Date: 18 Aug 97 02:22:16 From: Chuanga@cris.com (H Andrew Chuang) Organization: Concentric Internet Services References: 1 2 3 4
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In article <airliners.1997.1742@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Pete <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >In article <airliners.1997.1706@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Celestar 9V-SJH <email@example.com> writes >>SIA does not have any B747-100/200s for replacement by the A340-600. And >>they are already operating 37 B747-400s, with almost 8 more on firm order >>and 10 on options (the largest fleet of 747-400 in the world). > >I make it that British Airways currently has 38 747-400s in service and >a further 21 on order which calls into question the statement above? "Celestar's" information was based on an SIA press release issued when SIA received its 32nd passenger B747-400. At the time, BA had 31 B747-400s. SIA may still claim having the largest B747-400 fleet in operation, because it currently has six B747-400Fs in operation.