The YF – the Y F Series – is the successor to the S F Series.
It is also called the S Series because of its similar shape to the original S Series.
The Y F – the S – is an all-metal, single-piece aircraft designed by Boeing in 1958 and launched in 1959.
The S Series was a derivative of the S-series aircraft and was a direct predecessor to the Boeing YF.
It has become one of the most popular aircraft of all time and remains a popular choice for hobbyists and airlines around the world.
The aircraft was first flown by the French Air Force in 1961 and became the first aircraft of its type to be produced in the US.
It was retired in 2011 and will be replaced by the S 210B.
This is the first plane of the new generation of the YFS aircraft.
The plane will have the same cabin layout and engine configuration as the S series but will feature an all metal structure, an aluminium fuselage, a composite composite fuselage and an aluminium superstructure.
The new YF has a new cabin layout with four cabin spaces in total.
The cabin is a composite structure and consists of two wings that fold outwards.
The fuselage of the aircraft is a steel structure.
The new YFS will feature a wider wing area than the previous model.
It will have a longer wing chord.
The longer wing section is called the vertical stabiliser and is used for stabilising the aircraft.
It consists of a horizontal stabiliser at the nose and a horizontal tailplane at the tail.
The YF aircraft is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney R-93B turbojet engine, a first in the world, with a maximum thrust of 8,800 hp (5,800 kN) and a range of around 3,000 km (2,500 miles).
The engines are also the same as the R-95 engines that power the Boeing 737 MAX and Boeing 737 XWB.
The R-94 engine is the mainstay of the R Series.
The aircraft will be powered by an R-92A engine.
It also has a thrust of 5,600 hp (4,600 kN).
The R 92A engine has a range-topping maximum thrust rating of 8.7 000 hp (6,500 kN), the same number as the Yf-S 210B, and a thrust-to-weight ratio of 2.8.
The S Series aircraft, however, has a power rating of 4,200 hp (3,400 kN.) and a maximum speed of more than 1,200 km/h (1,600 mph).
The range-homing speed of the current aircraft is 1,800 km/hr (1:300 mph).
It is powered using the Pratt & Hobbs J-2A turbofan engine, which has a maximum range of 3,400 km (1.5 miles).
The YFS has an engine configuration similar to the previous generation of aircraft but the aircraft has been designed with new technologies that have greatly improved fuel efficiency and range.
This has been achieved by changing the engine design and the use of the latest Pratt & Woars F-14 Super Hornet engines.
The engines on the Y-series YF have a single-stage turbofans, but the engines on other models are twin-stage, which means they are powered by four turbofanos.
The dual-stage engines have a combined maximum speed at lift of 1,500 km/hour (930 mph) and the maximum speed with cruise at cruise is 2,500 kilometers/h or 2,700 mph.
The total fuel consumption of the two-stage versions is 9,800 liters (1 liter) per hour (8.5 US gallons per hour).
The new aircraft will have an airframe length of more that 100 meters (328 feet) and be capable of carrying up to 70 passengers and up to 400 kilograms (880 pounds).
It will also have a maximum takeoff weight of over 500 kg (1 million pounds).
The aircraft is also capable of a top speed of 2,200 kilometers/hour or 2.7 mph (4.6 mph) with a range that is more than 6,000 kilometers (3.3 miles).
It has a takeoff weight that is over 600 kilograms (1 ton).
The main differences between the aircraft and the current model is the design of the engines, the cabin layout, the engine configuration and the fuel consumption.
The current model also has the same seating arrangement as the earlier models, but is wider and will have more passengers.
The design of aircraft is generally considered to be more advanced than that of the earlier aircraft, but its fuel consumption and range remain comparable.
The first YF was first used in 1971 and was later converted to the aircraft carrier version in 1992.