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Old December 1st, 2010, 04:35 PM   #101
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tháng 11 rồi mà chưa thấy viêtnam airline mua máy bay airbus 380 900 vậy ta c̣n đợi bao nhiêu lâu nữa vậy mấy bạn . nếu việt nam mua máy bay từ hà nội sài g̣n một chuyến chắc là đông khỏi cần boeing 777 cũng được bay tuyến hà nội sài g̣n và đi sang châu âu hoặc châu mỹ th́ hay biết mấy phải không vậy ?
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Old December 1st, 2010, 09:06 PM   #102
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380-900 c̣n chưa ra lấy đâu mà đặt mua trời!!
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Old December 14th, 2010, 03:43 AM   #103
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Ḿnh cũng có nghe nói đến kế hoạch của VNA là sẽ mua máy bay A380 để bổ sung vào đội bay, nhưng kế hoạch sẽ chỉ được thực hiện khi sân bay ở Long Thành bắt đầu đưa vào hoạt động. Khi đó mới có đủ kĩ thuật và điều kiện cho việc khai thác A380. Nói chung là c̣n hơi xa vời.
C̣n về nhân viên VNA th́ nói thật là...quá chảnh. Nhân viên tiếp xúc với hành khách mà mặt cứ kênh kênh lên. Có cảm giác như rất thiếu thiện cảm. Nhân viên VNA thường theo ḿnh biết th́ mức lương là tương đối cao. Nhưng lương đó cũng bắt nguồn từ khách hàng. Vậy th́ lư do ǵ mà kêu căng? Mong VNA sẽ sớm khắc phục được t́nh trạng này. Đặc biệt là vấn đề chăm sóc hành khách khi delay giờ bay.
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Old March 30th, 2011, 08:32 PM   #104
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ḿnh đọc nói họ sẽ làm Airbus 380-900 đấy chẳng biết có đúng không nữa. đây là bản tiếng anh


If you think today's A380 is massive, wait until the next generation of the superjumbo. Airbus is working on an even larger version of the double-decker plane known as the A380-900 (compared to today's A380-800 series).

The -900 will carry 650 passengers in a standard multi-class configuration and 900 passengers if filled with with economy-only seating – although a 1,000 seat version is also on the drawing board, with Lufthansa and Air France-KLM already lining up for this model.

The aircraft is essentially a stretched version of the A380-800, measuring 79.4m from tip to tail -- 6.4m (the length of a shipping container) more than today's superjumbo.
<div class="photo-text text">Artist Clem Tillier's impression of what the A380-900 might look like compared to the current A380-800.</div> Magnify Artist Clem Tillier's impression of what the A380-900 might look like compared to the current A380-800.

According to Louis Gallois, chief executive of EADS, expanding the already huge A380-800 to even larger variants was the plan from the start.

One indication of this is the A380's enormous 79.8m wingspan -- some 11m longer than Boeing's latest jumbo, the 747-8 Intercontinental – with the oversized wing believed to be designed to allow for the new ultra-big models now on the drawing boards.

The '900' variant was confirmed by Airbus chief John Leahy in 2007, though with no firm availability date, and there are persistent whispers of an even longer and higher-capacity A380-1000.

These supersized aircraft are central to Airbus' belief that the global travel market will settle on using 38 cities as "mega-hubs" for long-haul travel – each of which will cater to more than 10,000 passengers per day – with other destinations being reached by transfers.

Chris Emerson, Airbus' Senior Vice President for Strategy and Forecast, said the industry needed to provide more seats on larger planes to serve those mega-hubs.

The Airbus A380-800 was initially though to be too big for airports to cope with, and pundits predicted boarding and disembarking would take much longer than current 747s. However, an intensive program of airport upgrades and new terminals allowing for multi-corridor boarding proved the pundits wrong.
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Old March 30th, 2011, 08:33 PM   #105
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ḿnh đọc nói họ sẽ làm Airbus 380-900 đấy chẳng biết có đúng không nữa. đây là bản tiếng anh


If you think today's A380 is massive, wait until the next generation of the superjumbo. Airbus is working on an even larger version of the double-decker plane known as the A380-900 (compared to today's A380-800 series).

The -900 will carry 650 passengers in a standard multi-class configuration and 900 passengers if filled with with economy-only seating – although a 1,000 seat version is also on the drawing board, with Lufthansa and Air France-KLM already lining up for this model.

