I’ve been lucky enough to fly on many types of aircraft. When I flew on the 767, 737, 747, 777, and 757, I noticed that ALL of them had wings that loved to bounce around in turbulence. On the other hand, on the A330 and A320 series, the wings seemed to be so rigid. The only airbus aircraft I’ve been on with a flexible wing was the A340. Does anyone know why airbus chooses a rigid design? Wouldn’t that just put more stress on the fuselage?
Edit: Please refrain from arguing about whether Boeing or Airbus is better, both companies are great and have their own pros and cons.