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Alex Macheras
Aviation Analyst. Frequent Flyer. Broadcasting News on . Gulf-Times Columnist. On Channel4
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Arthur Scaife 49m
Good morning and thank you for your early report on with
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Alex Macheras 44m
I’m live on now — discussing today’s FAA meetings with air safety regulators from around the world for Boeing’s 737MAX.
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Alex Macheras 2h
Replying to @AlexInAir
Today in the United States, the FAA will meet with 50+ air safety agencies from 33 countries — including UK, China, Indonesia, Ethiopia & EASA (Europe) to discuss the jet.
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Alex Macheras 2h
Latest: FAA confirms it hasn’t yet evaluated any Boeing ‘fix’ for jet, ahead of today’s summit with global aviation regulators.
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Alex Macheras 9h
Replying to @sgracetaylor
Wow, and it was just 48hrs ago we were discussing something so similar!
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Alex Macheras 20h
This LOPA isn’t from an aircraft manufacturer...
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Alex Macheras 20h
Yes, the A330neo is pinned up to compete against the 787-8 and 787-9. (But it’s also valid to say that the A321LR competes with current 787-8, and A350-900 competes with any 787 variant when it comes to securing orders). ✈️
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Alex Macheras 20h
Single-aisle jets (such as ) have the potential to feature luxury cabins too, such as this 1-1 config that we may see very soon...👀
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Alex Macheras 20h
Replying to @SpaethFlies @Airbus
No ❌
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Alex Macheras 20h
Latest: All flights suspended at London Airport due to “emergency runway works”
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Alex Macheras 21h
Airbus CTO: “My aim is to have step onboard a zero-emission Airbus aircraft” 🌱
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Alex Macheras 21h
The European Union’s flying A320 billboard...🇪🇺
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Alex Macheras 21h
Yes, it is. Most configurations feature a mid-cabin lavatory to free up space in rear galley area
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Alex Macheras 21h
تعد شركات الطيران ترغب في امتلاك الطائرات العملاقه عالية التكلفه وتفضل الطائرات الأصغر حجماً ذات الكفاءة العاليه كطائرة
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Alex Macheras 21h
The A321 was launched in 1988 once Airbus had secured 10 airline customers. 30 years later, the is almost ready for launch...
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Alex Macheras 21h
Replying to @AlexInAir
seats* 😉
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Alex Macheras 21h
New A321neo cabin — features new sears, tablet holders & USB ports at every seat.
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Alex Macheras 21h
“One of our 737 MAX jets is stuck in Cairo — which clearly isn’t ideal”
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Alex Macheras 22h
Airbus: “Our next aircraft will be easy to manufacture, sustainable, more automated & more connected”
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Airbus PRESS 22h
Day 2 at the Airbus Innovation Days 2019! Today we take you through the next chapter of Airbus.
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