narrowbody aircraft

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Synonyms for narrowbody aircraft

a commercial airliner with a single aisle

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A project to build a new hangar at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport would reach completion in Q3-2013 and will be able to house one widebody and two narrowbody aircraft simultaneously.
In a breakdown between narrowbody aircraft and widebody, Boeing has sold more units in the former market, while Airbus has outperformed Boeing in the latter.
As a result of the reduced capacity, Northwest is removing a combination of 14 B757s and Airbus narrowbody aircraft from the fleet.
Charlotte-based, UTC Aerospace Systems has announced signing of two separate deals with Spring Airlines Japan and Avianca Brazil airlines for the provision of parts of fleets of narrowbody aircraft.
pitch and full IFE systems on four narrowbody aircraft and eventually plans to operate 65 narrowbodies in Europe with the enhanced business class product.
Furthermore, Airbus has foreshadowed sales of up to 73 of its A320 family of narrowbody aircraft and 27 A330 and A340 aircraft.
Beyond the forecast period, the expected entry in service of new narrowbody aircraft from Airbus and Boeing will dynamize the forward fit segment that should witness a slowdown from 2012.
In 2012, United ordered 150 brand-new Boeing 737 narrowbody aircraft powered by fuel-efficient CFM engines.
A key advance in China is made by use of head-up displays (HUDs) with the decision by one of the country s three biggest airlines, China Eastern, to introduce the technology into its narrowbody aircraft.
5 narrowbody aircraft per month at its Renton, Washington facility, up from current monthly output of 31.
The CRJ1000 NextGen aircraft delivers the lowest fuel burn per seat of any in-production regional or narrowbody aircraft with fewer than 130 seats.
He says the hangar will be able to accommodate one widebody or two narrowbody aircraft simultaneously.
CFM engines comprise over half of all aircraft engines ordered in the last five years and power the majority of narrowbody aircraft ordered since 1984.
Spacious seating, increased shoulder space, extra-large windows, latest-generation LED lighting and upsized, overhead storage 20 to 25 per cent more volume per passenger than current state-of-the-art, narrowbody aircraft are all yet another demonstration that the CSeries jetliner is what passengers have been seeking.
Another solution for passengers' personal electronic devices aims to plug a gap for IFE demand on short haul, narrowbody aircraft flights.