“Brussels Airlines” operates Airbus A320-200. Airbus A320 is the first airplane in the world on which fly-by-wire system was installed. Control of surfaces wasn’t made directly from the wheel but by reading data from the handles installed on each side of the cabin and than pulse transmission to the hydraulic drives.
“Brussels Airlines” operates Airbus A319-100. Airbus A319 is the widest airplane (3,95 meters) among narrow-body airplanes in the segment.
“Scoot Airlines” operates Airbus A320-200. In the middle of 1980’s first airplane of narrow-body family has rolled off the production line of Airbus Industries.
“Scoot Airlines” operates Airbus A319-100. Airbus A319 is narrow-bodied airplane for medium haul airlines. This airplane was constructed by aviation company Airbus S.A.S.
“Scoot Airlines” operates Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. For today Boeing Company has signed agreements with 26 airline companies all over the world for delivery of totally 409 airplanes. It is about 40% of all orders of Boeing 787 family.
“Scoot Airlines” operates Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. At the end of 1990’s became obvious that airplane Boeing 767 that was very popular from the beginning of 1980’s began to go out of date.
“Sun Country Airlines” operates Boeing 737-800. Boeing 737-800 has the following dimensions: wing span is 34.31 meters, the length is 39.47 meters, the height – 12.55 meters, the wing surface – 124.6 square meters.
“Sun Country Airlines” operates Boeing 737-700. On the airplane Boeing 737-700 was used digital avionics EFIS made by American company Honeywell.
“Porter Airlines” operates De Havilland Canada DHC-8-400. Turboprop airplanes remain the most fuel-efficient for regional airlines.
“Air Transat” operates Boeing 737-800. Boeing 737-800 is passenger airplane for airlines of short and medium range.