Economy Commercial Aircraft



commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft
After a profound analysis of the commercial aviation market and cooperation with aeronautical analysis engineers from NEVO Analysis Consulting Group, Shabtai Hirshberg has redesigned a commercial aircraft. His concept shows substantial improvement, presenting advanced future technologies, optimized structure, materials and propulsion systems. This aircraft features a number of advantages: it shortens turnover time, provides comfort to passengers by bigger legroom, allows an extended range of destinations and landing fields. Furthermore, it appears very economical, using a small amount of fuel (30% less), which is highly important nowadays in view of the constantly rising fuel prices.
Via:tuvie.com
commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft

commercial aircraft, shabtai hirshberg, commercial aviation, economy cars, futuristic aircraft


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