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Tomskii wrote:ANA like you say might come, as rumours always rise again. What is the actual capacity difference between an A332, B767, B777 and a B787?
MR_Boeing wrote:Tomskii wrote:ANA like you say might come, as rumours always rise again. What is the actual capacity difference between an A332, B767, B777 and a B787?
To keep it easy a typicall 3-class configuration is used most of the times to compare:
1- Boeing 767-200(ER): 181 seats
2- Boeing 767-300(ER): 218 seats
3- Airbus A340-200: 240 seats
4- Boeing 787-8: 242 seats
5- Boeing 767-400ER: 245 seats
6- Airbus A330-200: 253 seats
7- Airbus A350-800: 270 seats
8- Boeing 787-9: 280 seats
9- Airbus A330-300: 295 seats
9- Airbus A340-300: 295 seats
11- Boeing 777-200(ER/LR): 301 seats
12- Airbus A340-500: 313 seats
13- Airbus A350-900: 314 seats
14- Airbus A350-1000: 350 seats
15- Boeing 777-300(ER): 365 seats
16- Airbus A340-600: 380 seats
17- Boeing 747-8i: 467 seats
18- Airbus A380-800: 525 seats
The Boeing 787-10 would be situated between the 787-9 and 772 (so the A333/A343 spot). The 777-8X (the -200ER/LR replacement) will be slightly bigger than the current -200 versions, same with the 777-9X (replacement for the -300ER).
Sai wrote:Chances are we'll see a lot of 787's at BRU in the future.
The new JAF building will consist of a so called 'Goldcare competence center' meaning they will do the maintenance of all 14 B787's of the TUI Group and they can do the maintenance of B787 of other airlines according to Bru Airport Blog (Dutch): http://www.brusselsairport.be/nl/blog_b ... 012/25630/
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