emirates777
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Emirates & Sonic Cruiser

Tue Jun 26, 2001 1:12 am

UAE News Digest



25/06/01 UAE: UAE EMIRATES AIRLINES TO BE FIRST CUSTOMER OF BOEING SONIC CRUISER.


The UAE Emirates Airlines will be the first air-carrier to buy U.S. plane maker Boeing's Sonic Cruiser after its launch scheduled for 2007, Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and chief executive officer Alan Mullaly said. An Emirates Airlines delegation visited the Boeing factory in Seattle, USA, to discuss cooperation opportunities. The new cruiser will fly just under the speed of sound, which will cut flight time from Dubai to London by one hour.
http://www.alkhaleej.co.ae.

Source: Al-Khaleej (VK/AM)
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UAE NEWS DIGESTS 25/06/2001

Here we go again, first for publicity purposes!

Rgds
Emirates777
 
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RE: Emirates & Sonic Cruiser

Wed Jun 27, 2001 12:55 am

Is this the same as a launch customer? Does this make the Sonic Cruiser project any more likely to happen?

Thanks.
 
GDB
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RE: Emirates & Sonic Cruiser

Wed Jun 27, 2001 12:59 am

Good article about the SC's intake/engine layout in this week's Flight International, with a thought-provoking editorial too.
 
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GDB

Wed Jun 27, 2001 1:11 am

Any way those of us who don't get that Mag can read the article? Link?
Thanks,
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GDB
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RE: GDB

Wed Jun 27, 2001 1:21 am

www.rati.com contains the full text of Flight International and Airline Business since 1996. I had a quick look, you have to be a suscriber to access it.
Apparently Flight's text is also found at the following; Lexis-Nexis, Dialogue, FT Profile, IAC and Reuters.
 
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RE: GDB

Wed Jun 27, 2001 4:06 am

go check They might have some reports on it.