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Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:34 am

Im just trying to get a feel for the Boeing Fleets:

please advise me of any i've missed:

Boeing 707-100/200/300/400
Boeing 717-100
Boeing 727-100/200
Boeing 737-100/200/300/400/500/600/700/800/900 BBJ/BBJII
Boeing 747-100/200/300/400/800 (did i miss the 500/600/700's)
Boeing 757-200/300/400 was there a 100?
Boeing 767-200/300/400 was there a 100?
Boeing 777-200/300 was there a 100? will there be a 400?
Boeing 787-????????????

What have I missed?
I'm talking main line Jetliners and main models,such as 100/200 not er/scb/m/adv etc.....

Thanks

 
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:37 am

Not sure about the 707-200...but the 707-300 was the big seller...also add the 707-400 (RR Conway engines). No 747-900, just the 747-8 for now. No 757-100, or 767-100, or 777-100. Think it's very unlikely (if not physically impossible) that you'll see a 777-400.
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:42 am

757-400 was never produced.
727 had a -200Adv, as well as 737-200Adv
You also forgot 747-SP and 747Combis (-300M, -400M)

BBJIII will be announced in Dubai, if I recall.

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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:42 am

Hi

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 757-200/300/400

There was no 757-400.

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 787-????????????

787-300,800 and 900

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 777-200/300

Also 777-200LR


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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:44 am

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 777-200/300 was there a 100? will there be a 400?

The -100 was an idea that Boeing floated around for a shrink. It could have made a more effective competitor to the A332 than the 764 was but DL and CO wanted the 764 and no other airline was interested in a Boeing aircraft of that spec.

The -400 would probably be too big to fit inside the stands but the idea was considered. With the launch of the 748, that market is now covered.

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 747-100/200/300/400/800 (did i miss the 500/600/700's)

The -500/600/700 were all conceptual idea for a new 747 that no-one was interested in. They were probably a little too bold. The -8 is so called because of the connection to the 787 technology and because suddenly aircraft manufacturer's have taken to numerology.

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 787-????????????

There's the -8, the -9, which is a bit bigger, and the -3, which is a short haul version of the -8 for replacing the A306.
 
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:45 am

The two big omissions I see are the Boeing 720 and the 747SP.
 
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:50 am

The 717 is available in an HGW version.

The 787 is classified as 787-3, 787-8, and 787-9. There is talk of a 787-9HGW and a 787-10.

The 747-500/600 were proposed in 1996, but received insufficient interest to launch. The 747-X (also known as the 747-700) was offered in 2000, but again, received insufficient interest to launch.

There is also the 747-400ER and the 747-SR (high-density version for intra-Japan routes).

The 777 is available in 777-200, 777-200ER, 777-200LR, 777-300, and 777-300ER.

The 767 is available in 767-200, 767-200ER, 767-300F, 767-300ER, and 767-400ER.

As noted, the 767-100 and 777-100 were designed to be shorter-range versions, but never were produced as the economics never worked out.

And the BBJIII (based on the 737-900) is being launched this weekend at Dubai.
 
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 3:55 am

The 787-1 (or) 787-1000 may come to fruition if Emirates gets their way.
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 4:23 am

Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 717-100

It's only made as the 717-200.
 
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 4:33 am

Quoting Sideflare75 (Reply 8):
Quoting BBJII (Thread starter):
Boeing 717-100

It's only made as the 717-200.

Wasn't the original 717 initially dubbed the 717-100 but then later became known as the KC-135 just before its release?
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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 4:44 am

Just to reinforce the point: the 787 and 747 don't come in -300 (787 only  Wink), -800 and -900 versions. For now at least, they are the -3, -8 and -9.

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RE: Boeing Models

Sat Nov 19, 2005 7:11 am

Boeing 707-120/120B/138/220/320/320B/320C/420
Boeing 720-/B
Boeing 717-200
Boeing 727-100/100QC/100F/200/200F/200Adv/200AdvF
Boeing 737-100/200/200QC/200C/200/200Adv/300/400/500/600/700/800/900/900ER BBJ/BBJII
Boeing 747-100/100B/SR/200/200B/200C/200M/200F/SP/300/300M/300SR/400/400D/400M/400F/400SF/400ER/400ERF/8/8F
Boeing 757-200/200PF/200SF/300
Boeing 767-200/200ER/200SF/300/300ER/300F/400
Boeing 777-200/200ER/200LR/200F/300/300ER
Boeing 787-3/8/9