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Russia Is Developing A New 370 Seat Widebody Plane: The Il-96-400MThe present uncertainty surrounding commercial aviation makes it a challenging time to be developing a new aircraft. (simpleflying.com) More...
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Is this some kind of throwback? Stretching a 1970s airframe, 4 engines and a 3-person crew.......the 747-400 was more advanced than that and they’re being retired on mass due to their age and inefficiency
So the increase in automation requires an additional Pilot? A and B have nothing to worry about.
This is true in healthcare. Since CPOE, a new position, Medical Scribe, has been created. It takes many more people to administer EHR...
There are many used A346's available, some with fairly low cycles.
I remember flying on a Tupolev TU-154b it had no overhead lockers but frames with netting on them like a 1950's bus I hope they have improved?
Really?.. The TU-154 was a mid-1960's design and first flew in 1968. Have you seen the interior(s) of the Antonov AN-148?, Ilyushin IL-114 and the IL-96? The Sukhoi Superjet 100? The Tupolev TU-204 and the TU-334? The YAK-42? Google it.