The aircraft is essentially a stretched version of the A380-800, measuring 79.4m from tip to tail -- 6.4m (the length of a shipping container) more than today's superjumbo.
<div class="photo-text text">Artist Clem Tillier's impression of what the A380-900 might look like compared to the current A380-800.</div> Magnify Artist Clem Tillier's impression of what the A380-900 might look like compared to the current A380-800.

According to Louis Gallois, chief executive of EADS, expanding the already huge A380-800 to even larger variants was the plan from the start.

One indication of this is the A380's enormous 79.8m wingspan -- some 11m longer than Boeing's latest jumbo, the 747-8 Intercontinental – with the oversized wing believed to be designed to allow for the new ultra-big models now on the drawing boards.

The '900' variant was confirmed by Airbus chief John Leahy in 2007, though with no firm availability date, and there are persistent whispers of an even longer and higher-capacity A380-1000.

These supersized aircraft are central to Airbus' belief that the global travel market will settle on using 38 cities as "mega-hubs" for long-haul travel – each of which will cater to more than 10,000 passengers per day – with other destinations being reached by transfers.

Chris Emerson, Airbus' Senior Vice President for Strategy and Forecast, said the industry needed to provide more seats on larger planes to serve those mega-hubs.

The Airbus A380-800 was initially though to be too big for airports to cope with, and pundits predicted boarding and disembarking would take much longer than current 747s. However, an intensive program of airport upgrades and new terminals allowing for multi-corridor boarding proved the pundits wrong.
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Old March 30th, 2011, 08:49 PM   #106
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h́nh em nó đây airbus a 380 -900

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Old March 31st, 2011, 01:19 AM   #107
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Thông tin này giờ tôi mới nghe này
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Old March 31st, 2011, 01:29 AM   #108
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Up to now, Vn airlines has not ordered Airbus A380 aircraft
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Old April 9th, 2011, 06:44 AM   #109
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tôi củng không hài ḷng
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Old April 10th, 2011, 04:29 AM   #110
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Lúc mà việtnam Airline mua 4 máy bay Airbus A 380 th́ phải có hanga Để sửa chữa ǵ máy bay đúng không vậy. lúc đó việt nam phai xây dựng ? minh hỏi 2 bạn thấy thế nào ban Ham vui,va bạn chovang1và bạn white bear. minh nghĩ Việtnam Airline sẽ mua 4 máy bay AIRBUS A 380 Nhưng không biêt năm nào thôi. Tương lai ḿnh đi Sài g̣n Hà nội bằng AIRBUS A 380 Thi được ngồi thừ bay ra Hà nội th́ hay biết mấy.
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Old April 14th, 2011, 12:52 PM   #111
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Mua A380 làm ǵ, lỗ chổng gọng ra, đắt tiền, đắt cả vé.
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Old April 14th, 2011, 06:41 PM   #112
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Ḿnh đă đi Air New Zealand thấy tiếp viên của họ ăn mặc đơn giảng ko cầu kỳ, bởi ở nc họ đi máy bay cũng như dân ḿnh đi tàu hay xe bus thôi, nên cũng ko bị soi nhiều như vn nhà ḿnh. C̣n đi Malaysia chẳng hơn VNA nhà ḿnh là mấy
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Old April 14th, 2011, 08:30 PM   #113
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Đi VNA thua xa Thai Airways. Giá rẻ hơn, dịch vụ tốt, nhân viên tốt, thân thiện. Mấy con Boeing 777 của VNA th́ h́nh như tháo hết màn h́nh chơi game với xem phim ra rồi, đi Thai nối mạng LAN chơi game ầm ầm, sướng. Bao giờ VN ḿnh mới có được hăng hàng không như thế chứ.
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Old April 14th, 2011, 11:08 PM   #114
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h́nh em nó đây airbus a 380 -900

