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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Have you ever wondered how it feels to fly the most modern aero planes, which are also the safest and quietest? Try it once and you will notice the difference.  Yes, we’re talking about the Airbus A350. It is one of the most sophisticated aero planes ever manufactured by Airbus, with several characteristics that distinguish it from other aircraft.

Let’s take a look at some of the most cutting-edge technologies in the Airbus A350. As we all know, Airbus is always innovating and pursuing new generations of technology in the aviation industry.  Because it was designed using the same technology and platform as the A380, the A350 has seen a surge in demand since the latter’s manufacturing ceased.

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

The Airspace Explorer is being featured on board this flight by Airbus in order to promote new cabin technologies in the A350 aircraft. This comprises, among other things, new seat designs, entertainment systems, and technology. Furthermore, the IPad connects all of the technology systems, allowing the team to simply make modifications.

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We recently had the pleasure to see the A350 at the Wings India Airshow. We were able to see firsthand the outstanding quality of this aircraft. Let’s take a closer look at this plane. The A350 Family is divided into two versions: the A350-900 and the A350-1000, which has a longer fuselage.

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

A350 Front nose gear

A350s are capable of flying on any sector, from short-haul to ultra-long-haul flights of up to 9,700nm, transporting 300-410 people in three-class configurations and up to 480 passengers in single-class configurations.

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Airbus A350 Wing

The A350’s sophisticated cabin technology ensures good air quality by replenishing the air every two to three minutes and adjusting temperature and humidity accurately. Passengers may rest easy knowing that Airbus will get them to their destination feeling refreshed and at ease.

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

This aero plane has various unique features, like :

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  • 25% reduction in fuel use and CO2 emissions**
  • Advanced materials make up more than 70% of the airframe.
  • Aerodynamics and cutting-edge technology are included.
  • The Trent XWB engines from Rolls-Royce are the most fuel-efficient big engines currently in use.
  • True long-range leader with a range of up to 9,700 nautical miles.
  • Quietest in its class, with a 50% decrease in noise footprint*.
  • Seating ranges from 300 to 410 people in three classes, all with large panoramic windows.
  • With on-board WiFi, the latest generation of in-flight entertainment is available.

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Do you know that you may alter the color of the window screen on the A350? It features a 3rd generation electronic window that is well connected to the system and can be dimmed and brightened centrally.

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Airbus A350 XWB

Its seats and tray are almost magical since they are covered with an antimicrobial coating. This sort of coating kills bacteria and is self-cleaning. Every seat on this aero plane has been connected with sensors that collect data on seat comforts so that Airbus may analyze the data and improve future aircraft designs to make them more pleasant for passengers.

 

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Business class

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Economy Seats

Another fantastic feature of this plane. The crew will be notified if passengers fail to fasten their seatbelts and maintain an upright seating position. Such passengers might be requested by the staff for further steps to be taken.

All of the instruments in the galley are connected to the aircraft’s digital network, including the oven, coffee machines, and water heater. They were able to obtain all of the maintenance information. They can determine if the instrument needs to be serviced or replaced based on the power consumption and work patterns.

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Business seat Control panel

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

Wide panoramic window

It also shows how many goods are in the galley, so cabin crew members can readily estimate and locate them.

The First Class seats provide a fantastic ambience. Video projections inside the cabin are a novel innovation that provides passengers with an even more spectacular cabin experience. This will assist them in being more calm and comfortable.

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Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

First class cabin

Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.Exclusive Airbus A350 Photo Tour : Cabin, Seats and Walk around at wings India.

This A350 demonstration has all of the amenities that its clients need. They may select from a variety of technologies and choose which ones are best for their needs.

One of the Airbus employees demonstrated some of the unusual displays that would be used in future designs. It is extremely tiny and can be stowed in airplane seats, as well as providing more room for other card holders.

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On this aircraft, we noticed another feature from the Business or First Class seats: they may order simply by pressing buttons, and the personnel would be alerted.

