The Airbus A321 flight and a beautiful landing on this lovely morning! Christine is the pilot in charge today and she makes a superhero-like landing on Runway 12 at Tel Aviv-Natbag Airport. You can observe the entire landing from the time the gear descends at a height of around 200 feet above the ground until it touches down on the runway, with the Airbus GPWS callouts signaling each stage of the final descent. Although the weather is clear for today’s landing, the A321 cockpit is very glary due to the low morning sunlight in Tel Aviv during the winter.
Despite her flawless performance hand-flying the Airbus to touchdown, Christine almost forgets to engage reverse thrust. The automated Airbus voice tells her to delay the thrust levers, and the Captain warns her of the error. As a true professional, she promptly admits her mistake and re-engages reverse thrust to accelerate the plane to 80 knots before decelerating steadily to a speed at which it can safely leave the runway and taxi to Nat’s suitcase.
Two brand-new Airbus A321 neo LR planes just joined our fleet. Late 2020 will see the first, while early 2021 will see the second. These quieter and more fuel-efficient long-range narrow-body Airbus aircraft will be introduced as a result of our long-term commitment. There are three different cabin configurations available: single, two-class, and business class.
The single-class configuration has 195 Sᴛᴜɴning Acro type 6 slimline seats, which are arranged six abreast. With passenger comfort in mind, extra cushioning, lumbar support, adjustable headrests, a wide recline with a 32-inch seat pitch, and an additional inch of width for the middle seats have all been ergonomically designed. They include accent stitching and are upholstered in Bʟᴀᴄᴋ leather for a sleek, contemporary look.
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