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If You Sould Can Name Airliners...

Sat Nov 18, 2000 7:20 am

...How you name them? Leave numbers (747, A340) or make names (DHC Comet, DHC Twin Otter). I thing that DeHavilland was only one company, which named their airliners. Why Boeing, Airbus, Douglas never did that?

These are some names:
B717-Boeing Meteor
B737-Boeing Asteroid
B757-Boeing Planet
B767-Boeing Star
B777-Boeing Galaxy
B747-Boeing Universe

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