We would like to express our gratitude to Miss Neha Vij and the Airbus crew for providing us access to the aircraft at the Wings India Airshow. Please share your thoughts on the A350 aircraft in the comments section below.

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He is an aviation journalist and the founder of Jetline Marvel. Dawal gained a comprehensive understanding of the commercial aviation industry.  He has worked in a range of roles for more than 9 years in the aviation and aerospace industry. He has written more than 1700 articles in the aerospace industry. When he was 19 years old, he received a national award for his general innovations and holds the patent. He completed two postgraduate degrees simultaneously, one in Aerospace and the other in Management. Additionally, he authored nearly six textbooks on aviation and aerospace tailored for students in various educational institutions. jetlinem4(at)gmail.com

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Singapore Airlines emergency landing after severe turbulence

A Singapore Airlines Boeing 777 Aircraft lands at Singapore Changi Airport (Incident aircraft not pictured)

One passenger passed on, while dozens of passengers were injured when a Singapore Airlines Boeing B777-300ER aircraft experienced severe turbulence while en route to Singapore from London Heathrow Airport. The aircraft diverted to Bangkok, and landed at 3:45pm Local time on 21 May 2024 

The flight landed with 211 Passengers and 11 Crew members at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport. According to the Airport Director Kittipong Kittikachorn at a news conference, there were 7 passengers who suffered serious injuries, while a number of other passengers suffered injuries of varying seriousness.

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It was also confirmed that the passenger who passed on was a 73 year old British Man. In a statement from Singapore Airlines ‘ As of 0505 hours Singapore Time on 22 May 2024, 79 passengers and 6 crew members from SQ321 remain in Bangkok’. In another statement, it was reported that a relief flight with 143 passengers and crew members arrived in Singapore at 0505 hours Singapore time on 22 May 2024.

According to aircraft tracking site FlightRadar24, the 16 Year Old Boeing B777-300ER aircraft descended sharply from 37,000 feet to 31,000 feet in a short time. It was also further reported by FlightRadar24 that the descent was commanded by Autopilot, instead of being caused by turbulence.

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Shortly afterwards, the pilot declared an emergency by squeaking 7700 on the transponder, indicating an emergency situation onboard the aircraft. The Boeing 777 aircraft then diverted to Bangkok, instead of continuing on its planned journey to Singapore. 

In view of this incident, Singapore Airlines mentioned in a statement that they are working with the relevant authorities on the investigation into this incident.

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The National Transportation Safety Board, a US Government investigative agency for civil aviation incidents, is sending an accredited representative and 4 technical advisors to support the investigation by Singapore’s Transport Safety Investigation Bureau (TSIB). TSIB mentioned in a statement that it ‘is in touch with its Thai counterparts and will be deploying investigators to Bangkok’. 

Boeing, the manufacturer of the Boeing B777 aircraft mentioned in a statement that they are in contact with Singapore Airlines regarding the ill-fated flight, and ‘stand ready to support them’. 

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This situation is developing, more details will be added when they become available. 

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Top 5 light helicopter under 3 million

Top 5 light helicopter under 3 million

In the realm of aviation, helicopters represent a unique blend of agility, versatility, and accessibility. For many, the allure of piloting a helicopter is irresistible, whether for recreational flying, aerial photography, or even business transportation.

However, for those looking to invest in their own rotorcraft, affordability is often a crucial consideration. With a budget of under $3 million, prospective buyers are presented with a range of options, each offering its own blend of performance, features, and value.

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In this Video, we’ll explore the top five light helicopters available on the market, all priced under $3 million.

1. Robinson R44 Raven: The Robinson R44 Raven is a popular and versatile light helicopter known for its reliability. It typically accommodates four passengers and a pilot. It boasts a cruise speed of around 130 knots (150 mph) and a range of approximately 300 nautical miles. It starts at around $400,000 to $500,000. The R44 Raven is often used for various applications, including private transportation, aerial photography, and training due to its agility and affordability in the light helicopter category.

