Macc From Austria, joined Nov 2004, 1004 posts, RR: 3 Posted (8 years 3 months 1 day ago) and read 2579 times:
so, lets face it:
Boeing is near its end because they sold a handful planes less than Airbus. And with just so little over 1000 planes a year, how can they survive.
Airbus is near its end because they literally pay their customers to get rid of their miserable planes. with a little over 1000 planes sold last year, thats surely above any financial possibility of all tax payers in the EU
Other aircraft manufacturer are near their end because hell, do they still sell some planes?
A.net is near its end because when A, B, C, D, E, and whoever else might be out there are finished, what would this bunch of kids here fight about????
I exchanged political frustration with sexual boredom. better spoil a girl than the world
Oh dear!! HAve you ever taken an economics or business degree? Called stretching the barriers. It's like asking how soon can you spot the ultimate turndown in the Airline Market (Remember post september 2001, many articles were published about how flying has irrevocably changed, Biz pax would travel private only, due to the security issues and 'white time' being used at airports unnecessarily) I could have posted a new topic about Airbus to become a niche market supplier for short haul only (given the massive amount of 320's ordered) or 'Will Airbus abandon Longhaul production'. Obv. the audience here is somewhat peurile. I made clear in my topic that I was not diring which product was best. There is an argument that Airbus is more succ. financially. It'll have to stay in the seminars, it appears though, since most frontline empoyees (on here) don't like the topic.
LY4XELD From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 857 posts, RR: 15
Reply 7, posted (8 years 3 months 23 hours ago) and read 2206 times:
Quoting Oneworld1 (Reply 5): There is an argument that Airbus is more succ. financially. It'll have to stay in the seminars, it appears though, since most frontline empoyees (on here) don't like the topic.
And yet you didn't provide any support or sources to your arguments, and still fail to do so.
Why should I. I have read them, for both pro boeing and pro airbus, on here since the beginning of December. Neither are conclusive. My question is...are we seeing the end of boeing. In ten years will boeing be the same as it is now. ON the other hand will Airbus become a shorthaul player only? Please leave your flag at the door and read what I'm saying.
Well Sir/Madam, if you started this without thinking, maybe you should learn a lesson? I am very serious and have given my thread some thought. Those on here can;t read. On the actual thread, people have stated that boeing wo'nt do bankrupt. Thats really good. I never said they could/would/should.