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by 2175301
Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:33 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Are there any jet alternatives to the 737-200C for gravel operations?
Replies: 100
Views: 17475

Re: There's any jet alternatives for the 737-200C for gravel operations?

Yes, OLD. Most of the remaining 732s are 80s builds with only a handful of active 70s builds and anything from the 60s is long since retired. Yes, That's Old, what they need is an aircraft built at least after 2000s. So they could use that aircraft through to 2040. I'm quite confident that the 732'...

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by 2175301
Thu Jun 25, 2020 5:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing 737MAX Grounding, General Discussion Thread, Q2 2020
Replies: 607
Views: 56836

Re: Boeing 737MAX Grounding, General Discussion Thread, Q2 2020

I agree with Revelation that adding a third physical AoA sensor seems the most prudent course of action for the MAX. As I understand it, the standard is a single AoA sensor, but dual AoA sensors are an option so the MAX's system is designed to handle multiple physical AoA sensor inputs. Modifying i...

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by 2175301
Mon Jun 22, 2020 2:30 am
Forum: Travel, Polls & Preferences
Topic: More 'Active' DC-8s than A380s
Replies: 19
Views: 6104

Re: More 'Active' DC-8s than A380s

I'm betting that there are more active DC-3's / C-47's and the Turbo conversions (Basler BT-67, Conroy, etc.) than A380's as well.

I believe that the DC-3 and its variants will outlast the A380 and likely the 747 and many other larger commercial aircraft as well.

Have a great day,

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by 2175301
Thu Jun 18, 2020 5:39 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Feasibility of a 737-900ER freighter
Replies: 35
Views: 6285

Re: Feasibility of a 737-900ER freighter

The existing 737-800 freighter conversion programs are focused on the right frame to convert in the 737 larger models. There is no advantage that a 737-900 really has over the 737-800, even if there was a lot more feedstock.

Have a great day,

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by 2175301
Tue Jun 16, 2020 3:27 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing 737MAX Grounding, General Discussion Thread, Q2 2020
Replies: 607
Views: 56836

Re: Boeing 737MAX Grounding, General Discussion Thread, Q2 2020

The catch is the entire supply of such individuals in this country is already working for Boeing. Ahh, but now you run into the strength of government, since they play with monopoly money, they can easily implement a retirement age for those engineers of 50 years at Boeing then 10 years at the FAA ...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 10, 2020 5:55 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

All info still has Boeing determining over the next 9-12 months on whether or not to continue production. IF UPS buys additional 747s, then that time frame could be pushed back even further. I think several years back, Boeing purchased enough supplies from Triumph to cover production until the time...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 10, 2020 5:45 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Volga-Dnepr suing Boeing over freighters it couldnt commit to but now wants
Replies: 42
Views: 11444

Re: Volga-Dnepr suing Boeing over freighters it couldnt commit to but now wants

An "industry source" at the time said Boeing had secured sufficient parts to produce 20 747-8F (14 for UPS's 2018 order, 5 for Volga-Dnepr's LoI and 1 spare). Thanks Stitch. I too had heard that Boeing had purchased the major parts from Triumph for an extra "spare" frame as well...

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by 2175301
Tue Jun 09, 2020 3:56 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: IAI Launches 777-300ER converted freighters with GECAS
Replies: 240
Views: 42149

Re: IAI Launches 777-300ER converted freighters with GECAS

Per the above reference, conversion cost is $35MM. If used 77W’s are going for $60MM each, that puts total at $95MM. Hopefully that includes green engines....And given these frames have lots of life left, it’s competing with new with additional volumetric capacity. However. This beast has 15% more ...

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by 2175301
Mon Jun 08, 2020 5:20 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: IAI Launches 777-300ER converted freighters with GECAS
Replies: 240
Views: 42149

Re: IAI Launches 777-300ER converted freighters with GECAS

It is still making deliveries. No new orders since the last UPS order. And now Triumph has ceased building the fuselages, and Boeing has to make a decision as to whether they will do so themselves, find another vendor, or cease. Without some serious orders they will have no choice but to cease. So ...

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by 2175301
Mon Jun 08, 2020 4:44 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Delta plans to emerge a "smaller" carrier
Replies: 1526
Views: 262804

Re: Delta plans to emerge a "smaller" carrier

A reality is that Delta, and everyone else, has made a Wild Ass Guess (WAG) on where traffic will be in 1 year from now, and then 2 years from now. They will do well if they are reasonably close to that guess. They will do badly if they are significantly off of those guesses. They, and everyone else...

