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|Quoting FLY2LIM (reply 18):|
The thread presumes that there was some attempt/effort/organized movement to ensure that Airbus wide bodies don't fly into Boeing's backyard. Unfortunately, the starter of the thread does not specify any of that. Calling someone an a##hole or a jackass for questioning the point of a thread that has no stated point is not wrong. I too was wondering what the point of the thread was.
|Quoting Mariner (reply 21):|
It may not be the most intellectually stimulating thread in the history of a.net, but it is completely valid, and somewhat more interesting - to me - than "why did airline A change their livery."
|Quoting Crownvic (reply 22):|
Although the 330-200 maybe technologically superior, the aircraft lacks lateral space. If your seated in the front cabin along the window, I found myself repeated bumping my head on the side wall due to the premature fuselage curvature.
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