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The A318-100 is used on a variety of short-haul routes.


The A318 aircraft operates with 107 mixed-class seating capacity with 20 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 30 in Economy Comfort, and 57 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Air France

As a shortened-fuselage version of the Airbus A320 cornerstone single-aisle jetliner, the A319-112 continues to prove its versatility with a range of up to 3,740 nautical miles. The A319 has the same optimised cabin cross-section as the other A320 family members which is the widest single aisle fuselage on the market and sets the standards for passenger cabin adaptability in this segment. This allows for top of the range comfort with generous seat width, or an extra-wide aisle for fast turnarounds.


The A319-112 aircraft operates with 119 seating capacity, 8 seats in First/Business Class, 12 seats in Economy Comfort, and 104 seats in Economy Class, often referred to as the Main Cabin.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Delta AirlinesLAN Spirit AirlinesVirgin America

The A320 with winglets has a longer fuselage than the Airbus A319 and continues to prove its versatility enabling carriers around the world to benefit from the its range options with a range of up to 3,740 nautical miles.


The A320WL-214 CFM aircraft operates with a 150 seating capacity, 8 seats in First/Business Class, 12 seats in Economy Comfort, and 130 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Air New ZealandDelta Airlines LANSpirit Airlines Virgin AmericaVirgin Atlantic Virgin Australia

The A321-200 has a longer fuselage than the Airbus A320 and continues to prove its versatility enabling carriers around the world to benefit from the its range options with a range of up to 4,000 nautical miles.


The A321 aircraft operates with a 186 seating capacity, with 40 seats in First/Business Class, 48 seats in Economy Comfort, and 98 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France LANSpirit Airlines

The Airbus A330-200 seats 234 passengers and is primarily used on international routes.


The A332 aircraft operates with 234 seating capacity with 34 seats in First/Business Class, 32 in Economy Comfort, and 168 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Delta AirlinesHawaiian Airlines Royal Dutch AirlinesKorean Airlines EmiratesVirgin Australia

The A333 seats 293 passengers and is primarily used on international routes.


The A333 aircraft operates with 293 seating capacity with 34 seats in First/Business Class, 32 in Economy Comfort, and 227 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaDelta Airlines Royal Dutch AirlinesKorean Airlines Virgin Atlantic

The A340-300, like all members of the Airbus family of modern jetliners, features a number of key innovations, including fly-by-wire flight controls, which bring increased flight protection as well as weight and cost savings; advanced weight-saving materials such as carbon fiber; and fuel-saving aerodynamics. This commonality also brings important reductions in training and maintenance costs, providing customers with an important competitive advantage. It demonstrates outstanding environmental efficiencies, including low fuel burn and reduced engine emissions, while its reduced noise signature comfortably meets international standards.


The A343 aircraft operates with 246 seating capacity, with 34 flat bed seats in first/Business Class, 35 recliner seats in Economy Comfort, and 177 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Virgin Atlantic

The A340-600 is the largest-capacity member of the A340 Family. With an overall length of 75.36 metres, it has a seating capacity for 359 passengers in a two-class layout, or 475 in high-density seating – while keeping the Airbus standard 18-inch wide seat comfort in economy class. In the secondary market, the A340-600 is ideal for replacing competing aircraft, with 20 per cent lower fuel per trip and a more modern cabin with the latest technology. This super-stretch aircraft provides operators with unrivalled standards of space, comfort and amenities in each class of service, along with twice the underfloor cargo capacity of comparable airliners. The Airbus A340-600 also is an ultra-long-haul leader, with a range of 7,900 nautical miles.


The A340-600 aircraft operates with 316 seating capacity, 45 flat bed seats in First/Business Class, 38 recliner seats in Economy Comfort, and 233 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Virgin Atlantic

The double-deck A380-800 is the world’s largest commercial aircraft flying today and has been winning over business and leisure passengers alike since its service introduction in 2007, providing levels of comfort and reliability that have led travelers to specifically request flights on Airbus’ 21st century flagship, which is in operation with carriers around the globe.


The A380-800 aircraft operates with 517 seating capacity, 14 closed suites in First/Business Class, 76 flat-bed seats in Economy Comfort, and 427 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air FranceKorean Airlines Emirates

The Boeing 717-200 is used on a variety of short-haul routes.


