|Quoting OceansWorld (Reply 3):|
Sure, but the 767 was available well before the first 787 delivery...
|Quoting Gh123 (Reply 12):|
N1 (FAA Gulfstream) for example is still a government plane and not civillian.
|Quoting NA (Reply 16):|
Rich guys often have follies. Some are just blind for this world. To pay such money just for a little convenience is nothing but immensely immoral
|Quoting C680 (Reply 16):|
Seriously, think about it: they are paying $1.3mm to the U.S. Government - that's the same as paying an extra $1.3mm in taxes to all of their fellow citizens. That's $1.3mm that the rest of us *do not* have to pay. Fine with me.
|Quoting NwAflyer07 (Reply 1):|
A 17 billion dollar bank account
|Quoting Jawake (Reply 20):|
1. The article says a recently acquired 767, I thought they had it for awhile? Am I wrong?
|Quoting PYP757 (Reply 21):|
This is ust a case a bad reporting, once again! 17 billions is what they both would get if they were to sell all their shares in the company today.
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