Widebody Aircraft

What is Widebody Aircraft?

Widebody Aircraft meaning Generally considered to be any airliner with more than one aisle in the passenger cabin. Examples of widebody aircraft include the Boeing 747 767, and 777, the Lockheed L-1011, the McDonnell Douglas DC-10, and Airbus Industries’ A300 and A310. Technically, any aircraft with a fuselage diameter in excess of 200 inches may be considered a widebody.


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