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by 2175301
Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Aerion moves forward with supersonic AS2 for 2024, unveils new final design
Replies: 113
Views: 16748

Re: Aerion moves forward with supersonic AS2 for 2024, unveils new final design

I'm staring at the photo of the cutaway of the engine. Is the fan 1) a compressor disk on the low pressure shaft 2) a stator 2) another compressor disk spinning the same way on the same shaft -Or- 1) a compressor disk on the low pressure shaft 2) a second compressor disk on the high pressure shaft ...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:49 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Is this the pilot-less airliner thread? I thought it was a 757+/ 767x thread. A legitimate part of the discussion is a new cockpit to reduce pilot workload and other features. That because the evidence is that what stopped the NMA project from moving forward was 1st that Boeing would have to come u...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 03, 2020 3:29 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

As another follow-up on Drone Technology: I am unaware of any published statistics by any military. However, my contacts tell me that the crash rate of drones is "acceptable" to the military; but, would not be acceptable for any kind of passenger or piloted aircraft. So, the system is not ...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 03, 2020 3:01 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Even for short flights; this will require an ability for remote control of the aircraft in certain situations; an ability that currently does not exist outside of military drones. You are exposing a problem that does not exist IMHO There is nothing which is in the military domain preventing going t...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 03, 2020 2:41 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

What many do accept is that we may get a cockpit that would allow single pilot operation in the relatively near future (say within a decade of its introduction). It is no more acceptable. A single pilot is even less relevant. Imagine the dangers. Pilot suicide, pilot discomfort, pilot food poisonin...

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by 2175301
Wed Jun 03, 2020 11:57 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Okay So, for all the rumours of a pilotless airplane, how many would get on it? At what price/room point do you get on it? If you got the choice. Unless its like drastically cheaper, or they give me 35" of seat pitch i'm not interested I believe there is only 1 person on this tread claiming th...

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by 2175301
Tue Jun 02, 2020 7:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

I admit I don't know what kind of tooling is specific to major structures like fuselage and wing panels, but I didn't see anything that looked like it was large enough for that. Of course, that could mean that kind of specialty equipment is too expensive and unique for a "general auction"...

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by 2175301
Mon Jun 01, 2020 6:31 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: UPS / FDX / Atlas scheduled vs charter % ?
Replies: 26
Views: 2446

Re: UPS / FDX / Atlas scheduled vs charter % ?

FedEx has a history of doing charters. A company I am currently doing gig work for chartered a FedEx aircraft to get supplies and equipment to a foreign heat exchange repair job in another country (with FedEx handling all the customs and paperwork). They loaded the aircraft in Milwaukee. The company...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 7:05 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

IMO, it is just as likely that Boeing will just cede the market to Airbus for the next decade until the 787 secondhand market matures to a point that will justify conversions of that type. None of the current new-build freighters from Airbus or Boeing appear to meet the 2028 ICAO standards, so they...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 7:00 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

As an alternative: I think that Boeing might be $ and market share ahead by coming up with a 777X-F version with a rear drop ramp (not a swing tail). The reasons for that is my understanding of the oversized cargo market is that it's more often long items and not big bulky items. A 777X-F with a dr...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 6:54 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

As an alternative: I think that Boeing might be $ and market share ahead by coming up with a 777X-F version with a rear drop ramp (not a swing tail). The reasons for that is my understanding of the oversized cargo market is that it's more often long items and not big bulky items. A 777X-F with a dr...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 2:39 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

As an alternative: I think that Boeing might be $ and market share ahead by coming up with a 777X-F version with a rear drop ramp (not a swing tail). The reasons for that is my understanding of the oversized cargo market is that it's more often long items and not big bulky items. A 777X-F with a dro...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 2:31 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

The Flightglobal article indicates the the current 767F and current 777F engines will not meet the ICAO 2028 CO2 regulations. That implies that the current 748F does; which makes sense as it uses a fairly new generation engine (a derivative of the 787 engine). Admittedly, that adds a factor to Boein...

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by 2175301
Sun May 31, 2020 2:15 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

The following Flightglobal article says that both the current 767F and current 777F engines will not meet the 2028 ICAO C02 emission regulations: https://www.flightglobal.com/flight-international-opinion/why-freighter-strategy-is-a-loaded-question-for-boeing/138555.article That should close the door...

