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A beautiful looking aircraft. What are the specs on this? How many people can it carry and what's the range on it??
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Airbus A220-100 Specs

Range - 5,640 Kilometers
Average Cabin Capacity - 116 (135 Max)
Length - 35 Meters
Height - 11.50 Meters
Wingspan - 35.10 Meters
Cargo Volume - 20.5
MTOW - 60.8 Tonnes
MLW - 52.4 Tonnes

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As they say in antiquity, "Ask and ye shall receive." [biggrin]


Airbus A220-100 Specs

Range - 5,640 Kilometers
Average Cabin Capacity - 116 (135 Max)
Length - 35 Meters
Height - 11.50 Meters
Wingspan - 35.10 Meters
Cargo Volume - 20.5
MTOW - 60.8 Tonnes
MLW - 52.4 Tonnes


Why thank you kind sir. [biggrin]

So this little aircraft has the range to cover Australia. I wonder if a few Aussie carriers will order it.

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Why thank you kind sir. [biggrin]

So this little aircraft has the range to cover Australia. I wonder if a few Aussie carriers will order it.


I think the A220 is the perfect B717 replacement. Might even be a good option on thinner routes covered by the larger 737s.



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I think the A220 is the perfect B717 replacement. Might even be a good option on thinner routes covered by the larger 737s.




Yeah definitely. I would use it on Sydney-Canberra and Melbourne-Hobart or Mildura routes. I really could see Virgin Australia going for these.

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Yeah definitely. I would use it on Sydney-Canberra and Melbourne-Hobart or Mildura routes. I really could see Virgin Australia going for these.



Funny you should mention them, as I was thinking along those lines. The A220 would look quite good in their livery.



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LMAO!!! I see what you did there. [biggrin][biggrin][biggrin] You crack me up, sir. 

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