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(Video) CSeries Flight Deck - First Glimpse by Swiss Air Lines Captain

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Captain Peter Koch of Swiss European Air Lines gets a look at the clean-sheet flight deck of the Bombardier CSeries narrowbody aircraft. The all-new CSeries cockpit was "designed by pilots, for pilots", as Koch says, with the latest avionics technology, and state-of-the-art communication and navigation aids that will set a new standard for the industry. (www.youtube.com) 更多...

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scorpo8972
Andrew Araujo 1
@preacher1: Where have you been? Boeing has used fly-by-wire tech since 93 with the Boeing 777. The 787 is the next to get it, and i heard the next gen 737 might be like that too. So far in the dreamliner line-up the 747-8 is the only one w/o fly-by-wire
preacher1
preacher1 1
As I was on a 757 all the time, I guess I didn't pay that much attention. I was thinking it was just partial FBE but you are correct. However it was 1995 before the plane actually came on the line, forget who with, but all the Boeing stuff is keeping the stick/yoke, even the 787. I think the AB joystick is what's getting hammered more than the actual FBW.lol
scorpo8972
Andrew Araujo 1
Hmmmm I swore it was 93 they started production and 95 they introduced the GE90's as the exclusive powerplant of the 777. Anyway yes Boeing is keeping the yoke because well it's better than those joysticks that Airbus use's(a plane is a plane don't give it a gaming controller >.< to control it). P.S. Not a fan of Airbus, 747-8 is the queen so don't get cocky A380-800 >:P
preacher1
preacher1 1
They may have started production or layout then but I believe actual delivery was 95. Can't rember the launch customer. At any rate, you won't find me touting Airbus. They may be as good as gold, BUT, I have always drove a Chevy too.lol. I think the yoke is better as most folks have grown up with it, regardless of what they have flown. Even on big iron, you don't really know if it's FBW or not, with that stick/yoke there. On the other hand, military has used joystick for a pretty good while and some Airbus drivers I know swear by it and say the stick is just in the way. I guess it's all what you are used to
scorpo8972
Andrew Araujo 1
It's funny how people say Canadian's don't make anything. Bombardier is Canadian, an CANADIAN achievement in AVIATION. The third largest aviation manufactuer after Boeing and Airbus. Finally we will be able to compete againist Boeing and Airbus :D Bombardier <3
preacher1
preacher1 0
Well, I see it's all fly by wire with a joystick. Everybody is downing AB for them now but I guess it's the coming thing. I think the 787 is fly by wire but Boeing ket the stick/yoke for familiarity since all it's planes have them.

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