- adj. alternative spelling of widebodied.
“The catalog prices of the Toulouse, France-based company's jets will now range from $65.2 million for the smallest narrow-bodied A318 to $299.7 million for the wide-bodied A350 XWB that is planned to go into service in 2013.”
“Malaysia Airlines is studying plans to buy a new fleet of wide-bodied aircraft to replace its current planes but has not yet made any decision, he said.”
“*** Aviation Airbus delivered 45 of its narrow and wide-bodied aircraft in September, making a total of 380 for the first nine months of 2010.”
“The company forecasts it will double revenues over the next decade on strong demand for engines for wide-bodied jetliners as well as power equipment and associated services.”
“Many wide-bodied planes such as the Boeing 747 and the DC-10 featured lounge areas on board, some complete with a pianist playing background music on a baby grand.”
“While Airbus took 70% of the market segment of smaller 100 to 200-seat aircraft, Boeing took three-quarters of the global market for wide-bodied jets with between 275 and 375 seats, thanks to its popular 777 jetliner and new 787-9 plane.”
“The families also filed a suit against Airbus, a division of European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co NV, which makes the A330 wide-bodied jet that went down.”
“Coach seats on U.S. domestic flights are usually either 17.2 or 18 inches wide; on longer flights, economy-class seats on wide-bodied planes tend to be slightly larger, up to 18.5 inches.”
“China Eastern said in a separate filing Monday that it also would buy 15 of European aircraft maker Airbus's wide-bodied A330 jets, a competing model to the Dreamliner.”
“Boeing's loss of China Eastern's Dreamliner order seems to be a gain for rival Airbus, a unit of European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. China Eastern also said Monday that it is buying 15 wide-bodied Airbus A330s valued at a total of $2.53 billion on the basis of list prices.”
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