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haha
small funny plane
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You know what? I'm gonna say it. I don't particularly care about single deck widebodies. Both double deck widebodies and single deck narrowbodies are more interesting.
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>>1802068
I wish we had smaller widebodies instead of the sardine tins we get packed into today.
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haha
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>>1802064
Say whatever flippin thing you want. However. this is the future of air travel.
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>>1806466
Only a definitive future solution if you assume people want to be cramped in one of those for long-hour flights, and also carry the risk of overloading the aircraft because there aren't any other bigger craft to fit bigger loads.
If they had the hardware for landing on gravel and ice runways in remote locations, that would be a different story
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What about the chode plane?
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>>1806466
>every domestic flight is either some sort of 737 or a320 variant
>people are starting to fly a321s transoceanic
And people call me crazy for getting excited about catching a leg on a CRJ. T-tails unironically offer the most diverse aircraft options right now.
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>>1802068
A daring and unique perspective.
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>>1807322
Wake up anon, it's not 2010 anymore
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>>1807524
take me back
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>>1807524
Wake me up (inside)
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>>1802064
It's kinda comfy desu.
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>>1802064

i miss these niggas like you wouldn't believe
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>>1802064
This is even smaller!
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>>1809680
>minimum runway length for full load takeoff: 30’
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>>1809680
I think I've built something like that in KSP
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>>1802064
smoll is cute, cute!



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