Re: Boeing 757-100

From:         kls@ohare.Chicago.COM (Karl Swartz)
Organization: Chicago Software Works, Menlo Park, California
Date:         10 Jul 95 16:36:56 
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>Speaking of the 720 relative to the 707, why hasn't Boeing marketed the
>757-100?  It would seem this shorter version would fit well into the
>175-seat market where the A320 seems to reign.

They have -- it's called the 737-800.  You won't see a 757 in that
market because of cost; a stretched 737 is far cheaper than a short
757 would be.

(145-150 seats is closer to what you'd see on a typical mixed-class
A320; 175 seats is more like the A321.)

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