Re: airliner market analysis [long]

Date:         29 Mar 98 23:09:26 
From:         Chuanga@cris.com (H Andrew Chuang)
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In article <airliners.1998.501@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
Thomas A. Beckley <beckley@sprintmail.com> wrote:

>Isn't Boeing currently offering the 767-200 to the national airline in
>India.  I remember seeing somewhere that Boeing and Airbus were competing
>for it and there was a lot of mud slinging because both airlines were
>offering "older" model airliners.  I think Boeing started it because Airbus
>was offering the A300 (or maybe the A310) and Boeing came out and said
>Airbus doesn't even make that plane anymore, and Airbus responded by saying
>Boeing hasn't sold a 767-200 since 1991.

Taiwan's EVA Air was found around 1991/92.  They have taken delivery of
non-ER B767-200 from Boeing as late as 1995 or 1996.  I believe they
have four of them.  If your Airbus quote is accurate, then Airbus's
response is off by quite a few years.