|Quoting N328KF (Reply 2):|
I'm not sure about that, but I believe that given Boeing's intention to stack airframes prior to EIS, that it will only be one or two months subsequent that you'll have more 787s in service than A380s.
|Quoting NYC777 (Reply 3):|
y the end of '08, assuming that Boeing holds to schedule, you will have more 787s flying in revenue service than A380s. If there is another A380 delay then all bets are off. It may be hard for the A380 to beat the 787 into revenue service.
|Quoting Vref5 (Reply 5):|
SQ could still put that initial A380 into revenue service to iron out the kinks and subsequently ramp up for subsequent deliveries without all the initial growing pains and learning curve?
|Quoting Solnabo (Reply 8):|
Let us see in 1 year from now if 787 will EIS on time or Boeing say it will be delayed...
|Quoting AA787823 (Thread starter):|
With all the A380 delays it is beginning to look like that if the A380 encounters any more delivery delays, that the 787 could beat it into revenue service.