Re: Long term storage

From:         kls@ohare.Chicago.COM (Karl Swartz)
Organization: Chicago Software Works, Menlo Park, California
Date:         03 Feb 95 11:16:37 
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>Karl Swartz (kls@ohare.Chicago.COM) wrote:
>: While the photo captions didn't say so, I'd guess they were 767-200s.
>: As far as I can trace, BA only had 5 of those, and while quite new,

>This is probably not true.  BA's first B767 was delivered in 89, it was
>a -300ER.  BA's first -200ER was delivered around 92 ...

<sigh> It's been a *long* two weeks -- an intruder got into one of our
systems at work and my team has been working 12-18 hour days beefing
up security now that people are willing to devote the resources to it.
Hazy eyes and mind saw three groups,

    757-236
    757-236(ER)
    767-336(ER)

each with only slightly different RB.211-series engines and different
registration series and saw 767s in the second group.  Looking a bit
more carefully, I don't see *any* 767-200s in BA's fleet, just -300s.
(I'm not counting the USAir ones, which are still USAir planes.)

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