DEATH TO AIRBUS
Is that a promise?
t. seething boeingbro
Death to f1
life to gimi
>>1730292Their common livery with Aerolineas was kinoOtherwise, death to (((Airbus))) indeed
>>1730292Both Airbus and Boeing are part of the big nosed overpriced and stagnant cancer fed by taxes, cartels and printed money that took over commercial aviation.
>>1730638Take your meds schizo
I just want trijets back:(
>>1731058me too bro :(
Life to douglas
>>1730292>Kills Boeing from inside
>>1730292Sorry, but flying Airbus is being a patriot here.Cope, seethe, and dial8, Amerimutt.
>>1731058I want a quad-jet with two engines on the tail
>>1737504>"flying Airbus is being a patriot here" >Faggot french is proud of KikebusThe absolute state of France
>>1737690how about this?
>>1737730Close enough, my dick
>>1730292Used to be "if it ain't Boeing I'm not going" but after the 737-MAX thing...
>>1737400If only they didn't have to die themselves to do it
oh noes boeing bros
>>1730292more like "death if you fly on an airbus", amirite?
Can't wait for Lockheed Martin to buy up the scraps once Boeing fucks up completely due to its current form clown management. Only a matter of time until the domestic carriera in US ditches Boeing for good in favor of Airbus. The only major player I can see making an effort to fix where Boeing falls is literally Lockheed Martin, but even that is a dream scenario desu. If Boeing however by a miracle gets it shit together by draining the swamp management then I'll remain hopeful for them to bring down Airbus, but I'll most likely have a higher chance of dying than that.
>>1743002Quantas looses in this deal clearly.How do you base your airline on one plane since the birth then switch brands and expect the same performance and reliability?
>>1743002The really worrying thing about Boeing is that they haven't corrected the problems. Their new CEO was on the board overseeing all the shit decisions. They don't have enough engineers making decisions. Airbus will be the clear number 1 in a few years - even if Boeing stops fucking up, which I doubt will happen tbqh.
LIFE TO EMBRAER
>>1731058Dassault Falcons are still a thing, anon
>>1744777You know it's a timeline shift when you hear news of the L-1011 resuming production