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777X: the gigantic plane that could change flying forever is nearly here

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Some of the world’s most prestigious airlines are on tenterhooks as the first flight of an aircraft that could change long-haul travel for decades looms ever closer.

Executives at Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Qatar Airways, among others, will have their eyes cast to the skies this spring when Boeing is expected to fly one of its new 777X planes for the first time.


The 777-9, the first of the X family to be developed, will have the biggest jet engines ever seen, attached to the longest wings of any aircraft ever made by the Seattle-based manufacturer.

The 777X has been said to be the result of the very best of the existing 777 plane, as favoured by the likes of British Airways et al, and the game-changing 787 Dreamliner, which has been praised as one of the most technologically advanced aircraft in history, garnishing plaudits from passengers on BA, Norwegian and Virgin Atlantic alike.
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Toronto, Ontario, GTA Transit General

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Toronto transit thread, light rail/streetcar edition
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/gag/ - ( General ) aviation general

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Birds don't crash Edition

Welcome to the /gag/~

/gag/ is dedicated to all the pilots and pilot applicants out there, and although the name suggests otherwise, airline, military, and charter discussion is welcome. Keep it on topic, keep the shit throwing to a minimum.

Previous thread is slowly sinking here: >>1256986
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>carbon fiber > aluminum > steel

Prove me wrong.
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Siemens-Alstom merger dead

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How do you feel about this? EU competition review basically said Siemens and Alstom not being able to win train contracts in third world countries because of CRRC (the Chinese state rail vehicle manufacturer) doesn't mean they should be allowed to merge and create de facto monopoly in Europe. Besides, the merger will not allow them to be price-competitive with CRRC since Chinese labor cost is like 1/4 that of European minimum wage - it's just an excuse to squeeze more money out of European state railways which no longer will have a choice of vendors in high-speed rail.

>inb4 Talgo and Hitachi-Ansaldo - they're too small

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Does anyone here like Baldwin/Lima-Hamilton diesels? Part 2

Old thread here (not yet 404'd at the time of this threads creation!): >>848145
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Rate peoples' trains!

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This is basically a thread where people can post pictures of a train that they usually get/one that runs regularly in their area, and others can rate their design based on their picture. I'll start:

>northern Irish railways
>CAF Class 4000
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Would this ever be possible?
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WAR ON CARS WAR ON CARS WAR ON CARS!

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/upg/ - Urban Planning General:

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Africa edition.


Old thread: >>1225282
Current thread: >>1256543
Future thread: ????????
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