How many NEW customers, i.e. airlines that have not been using Boeing 767s in the past, has Boeing won with the 767 since the A330-200 has been around ?
How many A330-200 customers were existing A330-300 customers when the A332 was launched?
why can't you just admit that both are good aircraft?
My passenger preference is for the A332, but to say the A332 has dominated the 767 is simply not true
Why do you try to prove with unreliable data that one is much superior than the other??
Unreliable data... as in, the offical order tallies from Boeing and Airbus? I compared every 767 sale from the day the A330-200 was launched through today. That is the only fair comparison you can make.
Just read Vfw614 reply twice or even more often, it gives you some hint how to operate properly with data without trying to turn the arguments in your favor.
Again, I started with the day the first A330-200 order was placed, then tallied every 767 order that took place after
that date. You cannot get any more fair than that.
Of course, Vwf614 want's to measure the orders taken after the first flight. This date has absolutly no meaning to the sales of an aircraft. Airlines don't wait for an aircraft to fly. If you want to compare A332 sales after
the first flight, then you must eliminate all launch orders from the equation, or you give the A332 19 extra months of sales. Is that fair?
No matter which way you
spin the numbers, the 767 has held its own against the A330.
Additionally, if you quote the B767-300F sales, you might just as well include the A300F sales as this is the competitor to the B767-300F.
A 767 is a 767, would you eliminate all A380F orders from the current A380 backlog? Maybe Airbus will finally offer an A330-200F
If not, why should Boeing bother building a B7E7.
I already admitted the 767 was an agining aircraft, in just about each one of my posts. The 7E7 is perfectly timed to recover the maximum amount of 767/A300/A310 replacement, and will slaughter the A332.
I have a three post per topic limit. You're welcome to have the last word.