While watching this YouTube video, I saw a stock image of a cockpit (at 28:55; unrelated to the rest of the video), which I didn't recognise:

Unknown Cockpit

The general design and some panels look very Airbus like, but it doesn't agree with any Airbus model I'm familiar with. In particular, the screen layout is quite different.

A Google reverse image search brought me to this Shutterstock image, which shows a wider angle (and also the typical Airbus fire handles), but the description doesn't help:

Flight Deck of modern aircraft. Pilots at work. Clouds view from the plane cockpit.

Which aircraft is shown in the image?

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    $\begingroup$ Yes, youtube creators make extensive use of stock images. You found the exact image. $\endgroup$ Commented May 10, 2022 at 1:51

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I am fairly certain what you're looking at is the cockpit of an SSJ100, it has a similar sidestick layout to Airbus, but it was the window opening mechanism that is quite distinctive.

The layout of controls and screens also very closely matches your original picture, as well as the blank spaces where a clipboard exists in the wikimedia picture, and what looks like a tablet computer exists in yours.


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