Re: BAe-146

Date:         09 Mar 97 12:39:37 
From:         rparpatt@uniserve.com (Thundercraft)
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In article <airliners.1997.606@ohare.Chicago.COM>, rickydik@ix.netcom.com
says...
>
>In <airliners.1997.519@ohare.Chicago.COM> Alan Sanderson 408 447-3859
><alans@hpax.cup.hp.com> writes:
>
>>The flight time was about the same for the 146 as the bigger jets,
>>as the 146 only climbed to 10,000 ft. where the others go to 30,000.
>                          ^^^^^^^^^^
>
>Aha!  Maybe that explains why the #4 Lyc engine on a PSA BAe-146
>exploded at 27,000 feet over Fresno.  :)

Don't planes fly faster at high altitudes??? ...and burn less fuel!!!!