Do you not remember that back when the 747 was being designed, every analyst that thought themselves worth two cents said that the 747 would cause terrible, unsolvable people/traffic jams at the airport, and that it couldn't possibly ever succeed (let alone fly)? They were more against it than the people on this forum are (apparently) against the A3XX. There's a reason why they don't build 727 type wings anymore. Optimized for .84 Mach (real fast) cruise, yet expandable 25% for landing on a 5,000 ft. runway, who needs it in this era of fuel efficient .8 Mach cruise and 10,000 ft. runways?
I do not think that Delta, American, US Airways, TWA, or Continental will order it. But I bet United will. Delta doesn't have enough transpacific traffic to justify anything bigger than a MD-11 or 777 (shudder...), so it's doubtful they'll want it. With their large number of 767-300ERs and 767-400ERs on order, transatlantic flights are also out of the question. Delta never was suited to really big aircraft, and it's doubtful that'll change anytime soon.
Looks great, except the block letters "Delta" are a little angular:
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