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    Qantas - Riparte il progetto Sunrise

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    Messaggio Da FlyIce 02.02.21 18:43

    Riparte il progetto Sunrise di Qantas: i voli non stop da Sydney per Londra e New York.
    Era stato fermato all'inizio della pandemia, quando stavano per ordinare una versione speciale del A350-1000.

    Il mondo dopo sarà diverso da quello di prima e dice il CEO di Qantas: "if the economic case for the ultra-long-haul flights was very strong prior to the current operating environment, now, it is even stronger."

    https://www.aerotime.aero/27142-qantas-project-sunrise-update
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    Messaggio Da FlyIce 02.05.22 11:51

    Qantas ha appena annunciato un megaordine ad Airbus che include anche 12 A350-1000 per il Project Sunrise.
    Insieme ai 350, QF ha ordinato anche 20 A321XLR e 20 A220-300, piu' un numero enorme di opzioni.

    Tutti i dettagli dal comunicato stampa Qantas:
    Qantas ha scritto:ABOUT THE ORDER

    - Firm orders for 12 Airbus A350-1000 for Project Sunrise. Deliveries to begin in 2025 and complete by 2028.

    - Firm orders for 20 A321XLR and 20 A220-300 for Project Winton to start renewal of Qantas’ narrow body fleet as its fleet of 95 Boeing 737 and Boeing 717 aircraft retire. Deliveries of A220s to start late calendar 2023; A321XLRs deliveries to start a year later in late calendar 2024.

    - An additional 94 purchase right options spread across A320 and A220 families, with significant flexibility on delivery timing (over 10-plus years) and aircraft type.

    - Combines with the existing order of 109 A320s (plus purchase rights) for Jetstar into a single Qantas Group narrow body order of 299 aircraft (half of which are firm orders and half are purchase right options), with the flexibility to draw down on that order by choosing any variant from the A320 and A220 families.

    - Demonstration of this flexibility with confirmation today that Jetstar will convert 20 of its existing A320 family order to A321XLRs, which have the potential to fly short haul international routes, with delivery to start in the second half of calendar 2024. (The first tranche from this existing order – 18 A321LRs – are due to arrive from July 2022 onwards.)

    Questi i dettagli circa il 350-1000:
    Qantas ha scritto:- The Qantas A350-1000 will have the range for direct flights between Australia and any city in the world. Powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 turbofan engines which are 25 percent more fuel efficient than previous generation aircraft.

    - Will carry 238 passengers across four classes (First, Business, Premium Economy, Economy), with more than 40 per cent of the cabin dedicated to premium seating. Compares to more than 300 seats on competitor airlines.

    - The cabin is specially configured for improved comfort on long flights and includes a wellbeing zone in
    the centre.

    Infine i dettagli su A321XLR e A220:
    Qantas ha scritto:- Qantas’ A321XLR is five metres longer than the outgoing 737s and will be configured to seat 200 people (20 business, 180 economy) – a 15 per cent increase with no reduction in space between seats. It can fly approximately 3,000km further than the 737 (at 8,700km) and opens up a wider range of direct domestic and short haul international routes (e.g. South East Asia, Pacific islands).

    - The A220-300 is larger overall than the outgoing 717s and will be configured to seat 137 people (10 in Business, 127 in Economy) – a 25 per cent increase with no reduction in space between seats. It has almost double the range at over 6,000 kilometres, meaning it can fly between any city in Australia.

    - Both aircraft types will be powered by Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbo Fan engines (PW1100G-JM and PW1500G)

    - The noise levels of both aircraft are up to 50 per cent lower than the retiring aircraft.

    - On a per seat basis, the A220-300 burns 28 per cent less fuel per passenger than the 717. The A321XLR burns 17 per cent less fuel per passenger compared with the 737.

    Il range di tutti e tre i modelli è rivoluzionario rispetto agli aerei attuali: i 321XLR vanno intorno al doppio dei 737-800 che sostituiranno, idem per i 220 che sostituiranno i 717.

      La data/ora di oggi è 07.07.22 9:23