|Quoting Teahan (Reply 2):|
"No similar commitments for the Boeing 787 yet"
|Quoting Teahan (Reply 4):|
GECAS definitely continues to study the A380.
|Quoting Teahan (Reply 7):|
A few 'nice' orders but no surprises to blow us away.
|Quoting 777ER (Reply 9):|
Weren't Primaris going to lease their B787s?
|Quoting Monteycarlos (Reply 8):|
A) The 787 is not an ideal lease plane because it is going to be cheap and readily available meaning that many airlines will be able to buy them as opposed to leasing them? Having said that eventually there will be an airline that will wish to lease them but possibly not yet due to the time periods involved.
|Quoting Jetjack74 (Reply 13):|
NW will be the US launch customer. Eventhough they weren't the first, behing CO and Primaris, NW will be the first US carrier to recieve them.
|Quoting DAYflyer (Reply 14):|
Then why this comment from ILFC? See paragraphs 3,4,5 below:
|Quoting Dalecary (Reply 16):|
They are not interested in the A350 until 2010 at least, according to Udvar-Hazy.
|Quoting Starrion (Reply 17):|
Are the GECAS orders to cover the MOU from Air Europa?