Date: 05 Oct 98 00:27:02 From: Chuanga@cris.com (H Andrew Chuang) Organization: Concentric Internet Services References: 1 2
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In article <airliners.1998.1503@ohare.Chicago.COM>, I wrote: >I will give you a brief list of aircraft over 100 seats. Market share >and fleet size (including those on order) are very rough estimates: [list snipped] Just want to make a note, it's obvious that I listed market share based on original engine choice. I did not include re-engining share, such as the DC-8 and B727. >Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific used to have an all-R-R fleet, but now has a >sizable CFM56-powered A340 fleet. I can't think of any major airlines >with an all-R-R fleet. With the recent A340 order by Emirates, R-R said in its press release said that Emirates will eventually become an all-Trent airline.