The B712 operates with 106 seating capacity with 12 recliner seats in First Class, 14 in Delta Comfort+, and 80 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Delta AirlinesHawaiian Airlines

The Boeing 737-600 is used for short-haul routes.


The B736 aircraft operates with 119 seating capacity with 18 recliner seats in Economy Comfort and 101 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

WestJet

The Boeing 737-700 is used primarily for short-haul routes.


The B737 aircraft operates with 136 seating capacity with 16 First/Business Class seats and 120 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

AeromexicoAir China Alaska AirlinesDelta Airlines EL ALRoyal Dutch Airlines Virgin AustraliaWestJet

The Boeing 737-800 is used primarily for short to mid-range routes.


The B738 aircraft operates in a 162 seat capacity three-class configuration with 18 recliner seats in First/Business, 18 seats in Economy Comfort, and 126 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

AeromexicoAir China Alaska AirlinesDelta Airlines EL ALJapan Airlines Royal Dutch AirlinesKorean Airlines Virgin AustraliaWestJet

The Boeing 737-900 seats 174 passengers and is primarily used on short to mid-range routes.


The B739 aircraft operates with 174 seating capacity with 20 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 24 in Economy Comfort, and 130 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Alaska AirlinesDelta Airlines EL ALRoyal Dutch Airlines Korean Airlines

The B747-400/800 is instantly recognized by passengers around the world. The 747-400 is a proven performer with high reliability.

It incorporates major aerodynamic improvements over earlier 747 models, including the addition of winglets to reduce drag, new avionics, and a new flight deck. The 747 fits still fits into the modern infrastructure, serving more than 210 airports around the world; is the best freighter and fasteest commercial jetliner in the world.


The B747-400/800 aircraft operates with 367 seating capacity, 44 flat bed seats in First/Business Class, 62 standard seats in Economy Comfort, and 261 standard seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Delta AirlinesEL AL Royal Dutch AirlinesKorean Airlines Virgin Atlantic

The B747-400F is a proven cargo workhorse with high reliability.

It incorporates major aerodynamic improvements over earlier 747 models, including the addition of winglets to reduce drag, new avionics, and a new flight deck.


The B747-400F aircraft carries 238,000lbs of cargo in the main deck, as well as, the forward, aft, and bulk cargo areas.


Flown by:

United Parcel Service

The B747-400BCFF is a proven cargo workhorse with high reliability. The BCF version is a B747-400 passenger jet that has been converted into a cargo carrier.

It incorporates major aerodynamic improvements over earlier 747 models, including the addition of winglets to reduce drag, new avionics, and a new flight deck.


The B747-400F aircraft carries 235,000lbs of cargo in the main deck, as well as, the forward, aft, and bulk cargo areas.


Flown by:

United Parcel Service

The Boeing 757-200s are flown on long-haul and international routes.


The B752 aircraft operates with 184 seating capacity with 20 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 44 in Economy Comfort, and 120 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Delta Airlines

The Boeing 767-300s are flown on long-haul and international routes.


The B763 aircraft operates with 226 seating capacity with 20 seats in First/Business Class, 26 in Economy Comfort, and 180 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Air New ZealandDelta Airlines EL ALHawaiian Airlines Japan AirlinesLAN

The 777-200ER is primarily used on international routes.


The B772 aircraft operates with 291 seating capacity with 37 seats in First/Business Class, 36 in Economy Comfort, and 218 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

AeromexicoAir China Air FranceAir New Zealand Delta AirlinesEL AL Japan AirlinesRoyal Dutch Airlines Korean AirlinesEmirates

The Boeing 777-200LR is primarily used on international routes.


The B77L aircraft operates with 291 seating capacity with 37 seats in First/Business Class, 36 in Economy Comfort, and 218 seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Delta AirlinesKorean Airlines Emirates

The B777-300ER was the initial market model of the 777. The 777-300ER has a maximum range of 9,004 nautical miles. The B77W was the first fly-by-wire commercial aircraft produced by Boeing; however, Boeing decided to retain conventional control yokes rather than change to sidestick controllers as used in Airbus airliners. Along with traditional yoke and rudder controls, the cockpit features a simplified layout that retains similarities to previous Boeing models. The fly-by-wire system also incorporates flight envelope protection, a system that guides pilot inputs within a computer-calculated framework of operating parameters, acting to prevent stalls, overspeeds, and excessively stressful maneuvers.


