Well there are still some orders to come during 1999 although many big carriers already ordered some time ago.
- Northwest already chose the A318, as well as Air Canada which will replace the remaining DC-9s.
- SAS will order the A330-200 or the B767-400, but not the B777, it's too big for SAS.
- Air India will order B777/767 or the A330/340 program, but no A310s, the time for that aircraft is over. If they aquire some A310 they will be used ones.
I'm sure some more airlines will choose the B757-300 soon, especially some American carriers as there are many old B767-200 to replace. B777s will also find new customers.
Narrowbodies like A318/319/320/321 or B737s will be ordered as usual.
And of course we shouldn't forget the new Airbusses like the A332 or the new A340s which some new airlines will certainly order.
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