From: Stephen L Nicoud <email@example.com> Date: 29 Nov 93 22:21:44 PST
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The Seattle Times reports today (November 29, 1993) that the newest versions of the Boeing 737 (dubbed the 737-X) will be produced under the model numbers 737-700, 737-800, & 737-900. The report goes on to say that these models will be about the same size as the 128-seat 737-300, 150-seat 737-400, and 107-seat 737-500, respectively. The report also states that the 737-600 designation was skipped because Boeing wanted to leave a slot open in case it later decides to build a model smaller than the 107-seat 737-500. Stephen -- Stephen L Nicoud <stephen.nicoud@Boeing.Com> bcstec!bcsaic!stephen.nicoud This message does not necessarily represent the views of Boeing. I am not a Boeing spokesperson. I reserve the right to revise, extend and/or revoke my remarks.