passenger version when?
>>1577396>triple deckeroni airplane
>>1577417remember what they took from you
>>1577396It's an A330.
>>1577422>A330yes but it needs the beluga addon to sardine class 1500 people in it
cargo conversions when?
>>1577435Literally never. It's impossible. You reach max takeoff weight waaaaay before you max out the volume. It was never designed to be capable of being a freighter.
>>1577446lol Airbus you retards
>>1577450If they want to stop being irrelevant in the freighter market they should put more effort into A321 conversions to replace the aging 757 freighters.
>>1577450cope im up 80%
>>1577396>passenger version when?When airlines decide to murder all their passengers through hypoxia.The cargo section is unpressurised. It doesn't need to be pressurised because all it ever does is fly plane parts around. And occasionally, it flies a satellite or space station module, which... well... don't need pressurisation either,
>>1577446>You reach max takeoff weight waaaaay before you max out the volume.>>1577396
>>1578250That thing carries a fuselage, which weight a lot and has lots of empty space. If you loaded in cargo to that thing at normal freight density it probably wouldn't work.
>>1577434It's not about size it's about weight. The beluga carries empty fuselages. All you'll achieve is a taller ceiling for the same amount of passengers.
>>1577450Airlines demanded it fit within the lowest QC2 category, and Airbus had to sacrifice MTOW to meet that target. Blame the people who live near Heathrow that started the QC2 nonsense.
>>1577396Bigger more stupid version when?
>>1577446that and the middle floor is part of the structure, so you cant fit large objects like the 747 or similar aircraft.
>>1577404for ur mom
>>1577396There was a passenger version. It was called the A300-600.
>>1580854airbus themselves screwed themselves over when they made the A380. every other aircraft manufacturer abandoned the concept of a similar aircraft for a reason.
C5 passenger version when?
>>1587172Never. It would be wildy inefficient.
>>1577396I remember in the late 90's, as I was driving on the autobahn past an airport, I saw that thing through the windshield of my car just as it came in for landing. Right in front of my car, maybe 200 meters away and 30 meters up. I didn't know it existed, and it's one of the few times I literally didn't believe my own eyes. It took ten or fifteen years before I saw a picture of it somewhere and learned that I wasn't crazy. Bizarre feeling.
>>1577396How many levels?
Has enough space for hydrogen tanks.
>>1587172There was a proposed one but it never took off
>>1577396It looks like a flying dolphin
>>1590516>QC2It looks like a beluga whale you retarded faggot
>>1590584Whales and dolphins belong to the same family...
>>1590606No they don't. Only some "toothed whales", which are actually doplhins (e.g. orcas) are part of delphinidae.
>>1577396Saw one of these fuckos land when passing through Toulouse last summer They're really fuckin big, I didn't get what I was looking at at first because it was so large