767 Line Number 718 Solution

Mon May 17, 1999 8:36 am

The mystery surrounding this number has been cleared up. The order for this aircraft, a -300 for Asiana, was cancelled after construction was started and for the first time Boeing stopped building the plane rather than complete a white tail and hope for a sale. The line number will not be reused so subtract one from the highest 767 line number to get the total built

[Information from Bill Harms]

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