26 JANUARY 2015


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Article from BTNews 26 JANUARY 2015

Aircraft cabin width

BTN  made a mistake last week in reporting that the cabin width of the Airbus A350XWB was greater than the Boeing 777.  That has now been corrected on the website. (See 19 January A350 XWB – First impressions)

With the arrival of the new Airbus we thought it was a good opportunity to list the current jets available and the average interior cross section.  Last week we published the official  Airbus price list.   See in this issue Boeing prices.

The Chinese C919 is due to fly in 2015 and is the widest narrow body to date.  The Sukhoi is in service and seems to be successful and the MRJ’s first flight is not long away.

www.airbus.com   www.boeing.com/commercial    www.sukhoi.superjet100.com    www.mrj-japan.com    http://english.comac.cc/products/ca/pi   www.bombardier.com/en/aerospace/commercial-aircraft.html  http://cseries.com   www.embraer.com

The aircraft cabin widths    


Sukhoi Superjet 10ft 7in
MRJ 9ft
Comac C919 12ft 10in
Bombardier CSeries 10ft 9in
Bombardier CRJ 8ft 5in
Embraer E Series 9ft
Boeing 737 11ft 7in
Boeing 747 top deck 11ft 7in approx
Boeing 747 main deck 20ft 1in
Boeing 777 19ft 3in
Airbus A320 Series 12ft 2in
Airbus A330 17ft 4in
Airbus A350 18ft 4in
Airbus A380 top deck 19ft 
Airbus A380 main deck 21ft 5in

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