After working together for many years, we are very pleased to have the newest generation of four-engine aircraft join our fleet," said Christoph Franz, chairman of the Executive Board and chief executive officer of Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
What does FEA stand for?
FEA stands for Four-Engine Aircraft
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The success of Boeing's 777 has forced European planemaker Airbus to abandon production of its A340 long-haul four-engine aircraft, which failed to compete with the 777.
Which Aviator designed and flew the world''s first four-engine aircraft in 1913 and later founded a large helicopter manufacturer?
The four-engine aircraft had just taken off for Los Angeles from New York International Airport at 10L07 A.
But what the four-engine aircraft lacked in those areas, it more than made up for in efficiency and durability.
The four-engine aircraft can fly for 10 hours without refuelling and carry 25 people.
It is expected to start taking delivery of the four-engine aircraft in 2008.
Director of operations, I expect your flight crews to be fully prepared, trained, and under contract to fly four-engine aircraft before Oct.