Did you see an Air France Airbus A380 smacked into a commuter plane at JFK Monday night? The commuter plane sitting on the runway minding it own business and this big ass plane smacked it right in the butt, the crash lifted the smaller plane and spun it around like a freaking toy. This thing so large that few airports can accommodate it and Vietnam is not one them. It's insane for Vietnam to even think about it, let alone of ordering an A380.
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Old April 15th, 2011, 02:10 AM   #115
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VN can upgrade their airports, mainly the ones in HN and SG to service this -380. The question is, can they make money with this huge jet?
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Old April 15th, 2011, 02:16 AM   #116
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VN airlines service is sucked? Anybody knows why? Vietnam airlines, national carrier, can be said as the face of Vietnam, yet their service can be said as the a*s of ....well you know. is it difficult to provide great service, or at least give customers smiles? I don't want to think commies are retarded but it's hard.
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Old April 15th, 2011, 02:28 AM   #117
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Đi VNA thua xa Thai Airways. Giá rẻ hơn, dịch vụ tốt, nhân viên tốt, thân thiện. Mấy con Boeing 777 của VNA th́ h́nh như tháo hết màn h́nh chơi game với xem phim ra rồi, đi Thai nối mạng LAN chơi game ầm ầm, sướng. Bao giờ VN ḿnh mới có được hăng hàng không như thế chứ.
đó là do bác đi các đường bay ngắn và đường bay nội địa thôi, chứ các máy bay đường dài đi quốc tế vẫn có màn h́nh và các chế độ giải trí đầy đủ các bác ợ. H́nh như với các đường bay lớn hơn tiếng th́ phải..nhưng công nhận Ser đek bằng Air Asia hoặc Hongkong Airlines chứ nói ǵ đ̣i so bằng Thai hoặc Sing
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Old May 8th, 2011, 07:39 PM   #118
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Vietnam Airlines va acquérir huit A321 supplémentaires
Publié le 6 mai 2011 à 16h00 par Isabelle Blanco dans Actualité, Perspective - 0 commentaire

Le Premier ministre vietnamien a approuvé cette semaine le plan de financement pour l’achat de huit Airbus A321-200 par la compagnie aérienne Vietnam Airlines. Ces nouvelles acquisitions viendront s’ajouter aux 26 appareils du même modèle commandés en 2008 et 2009.

Suite à un accord du Premier ministre, Vietnam Airlines va pouvoir poursuivre l’extension et le rajeunissement de sa flotte. D’après la presse vietnamienne, la compagnie devrait soit acheter, soit louer 8 Airbus A321-200 supplémentaires.

En effet, elle a déjà passé commande en 2008 et 2009 pour 26 A321 qui seront livrés à partir de 2015. Elle a par ailleurs passé commande pour douze A350 dont la livraison est prévue entre 2014 et 2020, ainsi que de 16 Boeing B787 Dreamliner (dont 8 en option) et 4 Airbus A380.

D’une flotte actuelle de 70 avions (des Boeing B777, des Airbus A330, A321 et A320, ainsi que des ATR 72-500s et des Fokker), Vietnam Airlines compte ainsi passer à 115 appareils en 2015 et 165 en 2020.

Par ailleurs, la compagnie, membre de l’alliance Skyteam aux côtés d’Air France, Alitalia ou encore China Southern Airlines, devrait lancer cet automne un nouveau service directe entre le Vietnam (au départ d’Ho Chi Minh Ville et Hanoï) et Londres.
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Old May 10th, 2011, 07:12 AM   #119
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Old May 26th, 2011, 12:04 AM   #120
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Super cattle-class: A380 jets to fit 1000 people

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/s...#ixzz1NP4ZMmVJ

IT'S the cattle-class of epic proportions: planes that can hold as many as 1000 passengers may soon be a reality.

While most airlines are currently using versions of the jet that can carry between 400 and 540 passengers, the capacity of the next-generation A380 planes will reportedly be much higher.

In fact, the current planes will seem spacious when compared to future jets.

Air Austral has ordered a pair of A380s packed with 840 economy seats that are set to take to the skies in 2014.

Meanwhile the A380-900 currently being developed by Airbus will carry up to 900 passengers in an economy-only configuration, and 650 people in a standard multi-class layout.

However Lufthansa and Air France are reportedly keen to squeeze even more passengers on board. The airlines are eyeing a larger version called the A380-1000 that is capable of carrying as many as 1000 travellers.

Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson has previously told of his preference for the 900-seat version of the A380, saying he’ll wait for the stretched version to be developed.

“Ideally, we'd like Airbus to stretch them because for the A380 to be really competitive it needs to be even bigger than it currently is,'' Branson said.

“We'd be willing to wait a bit longer for the A380 stretch version.''

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