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Mon Jan 27, 2003 12:43 pm

Will Northwest Airlines start flying the SEA-AMS route with Airbus A330 this year or will they start the A330 flight later. It will be weird see a A330 here in Seattle where the heart of Boeing is but I guess now that SAS flies the A340-300 into SEA seeing a A330 won't be a big deal.

Also could we see the A330 on the SEA-NRT route in a few years?
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Mon Jan 27, 2003 12:56 pm

You might want to read this topic:


and avoid an all new battle.  Nuts

If the question is does it have sufficient range, the answer is yes - the A333 has roughly the same range as the DC-10-30.

If the question is will it happen, the answer is nobody knows.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy


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