|Quoting AA1818 (Reply 2):|
Do they have any 7773ERs currently?
|Quoting NA (Reply 5):|
With many competitors getting A380s and a few likely getting the 747-8I I doubt NH will be competitive with 773s alone.
|Quoting KC135TopBoom (Reply 6):|
How will only flying the B-777-300ER be a disadvantage for NH?
|Quoting Stitch (Reply 10):|
NH has moved from 744s to 773ERs on some of their "high-profile" routes like JFK-NRT and LAX-NRT.
|Quoting CIO666 (Reply 7):|
7 of the 767-300ERs are to be converted to 767-300BCF (Boeing Converted Freighters) by 2008.
The lone 747SR will be retired in March.
On order for ANA
Source: March 2006 Airways magazine.
|Quoting Alitalia744 (Reply 13):|
Can anyone explain why everyone on A.net feels that if one airline orders the A380, all others must to be competitive? I'm not understanding that logic at all...maybe it's me?
|Quoting Jacobin777 (Reply 8):|
the supposed "mine is bigger than yours, and the competition has the newest plane so we need it also" syndrome....
|Quoting Intothinair (Reply 19):|
Alright, that pretty much sums it up, I wasn't aware of this. But still, wouldn't it be a good idea to eventually replace 747-400s with 773ER, maybe 20?