flyaa757
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New Boeing Orders?

Wed Jan 19, 2000 2:39 pm

I noticed the orders total on the Boeing website has just gone from 14585 to 88. What are these 3 orders? They havent been disclosed.
1 is probabally the Turkmenistan 757, but the others?
Also, anyone have updates on the multitudes of still unconfirmed 73Gs,738s, and 763s?

 
Flying-Tiger
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RE: New Boeing Orders?

Sun Jan 23, 2000 4:10 am

To find the answers to your questions check this adress: surf.to/orders

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flyaa757
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RE: New Boeing Orders?

Sun Jan 23, 2000 6:12 am

I am very familiar with Marc's site.
He still lists 3 B736, 36 B737, 17 B738, 1 B744, 8 B752, 10 B763ER, 2 B772 and 2 B773 as undisclosed.
Those are the aircraft I wonder about.
 
Flying-Tiger
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RE: New Boeing Orders?

Sun Jan 23, 2000 6:19 am

FlyAA757, have you read the newest version which is online? In this Marc tell what the assumed customers for these undisclosed Boeings are:

Undisclosed [15-Dec] customers have signed for 3 B736, 36 B737, 17 B738, 1 B744, 8 B752, 10
B763ER, 2 B772 and 2 B773. This sums up to 79 orders. Assumed customers are SAS (3 B736), China Airlines (5 B738), Delta (1 B738 and 1 B752), Istanbul Airlines (B738), Turkmenistan (1 B752 for Jan-01), Flightlease (4 B763ER), Continental (2 B772) and Asiana (2 B773 and 1 B744).

Other airlines are listed as disclosed on the site.

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flyaa757
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RE: New Boeing Orders?

Sun Jan 23, 2000 6:47 am

Yes, I have. There are 36 73Gs, 16 738s, 6 757s, and the 2 GE90 777s which I dont know about. I disagree about the CO, I have a good idea they're going somewhere else. While Marc's site is the most accurate list on the web, of course, its not 100%. His initial breakdowns of these orders dissapointed me a little. Until then he had been INCREDIBLY accurate.
Regards,
Paul
 
kaitak
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RE: Thanks Guys!

Sun Jan 23, 2000 7:35 am

Hi FlyAA757 and Flying Tiger, two very interesting pieces of info on a short thread - a very interesting site I must visit AND news of an aircraft I've looked forward to seeing for a long time. Asiana 777-300s will look absolutely TERRIFIC!
 
DeltaAir
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RE: Thanks Guys!

Sun Jan 23, 2000 10:46 am

There are also 2 777s on the site that have not disclosed the type of engines. 2 777s go to Continental, the other 2 (which are probabyl RR engines) to Delta, and the 777-300s to Asiana.
 
Flying-Tiger
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RE: Thanks Guys!

Mon Jan 24, 2000 2:41 am

The Delta guess is a bit difficult I think. Why only order two when an order for about 30 is expected? This topic was posted in this forum some time ago.

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