Re: 777-100 versus 767-400

From:         Mark.Brown@dcs.qmw.ac.uk (Mark Brown)
Date:         08 Aug 95 01:45:13 
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Andrew Chuang writes:
 > In article <airliners.1995.1135@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Tassio A. Carvalho (carvalho
 > @phoenix.Princeton.EDU) wrote:
 > >     Shortened versions of aircraft have a history of not selling
 > > very well. It happened with the B720, 747SP, A310 and others.
 >
 > I think the A310 did okay, at least much much better than the B720 and SP.

The A319 and B737-500 are also fairly good sellers (but in the lower
capacity narrowbody market).

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