Friday, 28 Feb 2020

Passenger Seats to the Wings of the Airplane, This is the New Airbus Model


Passenger Seats to the Wings of the Airplane, This is the New Airbus ModelPassenger Seats to the Wings of the Airplane, This is the New Airbus Model - Airbus aircraft released the latest model.

Airbus exhibits a prototype of a new commercial aircraft at the Singapore Airshow.

The appearance of this aircraft is different from commercial aircraft that are currently commonly used.

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Because this brand-new aircraft put the jet engine in the tail.

In addition, passenger seats are placed in the body up to the wing of the aircraft.

The shape of this plane is almost like a triangle, because the shape of the body and wings are almost united.

As reported by CNN Indonesia, Friday, February 14, 2020, this aircraft is called MAVERIC (Model Aircraft for Validation and Experimentation of Robust Innovative Controls).

Previously, Airbus had also issued an innovative helicopter, also called Maverick.

Changes in the shape of commercial aircraft is quite significant. Because, since it was first developed, the shape of commercial airplanes has never changed.

Always have a long tube with wings and tail attached.

This prototype aircraft has a length of 2 meters and a width of 3.2 meters. From its appearance, MAVERIC has similarities with Stealth Bomber aircraft.

This is a Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider, Xian H-20, or Tupolev PAK DA aircraft.

This type of plane is shaped almost like a triangle where the fuselage and wings blend without a clear dividing line between the two.

With this triangular structure, it can save fuel consumption by up to 20 percent.

Other advantages are its stronger structure, lighter aircraft weight, and quieter engine.

The Maverick aircraft was first launched in 2017 and first took off in June 2019.

Since then, the aircraft has continued to test flights until the end of the second quarter of 2020.

"It remains unclear when this aircraft will be used commercially," explained Jean-Brice Dumont, EVP Engineering Airbus, as written on the official website.

For the MAVERIC passenger cabin, Airbus claims to offer a large room that is different from the current commercial aircraft cabin.

Therefore, the layout of the MAVERIC cabin allows passengers to get more space in the legs and the aisle so that it will be more comfortable for passengers.

However, a similar promise was also offered by Boeing 747 and Airbus A380.

However, the reality is that the more spacious room actually makes the airlines cram more seats in the plane instead of making more room for passengers.

Another disadvantage, this aircraft is designed without windows.

So that passengers will only sit in a closed room during the flight, as written by CNet.

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In addition to Airbus, Boeing had previously made prototypes of aircraft with similar shapes. Aircraft with wings that blend with the fuselage are called the X-48.

This pilotless aircraft made by Boeing was built in collaboration with NASA. The aircraft was tested on flight tests between August 2012 and April 2013.

In addition, last year the Dutch airline KLM partnered with Delft University of Technology.

The second collaboration was carried out to develop an aircraft with wings that fused with a body called Flying-V.



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