What is the Fate of Small Narrow-body Aircraft?

Oct 03, 2019

Single-aisle or small narrow-body commercial aircraft have played an important role in commercial aviation for many decades. These airplanes have cabins measuring 13-feet or less in width and seat up to six passengers abreast. Wide-bodied airliners like the B-747, DC-10, and L-1011 were workhorses introduced in the late 1960s with two aisles and were configured for up to 7-10 passengers in each row. The largest wide-body passenger airplane in the history, the Airbus A380, carries up to 853 passengers in a single-class configuration. Narrow-body aircraft, however, have been extremely popular in recent years as the principal option for regional transport.


Welcome To Our New Website

Oct 02, 2019

APA Services is so excited to roll out our new website to help better serve our contractors and employers. Our hope is that the new design and functionality of our new site will help contractors more easily find top paying aviation jobs, learn about all of the benefits APA offers, and stay up to date on the latest Aviation news.