Re: JAA certification of Boeing 737NG

Date:         26 Apr 98 03:44:25 
From: (Tarver Engineering)
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On 18 Apr 98 00:49:14 , wrote:

>As a follow-up to the recent discussion of JAA certification of the Next
>Generation Boeing 737s, in which accusations that the JAA had refused to
>certify the 737-700 were refuted, readers may wish to note that the JAA has
>now certified the 737-800 as well. See

Why are you changing the subject?  It is now obvious that Boeing has
no intention of making larger over wing exit doors.  Cutting twelve
feet off the fuselage is obviously not a reference to the 737-700.  If
the 737-900 comes through with no change, then the JAA will have
damaged Boeing with regulatory nonsense.  Even with changes to the
-900 there will be questions about JAA's motivations.