From: email@example.com (Robert Ashcroft) Organization: Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Date: 07 Nov 95 12:21:54 Followups: 1 2
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I was catching up the last half-year of Air Transport World, and one of them had a column about the JAL 747 that carries the Disney motif (for domestic consumption only). The article said that the aircraft was one of two 747-100 that JAL had had retrofitted with a stretched upper deck. Said the article, this was calculated to drive plane spotters crazy. This is the first I have heard of -100 being fitted with the stretched upper deck. I know that a number of -200 were remanufactured to -300 status by Boeing (KLM has a few, I think). Anyone have any more details? Enquiring minds, etc. RNA -- Great moments in Newspeak: "I do not like this word 'bomb'. It is not a bomb. It is a device which is exploding." ---Jacques Le Blanc, French Ambassador to New Zealand, on the tests of nuclear "exploding devices" in French Polynesia.