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A320 Neo /engine?

A320 Neo /engine?

  1. Anonymous

    Lucky,
    As an aviation buff, have you considered taking a flight on the A320 Neo with the P&W geared turbofan engine? Since you usually fly up front it might not be as noticeable to you, but the engine is supposedly up to 80% quieter and revolutionary in its technology. While the technology will undoubtedly help increase profits for airlines, wondering if the noise reduction is noticeable on board?
    Thanks
    Matt

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=4]@Lucky[/USER]

  3. No Name

    Of course LH offering less pitch than Ryanair in Y will probably do more to drive up profit than the engines, would love a review [USER=4]@Lucky[/USER] . But if you value your knees don’t fly in the back of LH bird’s.

    [URL]http://asklucky.onemileatatime.com/threads/lufthansa-with-less-legroom-than-ryanair.5227/[/URL]

  4. Matt E

    well the engine is supposedly bringing 15% increase in fuel efficiency.
    But I didn’t see that about the legroom. Good to know

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