Re: B707 in service

Date:         27 Dec 96 04:41:02 
From:         lestroyens@aol.com (LesTroyens)
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I don't have an answer to your question, but I have often been aware of
the irony that some 747 "classics" still flown by respectable airlines,
are much more senescent than the last years production 707's. If indeed
the 707's crash more, it must be because of inferior freight crews and
maintenance + night work etc...
I wouldn't fly in a 747-100. I would even think twice before flying in my
very favorite, the L-1011...
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