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by 2175301
Thu May 28, 2020 1:58 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Southwest wins JD Power award in both categories for US carriers
Replies: 51
Views: 3909

Re: Southwest wins JD Power award in both categories for US carriers

On further thoughts on this: While I understand the change to "short haul" and "long haul"... I believe that they should have 3 categories, and add "International very long haul" to account for the changes in expectations of people who fly long distances between contine...

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by 2175301
Thu May 28, 2020 4:58 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

I've thought a lot about this today. Boeing has not yet issued a formal "Final Call"... but they were allowing it to die a natural death; unless there is a sudden change in the market. They maintained the ability to restart production of the most major pieces of the recently shutdown porti...

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by 2175301
Thu May 28, 2020 1:11 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Southwest wins JD Power award in both categories for US carriers
Replies: 51
Views: 3909

Re: Southwest wins JD Power award in both categories

At first the Southwest boarding process felt awkward. However I soon adjusted once I realized that I for a few $ per flight segment that I could buy my way into the "A" boarding group and get very good seats for me and my wife. Also, I've timed it compared to similar aircraft on other carr...

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by 2175301
Wed May 27, 2020 2:55 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747
Replies: 334
Views: 51626

Re: ​Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of 747

Personal Opinion: I suspect that a restart cannot happen with less than 30 orders. Is solidly plausible with 50. The problem is that I'm not sure that those 5 existing customers are willing to commit to more than 30 orders at one time based on the past order history. My understanding is that Boeing ...

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by 2175301
Sun May 24, 2020 6:28 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"
Replies: 1642
Views: 154806

Re: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"

Planes are super for anything over 500-1000 miles. There are hints regarding what ultra-next generation planes could do on the lower margins of that range, even going down to 100 miles. I am a rail fan, and a bedroom/roomette offer something unique, comfortable, and pampering. But I fear optimized ...

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by 2175301
Fri May 22, 2020 7:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"
Replies: 1642
Views: 154806

Re: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"

FAA deciding it won't approve current gen cockpits on new clean sheets I am somehow perplexed how this statement has been developing. I could be very wrong but I have the impression that this started at some press interview of somebody not actually from FAA at all and then that very ambiguous press...

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by 2175301
Thu May 21, 2020 9:54 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"
Replies: 1642
Views: 154806

Re: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"

It is also possible that some Boeing engineers feel the tools are ready while others do not and which group you happen to interview / ask will give you different answers. On this last point. In my many decades of working as an engineer... I can tell you that the naysayers have never managed to buil...

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by 2175301
Thu May 21, 2020 9:45 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"
Replies: 1642
Views: 154806

Re: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"

My friend tells me that the Air Current article is a hatched job. That they were in far better shape than that on the project. Even if they were, it's possible Calhoun and the other Board members were skeptical that this was the actual case after having been misled on the 787 and 737 MAX program's ...

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by 2175301
Thu May 21, 2020 9:16 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"
Replies: 1642
Views: 154806

Re: Boeing CEO: NMA will "start with a clean sheet of paper again"

My friend tells me that the Air Current article is a hatched job. That they were in far better shape than that on the project. That every development program has areas where they don't quite know about how some things will work, and that negative comments and incidents can always be found for even t...

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by 2175301
Thu May 21, 2020 7:06 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Air France A380 retirement/parking thread
Replies: 483
Views: 60430

Re: Air France to retire A380 fleet effective immediately

It will be very interesting to see how many A380's will return to service in the next year or so. Who would have thought that the replacement for the A380 would be an A350?

Have a great day,

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by 2175301
Sun May 17, 2020 5:02 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

How about a shrink version of the 787? I mean, a design which is 2-5m shorter than the 788. Will it be too heavy? Yes, it will be too heavy for a medium range aircraft. In fact, someday Boeing may decide to do a 787 revision; and it's expected that the weight of the wings and barrel will drop notic...

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by 2175301
Sun May 17, 2020 12:59 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Deleted for readability: See above The whole single pilot suggestion started in this thread when I suggested that porting the 777X fly by wire control system to the 767 may allow single pilot cargo operations with a few mods a lot easier than the existing 767 control system. This would further impr...

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by 2175301
Sat May 16, 2020 7:09 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

The impact of removing pilots will be a SIGNIFICANT benefit will change the airlines business case Please explain and provide references that anyone is talking about having the ability to remove pilots from aircraft at this stage. Much less a derivative of an existing aircraft that will have tons o...

