|Quoting Col (reply 4):|
The 773ER replaced the other 2 x 763
|Quoting NYC777 (reply 6):|
probably the rest to AirTran.
|Quoting 777ER (reply 13):|
Yip B717 production will be dead soon and the lights and machines at the production factory will be turned off for the final time.
|Quoting Airgeek12 (reply 15):|
When did Boeing say that? Can we get an affirmative date on when they will stop production, or is that just a rumor? I know AirTran will continue making their 717 orders sometime soon so I'm not sure if Boeing would do that or not. Than again; AirTran might start operating a huge fleet of 737s now so who knows.
|Quoting NYC777 (reply 1):|
The 14 717 cancellations are a big surprise even though Boeing is shuting down the line I would have thought that the great economics of the plane and the fact that Boeing will continue to support the aircraft would have precluded any cancellations.