From: email@example.com (Jay Vassos-Libove) Organization: Digital Equipment Corporation, Atlanta Customer Support Center Date: 14 Oct 93 23:57:18 PDT References: 1 Followups: 1
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In article <airliners.1993.632@ohare.Chicago.COM> Stephen L Nicoud <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: The Pratt & Whitney engine for the 777 flying test bed arrived Monday at Boeing Field from the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) in Tennessee. The engine will meet up with RA001 -- the first 747 ever built -- in late October, when the engine will be hung on the left wing of the airplane. Before flight testing begins in November, the engine's inlet and thrust reverser, along with extensive flight deck instrumentation, will be installed. Can somebody get us some specifications of this engine? Especially interesting would be comparisons between this new engine's specifications and the specifications of, say, the engines in use on existing 747's, MD-11's, large Airbus planes, 767's, etc... -- Jay Vassos-Libove email@example.com Digital Equipment Corporation decwrl!alf.dec.com!libove Atlanta Customer Support Center Opinions? They're mine, mine, all mine! Alpharetta, Georgia and D.E.C. Can't have 'em!