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by 2175301
Fri May 15, 2020 8:59 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: What happened to Antonov?
Replies: 36
Views: 7727

Re: What happened to Antonov?

Finding hard time to think of anything successful made on either "side of the border" since 1990. Well, Russian Vodka is still considered to be among the best; and Kiev Cake (only made in Kiev Ukraine) is still popular in many countries (including Russia) and it's certainly at the top of ...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 11:46 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Can an all new composite wing bring down thrust requirements on a 757+ to something offered on the 737-10MAX or A321XLR? If the 757+ completely replaces the 737MAX (at least -9 and -10) will there be enough business for a properly sized LEAP derivative? Absolutely, an all- new generation composite ...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 11:36 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Fair enough. You don't believe that 9 years may have changed the market and other things enough for FedEx and others to reconsider their future aircraft choice (and Covid-19 may add to a change). Perhaps Boeing and GE feel they have nothing to really say at this time about the pending engine change...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 9:30 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Agreed, but again, I would expect those plans to be real and concrete - not speculative concepts like the 767-X/767-XF which encompass many more changes than just propulsion. No real secret as Boeing did let people know that they were seriously studying a replacement freighter (and possibly a passe...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 8:24 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: A major US airline likely will go out of business this year,
Replies: 308
Views: 41409

Re: Boeing CEO: A major US airline likely will go out of business this year,

I don't think anyone here really thinks American Airlines will declare Chapter 7 (because liquidation of currently worthless airplanes is worthless), but they're the weakest (financially) of the Big 4 and most likely to declare Chapter 11 first. I agree with this assessment. However, I also think t...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 7:37 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Except nobody has been able to point to an actual ICAO document stating that the 767 freighter cannot be sold with it's GE CF6-80E engines after 2028. I found an industry paper by the Clean Transportation Institute that strongly implies freighters are exempt from the ICAO regulations (while noting ...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 7:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: DL to permanently retire entire 777 fleet
Replies: 725
Views: 110679

Re: DL to permanently retire entire 777 fleet

Does anyone know if the 777s are bought or leased? I'm thinking some carriers would love to pick up a few 777s on the cheap if they're willing to wait a while until demand returns. I agree with this; although it will take some time. I suspect Delta will store all of these with maintenance for futur...

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by 2175301
Thu May 14, 2020 4:43 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Do FEDEX and UPS want more from that plane? Do the 2028 regulations effect the 767's engines? Also, what is the competition offering to FEDEX/UPS? They have two choices..... A330-300P2F A330-200F Actually, neither FedEx or UPS has those choices as key airports for both companies are space constrain...

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by 2175301
Wed May 13, 2020 6:57 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

If a brand new "widebody" with fully-optimized aerodynamics, systems and propulsion can't make a successful business case with airlines before COVID-19, count me very skeptical that a 767 with better-optimized aerodynamics (thanks to the new wings) and kind-of-optimized engines (depending...

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by 2175301
Wed May 13, 2020 4:55 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

2175301 is the modified wing you talk about the existing wing modified or new wing? Existing wing modified to accommodate bigger diameter Engines seems to make the most sense in the 300 length. Turning an 400 into a Freighter could be expensive - especially if this is just for cargo. We know the -3...

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by 2175301
Wed May 13, 2020 12:02 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing 767 Freighter prototype info
Replies: 5
Views: 2372

Re: Boeing 767 Freighter prototype info

I'm sure that Boeing has a history office. Why not contact them and ask if they have (and can make available) a picture?

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by 2175301
Tue May 12, 2020 8:51 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X
Replies: 520
Views: 90301

Re: Reuters: Boeing considering 757-Plus and 767-X

Hmmm... I had a talk with my friend who was heavily involved in the NMA project. They had some interesting things to say about various possibilities being discussed in this thread. 1) A revamped 767F with new engines and modified wings is considered almost a certainty. Boeing is critically aware of ...

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by 2175301
Tue May 12, 2020 5:37 am
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing CEO: A major US airline likely will go out of business this year,
Replies: 308
Views: 41409

Re: Boeing CEO: A major US airline likely will go out of business this year,

I actually think that there is a very real chance of at least one of the noticeable airlines in the USA going totally out of business unless there is a significant uptick in traffic by fall. They would start by entering Chapter 11 (reorganization) Bankruptcy.... which has no guarantee that a reorgan...

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