|Quoting MEA-707 (Reply 3):|
No airplane from Boeing will catch in with the 737NG though anytime soon (now 4113 built and counting).
|Quoting JAAlbert (Reply 5):|
The 767's story is remarkable. I recall a number of threads just a few years back predicting that the 767 would never quite make it to 1000 frames. Not even factoring in the military tanker program, the 767 has surpassed expectations.
|Quoting loalq (Reply 9):|
|Quoting ba286 (Reply 10):|
believe for the 767 the 200er and 300er ( forgot the 400er) versions are available. For the T7 it would be the W and L versions.
|Quoting poLOT (Reply 11):|
All versions of the 777 are still offered, but the chances of an airline deciding not to choose the -300ER, -200LR, or -200F over the -200/ER and -300 are rather slim.
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