I'd like to see a comparison about the window sizes of various commercial aircraft, maybe to give evidence of eventual progress in it over the generations.
For example, I surely know that the B-787 has the biggest ones but it seems strange to me that A350XWB has smaller ones in comparison, considering that it, too, is made with composite materials. Why this difference?
In addition, Boeing increase their window sizes between different iterations of the same model (for example, the first 747s had smaller windows than the later generations, and 777X has larger windows than the original 777), but Airbus seems to not have this approach (neo versions are equal to ceo ones).
Finally, I heard about Boeing Skyview, a very big single windows in Business variants but... is already delivered as solution? Any similar solution from Airbus?
P.s: I found only a link with similar topic but is more general and not specific to a comparison chart between models and/or difference B787 and A350 construction design related to window size