|Quoting Manni (Reply 2):|
For starters, the 767F is still on offer, while Airbus announced 'last call' for orders for the A300F in the spring of 2006.
|Quoting N328KF (Reply 3):|
UPS had A300Fs on order, and by my read, these 767Fs could directly fill that role.
|Quoting N328KF (Reply 1):|
How comparable are 767-300Fs and A300-600Fs?
PARIS (Dow Jones)--Franco-German aerospace group Airbus Tuesday said it garnered a total 90 orders for its aircraft in January, and that it delivered 34 planes.
|Quoting Atnight (Reply 8):|
Why does the A330F image show a lump on the front (by the front landing gear)? Is it because they'll have to strengthen it? Just curious..
|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 12):|
How can you tell what was actually ordered and booked on this page in only January 2007?
|Quoting Stitch (Reply 11):|
The A330-200 has a slight "nose-down" attitude which is not conducive to loading cargo ( though it does make unloading it a bit easier. ).
Therefore, the A330-200F will have a slightly longer nose-gear strut. This means the wheels won't fit in the current bay, so they had to add a forward structure to contain it.
|Quoting Slz396 (Reply 20):|
Was this announced today, or did you forget about it before?
|Quoting Manni (Reply 5):|
They could do even more then the A300F. They could carry about 5 tonnes of freight more and about 400NM further then the A300F. I dont know wether they are more fuel efficient.
|Quoting LHStarAlliance (Reply 29):|
Is there a reason for this difference between A and B? Why has B so few orders and A so many?
|Quoting Stitch (Reply 30):|
|Quoting Stitch (Reply 30):|
But we're only six weeks into 2007. No reason for Boeing to worry just as Airbus didn't have to worry about Boeing's strong launch in the start of 2006. Smile
|Quoting Hamlet69 (Reply 28):|
No sir. Read the press release again. . . these are 2006 orders.
|Quoting WINGS (Reply 32):|
You may indeed be correct, although the facts don't add up.
|Quoting EI321 (Reply 40):|
More orders coming from CIT:
CIT Group Orders 5 Airbus A330Fs & 10 A320s (by Leelaw Feb 15 2007 in Civil Aviation)
|Quoting Keesje (Reply 42):|
Air One has ordered ten new Airbus A320's, exercising ten of the sixty options and purchase rights it had reserved last year when the first thirty A320's were ordered. In total, Air One now has committed to 40 aircraft and has a further 50 options and purchase rights.
|Quoting Slz396 (Reply 38):|
Petters Group Worldwide (PGW) has signed a contract for an Airbus A318 Elite, becoming the first US customer for the type.
|Quoting WINGS (Reply 39):|
VIP (A345) x 1 (* pending)
|Quoting PADSpot (Reply 44):|
and 2xA318Elite by the German Air Force around this year. Rumors are quite specific meanwhile and last contenders of the A318Elite have been voted out recently.
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