when i rode it , but in flightradar24 i realized it climbs up to 4700 fpm

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12 October 2015 11:10:00 Guest

I agree with the concerns talked about in this forum, Airbus doesn't seem to realize that totally automated flight is more dangerous than a blend of automation and pilot input, the main reason airbus hangs their hat on the idea that pilot error is to blame for most accidents is because even when a crash is not pilot error investigating governments large manufacturers and airlines (who have a lot of sway) get themselves out of any liability by blaming one or two, usually dead, pilots. So by automating planes the can statistically say that "well no pilot flying must be safer" Bologna! All the crashes in the past 10-15 have involved sensor failures or strange results when pilots try to fix computer glitches, on CVR playbacks you always hear the pilots saying "what is the plane doing now?" There is an obvious disconnect between pilot and plane in the case of Airbus, look at the Air New Zealand crash in France, a frozen sensor brought them down! That is just crazy...absolutely crazy! I'm with lots of you reporting on this blog I try to avoid Airbus at all cost! Another documentary that I thought was interesting was the A380 incident with Quantas out of Singapore, for those of you who watched it did you notice how much effort went into the laptop interface to do the checklists and such, my goodness, can't you just get user friendly breakdown and a short list of probable causes then land the fricken plane, didn't look that way to me, in order to land the co-pilot had to go through a very lengthy process pounding away at a keyboard before they would be allowed to land by the planes computer, maybe I have it wrong but still in the older non automated aircraft if you had an engine failure and are lucky enough to be able to land the pilots would just shut down the faulty engine and beat it to the nearest airport and do their checklist enroute. Well boeing and bombardier for me please

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07 September 2015 11:09:00 Mohd Enamul Huq

How much cargo can be uplifted in an A320 flight

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04 May 2015 07:05:00 peter mutungi

I saw a clip in the U-TUBE a plane landing assisted by a pick up van as its front landing landing gear landed in that van, may I know the weight of the front part of the plane?

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30 December 2014 09:12:00 Guest

this is the aircraft model used in the ill-fated AirAsia's Flight QZ8501 bound from Indo to Singapore just so you know..

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29 July 2014 07:07:00 mehmood khan

very nice air craft

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21 March 2013 09:03:00 Junest J. Gamil

it is a good and in condition aircraft hope their are more airbus a320 will arrived soon thank you and also more information about that aircraft

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08 July 2011 06:07:00 Guest

Fly this aircraft on FS2004..love the Airbus fleet Thank you

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23 July 2010 09:07:00 Guest

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