The Hot Debate Between Airbus and Boeing

After the sweeping win of Airbus at Paris Air Show 2013 in the number of orders, We created this infographic to see how these two aviation companies compare now:

Airbus and Boeing Debate


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  • Yashmeen Kaur
    Posted at 09:06h, 26 July

    I have been looking for this particular information since long.
    Thank you……xx

  • Mark
    Posted at 05:37h, 21 December

    A few facts on two very specific planes is supposed to sum up what each of these companies is about? Or settle some “hot debate” as the title refers? And I honestly fail to see the real significance of a single air show against the entire fleet and market share these two companies compete over. Especially considering Boeing has the 737 line, which is the single most popular type of aircraft in history, with no other model even coming close in total quantity entered into service. And a key fact is missing regarding the A380: far fewer airports can accommodate the A380 vs. other aircraft models due to it’s size (runway limitations). What good is an enormous airplane if you can’t always land it wherever you need to?

    • Chris
      Posted at 23:13h, 24 January

      Actually, the Cessna 172 is the most popular with ~43,000 built vs ~7,900 737s.

  • matt
    Posted at 22:29h, 15 January

    i think 70,000 lbs of thrust is about 1/4 that each of those planes need to fly…;)

  • java
    Posted at 06:11h, 29 January

    Airbus is fresh meat, using fly by wire systems that make there planes largely unsafe, but easy to fly. JUNK
    i will stick with the company that has been around sense the 1900s.. thanks

  • Aircraft Engineering Staffing
    Posted at 09:16h, 01 February

    Great article thank for sharing.

  • sam
    Posted at 10:07h, 20 April

    defiently boeing. more safe and relyable. even though the 747 is way cheaper and smaller, they have more flights at a cheaper cost.

  • james
    Posted at 13:29h, 02 June

    If it ain’t a Boeing, I ain’t going!

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