Well, El Al 001, I still don't see how they can succeed. I mean, Swissair, Lufthansa, Sabena, Aer Lingus, Alitalia, etc. all fly widebodies...so why would people be attracted by a DL757 (unless they are going for the miles)? I guess DL could be planning on cities that have no current service from BOS, but maybe there is a reason why the foreign airlines have not already initiated such services (i.e., not enough potential traffic). I just fear that DL will get into the same problem that Pan Am did: lots of flights to Europe, but very little revenue because of the low fare structure. When Pan Am sold its Pacific routes to United, I remember someone standing up at a stockholders' meeting and telling them they should have sold the Atlantic routes instead. I wish DL well, but I don't think such a move would be successful.