Why the NEO? #VA4neo

Listen up, aviators! We’ve got a decision to make, and it’s time to get serious. We’re talking about choosing the next big addition to our virtual skies: the Airbus A320 NEO or the Boeing 737 MAX. And let me tell you why there’s only one choice that makes sense: the A320 NEO.

First off, let’s talk efficiency. The A320 NEO is not just another aircraft; it’s a game-changer when it comes to saving fuel and reducing costs. We’re not here to mess around with outdated technology. We’re here to fly smarter, fly greener, and fly better. So, if you’re serious about pushing the boundaries of virtual aviation, the A320 NEO is the only way to go.

And don’t even get me started on the cockpit. We’re talking about state-of-the-art avionics that put the competition to shame. You want precision? You want control? You want to feel like you’re sitting in the captain’s seat of a real aircraft? Then you want the A320 NEO. None of that outdated nonsense from the last decade – we’re talking about cutting-edge technology that’ll blow your mind every time you take to the virtual skies.

But here’s the real kicker: global dominance. The A320 NEO isn’t just some obscure aircraft that a few airlines are experimenting with. No, this bird is ruling the skies worldwide. From the bustling airports of Europe to the sprawling metropolises of Asia, the A320 NEO is everywhere you look. So why settle for second best? Why settle for an aircraft that’s been grounded more times than it’s been in the air? We’re better than that, and we deserve better than that.

So here’s the deal, folks: it’s time to join forces and make our voices heard. We’re not just voting for an aircraft; we’re voting for the future of virtual aviation. We’re voting for progress, for innovation, for excellence. We’re voting for the Airbus A320 NEO, and we’re not taking no for an answer.

So buckle up, strap in, and get ready to make history. Together, we’ll show the world why the A320 NEO is the only choice worth making. Let’s do this, Infinite Flight Community. Let’s fly like never before.

#VA4neo

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#Maxalltheway

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And it doesn’t fall out of the sky either

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Correct ;)

All the boeing haters are gonna hate. But the max will always be better ;)

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I applaud you for your brilliant reasoning

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Subjective but ok

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I don’t hate Boeing at all, I just think (know) that Airbus are better :)

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Thank you Dimitri!

Boeing is just better. Has way more history

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Don’t you think the market trends show just how much Airbus are the future of aviation?

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History as in prioritizing profit over customer safety? We know

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Airbus is a more modern design, with more livery options for the A320neo than 737 Max.

The A320-series is also long overdue for a refresh, with it’s ceo model not having a refresh since 2016, compared to the 737 which was recently refreshed in 2020.

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Nope, just better history, even embraer is older than you guys 💀

It’s a fun thread, let’s not tie in real-life tragedies in, considering they won’t be happening Infinite Flight.

Outdated technology with Boeing, Airbus are revolutionary.

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How are they revolutionary?

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Airbus has established itself as a pioneer in aviation technology, surpassing Boeing in several key areas. Notably, Airbus has embraced composite materials and fly-by-wire technology, revolutionizing aircraft design for enhanced fuel efficiency and reduced environmental impact. Their A320neo series, for instance, integrates cutting-edge engines and aerodynamic improvements, setting new standards for fuel economy and emissions reduction. Additionally, Airbus prioritizes passenger comfort and safety through innovations like the A350 XWB’s spacious cabin and advanced cockpit systems. Furthermore, Airbus demonstrates a commitment to sustainability with initiatives such as their hydrogen-powered aircraft development, showcasing a forward-thinking approach to aviation’s future challenges.

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The urge to put this through an AI checker is strong.

Still some valid points though, and age of a corporate shouldn’t be a factor in which aircraft you want.

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Could not agree more Starz.