To be cousin of Airbus CEO...umm, it sound very well.
By the way...I'm a humble airport worker who seem to Know more than a A-320's pilot.Do you remember your previous topic...you said IB
's oldest A343 has a poor performance and it's worst year per year.This you say,is NOT true.
The oldest A340-300 (GGS) continue in service to airports like BOG
The Airbus A340-300 is and has been a very good aircraft for IB
is and has been very happy with them (Like SAS,LH,LA,CX,Royal Jordanian etc etc..)
I have my sources...the mechanic and engineers of maintenance at Madrid-Barajas airport.
You say too:"I WISHED IB
HAS A DUAL FLEET,BECAUSE IT
'S TOO STRONGLY TIED TO
AIRBUSAND IT IS
NOT A CLEVER FINANCIAL BET.NO OPERATOR OF
THE SIZE OF IB
HAS ON ALL
What about Delta and Continental airlines??? For your info, both airlines are ALL
In the past (just 10 years ago) IB
had MANY types of planes (DC-9/10,B-727/747/757 and Airbus A-300/320) EVEN for a short time 737-300 and 767.
's maintenance mechanics was...
with this "DUAL" fleet.IB was called "the little IATA"
To have many types of planes no help to saving maintenance costs.
And what about your "PILOTS (Aviaco) MUST FLY A SEPARATE FLEET FROM IB
WHY THE B737NG COMES INTO
PLACE" I remember said for you:"I RECOGNIZE AIRBUS PRODUCTS TO BE
(A320 vs B737, A330 vs B767)" Then...WHY ex-AO pilots MUST fly a separate fleet from IB
???? As well as AO now is History,AO NEVER was an 737 customer/operator.
Well...this happen for to mistake and to mix differents concepts (like we say in Spanish:por confundir la velocidad con el tocino...a literal translation into Eng can be "for to mistake speed with fatty pork")
And ONE MORE TIME:Which are your sources??? You seem to Know of ALL
about Iberia and you seem haven't got any source.