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Forum: General Aviation April 6th 17, 12:39 PM Posted to rec.aviation.misc
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757-767-777 DNA

Engines vary widely, and I guess you'd
never see a GE90 on the 757. Mayyyybe
on a 767...
Forum: General Aviation December 25th 16, 07:19 PM Posted to rec.aviation.misc
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757-767-777 DNA

757-767-777 DNA: What's in common, what's different?


I know all three share the same cockpit(section ahead of
'41'). This is why the 757's front end looks bug-eyed,
the 767, just right, and the...
Forum: General Aviation September 24th 14, 07:15 PM Posted to rec.aviation.misc
Replies: 2
Views: 1,888
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Early Airbus A-3X series: 'Shear' effect on aft-most rows

Good forced perspective showing the after sheer: http://www.yenra.com/airbus-a300/airbus-a300.jpg
Forum: General Aviation September 24th 14, 07:12 PM Posted to rec.aviation.misc
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Early Airbus A-3X series: 'Shear' effect on aft-most rows

Early Airbus A-3X series: 'Shear' effect on aft-most rows


On the first two Airbus widebody entrants(the 300 & 310), I distinctly noticed that the rear-most 10-12 passenger windows actually shear...
Forum: General Aviation August 24th 14, 08:52 PM Posted to rec.aviation.misc
Replies: 1
Views: 1,894
Posted By [email protected]
"Mad Men" Gets on a 727

They need to cast shorter people for those in-cabin scenes, lol! Those characters look like giants inside that late-1950s cabin.
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