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2.MD530F: The MD530F, also from MD Helicopters, is a compact and nimble helicopter known for its agility and maneuverability. It’s often used in law enforcement and military applications. It typically falls within the price range of $2.5 million,depending on factors such as configuration, optional features, and market conditions. It is equipped with a Rolls-Royce 250-C30 engine, delivering 650 shaft horsepower. With a cruise speed of approximately 110 knots (126 mph) and a range of around 260 nautical miles, the MD530F is well-suited for tasks requiring precision flying, such as reconnaissance and patrol missions.

3. Bell 206 Jet Ranger: a renowned light utility helicopter, is esteemed for its compact design and exceptional maneuverability. Widely utilized in law enforcement, military, and civilian roles, it offers versatility across various missions. Typically priced around $1.2 million to $1.5 million, the cost may vary based on configuration, optional features, and market conditions. Powered by a Allison 250-C20j turboshaft engine, the Bell 206 Jet Ranger boasts 420 shaft horsepower, facilitating a cruise speed of approximately 112 knots (129 mph) and a range of about 374 nautical miles.

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4. Leonardo AW109 Power: renowned for its versatility and performance, is another compact and agile helicopter highly regarded in both civilian and military circles. It is often utilized in law enforcement, emergency medical services, corporate transport, and various other missions. Priced at approximately $3 million. Powered by twin Pratt & Whitney Canada PW206C engines, the AW109 Power boasts impressive capabilities with a cruise speed of approximately 154 knots (177 mph) and a range of up to 565 kilometers, making it suitable for missions requiring swift and efficient transportation over moderate distances.

Equipped with advanced avionics and spacious cabin accommodations, the AW109 Power provides a comfortable and safe flying experience for both pilots and passengers.

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5. Airbus H125: formerly known as the AS350 B3e, is a versatile and reliable helicopter renowned for its performance and adaptability. It is widely used across various industries, including law enforcement, emergency medical services, and aerial work. With a price typically ranging from $2.5 million, the cost can vary based on specific configurations, optional features.

Powered by a Turbomeca Arriel 2D engine, the H125 boasts robust performance, delivering approximately 847 shaft horsepower. Its cruise speed reaches around 133 knots (153 mph), offering swift and efficient transportation. The H125 also features a commendable range of approximately 357 nautical miles, making it suitable for extended missions or long-distance flights.

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American Airlines Letter Sparks Outrage Over Flight Attendant Salary

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An employment letter from American Airlines (AAL) has ignited a firestorm of controversy across social media platforms, shedding light on the stark reality of flight attendant salaries in the aviation industry.

Shared on Reddit and authenticated by the union representing American Airlines employees, the letter has drawn widespread attention for its revelation of starting salaries barely surpassing federal poverty levels.

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Detailing the compensation package for new flight attendants, the letter discloses an hourly rate of $30.35 per flight hour, translating to an annual salary projection of $27,315 before incentives and taxes. This figure, notably below the poverty threshold for both individual and two-person households in 2024, has sparked outrage and disbelief among readers.

What further compounds the issue is the disclosure that flight attendants typically work between 65 to 85 flight hours each month, supplemented by an additional 50 hours dedicated to aircraft preparation before takeoff and after landing—tasks for which they receive no compensation.

This revelation underscores the significant gap between the demanding workload of flight attendants and the meager financial rewards they receive in return. The letter, designed for use in dealings with landlords and other service providers as proof of income, closes with a plea for understanding: “any courtesy you can provide would be appreciated.”

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This poignant appeal highlights the financial strain faced by many flight attendants who struggle to make ends meet on their current salaries. In response to these revelations, American Airlines flight attendants are mobilizing for action.

With negotiations underway for a new contract with the airline, which includes demands for higher pay, they are urging the White House to authorize their right to strike after a 30-day cooling-off period.

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