Re: ETOPS question on Aer Lingus A330

Date:         25 Nov 97 03:26:06 
From: (H Andrew Chuang)
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In article <airliners.1997.2715@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
Karl Swartz <kls@ohare.Chicago.COM> wrote:

>>A carrier operating 767-300ERs with PW4000 engines may have worked up
>>to 180 min authority, but if they added some 767-300ERs with CF6-80C2
>>engines ...
>Now why would any airline be crazy enough to do that?!  Oh, I forgot
>you work for the engine-type-of-the-month club, er, Delta.  :-)

Qantas has both JT9D- and CF6-powered B767s.  At one time, Air New Zealand
had the same (when it acquired two China Airlines' JT9D-powered B767s).
I believe ANZ has since sold the two odd planes.