The B777-300ER aircraft operates with 361 seating capacity with 33 flat-bed seats in First/Business Class, 40 seats in Economy Comfort, and 288 standard seats in Economy Class.


Flown by:

Air ChinaAir France Air New ZealandJapan Airlines Royal Dutch AirlinesKorean Airlines EmiratesVirgin Australia

The Boeing 777 Freighter (B77F) is an all-cargo version of the twinjet, and shares features with the -200LR; these include its airframe, engines, and fuel capacity. With a maximum payload of 226,000 lb (103,000 kg), cargo capacity is similar to the 243,000 lb (110,000 kg) of the 747-200F. The freighter has a range of 4,900 nmi (9,070 km) at maximum payload, although greater range is possible if less cargo weight is carried.


Flown by:

Air FranceChina Southern Ethiopian AirlinesEtihad Airways Federal ExpressLAN Cargo LAN Cargo

Best known as "The Dreamliner," the Boeing 787 is the first major commercial airplane to have a composite fuselage, composite wings, and use composites in most other airframe components. The 787 was designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the 767, which it was designed to replace.


The 788 aircraft features a two-class configuration with a total of 243 seats including 32 First/Business seats and 211 standard Economy Comfort seats.


Flown by:

AeromexicoJapan Airlines LAN

The B787-900 is best known as "The Dreamliner," and is the first major commercial airplane to have a composite fuselage, composite wings, and use composites in most other airframe components. The 787 was designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the 767, which it was designed to replace.


The B789 aircraft features a three class configuration with 31 flat bed First/Business Class seats, 35 Economy Comfort seats, and 198 standard Economy class seats.


Flown by:

Air New ZealandLAN Virgin Atlantic

A twin-engined, medium range, turboprop airliner introduced by de Havilland Canada (DHC) are now produced by Bombardier Aerospace. The DH8D features extreme short take-off and landing (STOL) performance, improved cruise performance, and lower operational costs thanks to it efficient Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 engines.


The Bombardier Q400 aircraft operates with a 78 seat capacity with all seats in Economy Class.


Flown By:

Alaska AirlinesHorizon Airlines

The Canadair CRJ-700s have a range of up to 2000 miles. This aircraft feels less cramped than many other regional jets.


The CRJ-700 aircraft operates with 65 seating capacity with 9 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 8 in Economy Comfort, and 49 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Delta Connection

The CRJ-900s have a range of up to 2000 miles and feels less cramped than many other regional jets.


The CRJ-900 aircraft operates with 76 seating capacity with 12 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 12 in Economy Comfort, and 52 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Delta Connection

The Embraer 175 is a small regional jet and is operated by Shuttle America and Compass Airlines on behalf of Delta Airlines.


The E175 aircraft operates with 76 seating capacity with 12 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 12 in Economy Comfort, and 52 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Delta ConnectionAlaska Airlines

The MD-88/90 has recently been introduced and features an extra row of First Class and the mid-aft galley has been eliminated. The right-hand side of the aircraft features duo seats which may be more desirable for travelling couples. There is no video or audio and overhead storage is unlikely to accommodate large bags. The MD-88/90 has its engines mounted at the rear of the aircraft providing for a relatively quiet cabin and inflight experience. The left-hand side of the aircraft may be more desirable for those traveling as a couple due to a configuration of 2x3.


The MD-88 aircraft operates with 149 seating capacity with 16 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 25 in Economy Comfort, and 108 seats in Standard Class.


The MD-90 aircraft operates with 160 seating capacity with 16 recliner seats in First/Business Class, 15 in Economy Comfort, and 129 seats in Standard Class.


Flown by:

Chine EasternDelta Airlines Japan AirlinesScandinavian Airlines

Aerospatiale/BAC Concorde was a turbojet-powered supersonic passenger jet that was operated until 2003. It had a maximum speed over twice the speed of sound at Mach 2.04 (1,354 mph or 2,180 km/h at cruise altitude), with seating for 92 to 128 passengers.


Flown by:

Air France

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