Date: 03 Nov 98 02:05:34 From: email@example.com (MCL757) Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com References: 1
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>Even if this is no direct answer to your question, I remember that the CEO of >AA >called the 764 a new type of aircraft. Thus commonality with the 763 and 772 >must be reduced. This was one of the reasons why AA hasn't chosen the 764 so >far. So the 764 seems indeed to be a lot different (gear, wing, engines, >cockpit, interior, windows ...) from the classic 767s. Can we start talking >of >767NG ;) I just want to add that the 764ER's glass cockpit can be configured to represent the same gauges as the "first genertaion" :-) 767s.. just the same as it works in the NG737s. There are differences, but I don't think they are as great in terms of fleet commonality as the AA CEO thinks...? Matt in Seattle, Student Pilot... My Unofficial Alaska Airlines Mailing List is at AlaskaAirlines@onelist.com -----To most people, the sky is the limit. To those who fly, the sky is home.