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Live Boeing 787 dreamliner Premiere

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Eat that, Airbus, you pathetic shell of airframe manufacturers who used to know how to build aircraft.

Once again, Boeing manages to make a shrewd and prescient decision to market an airliner that will actually fill a need rather than trying to force the marketplace (and airlines, and airports, and the air traffic control system) to adapt to their arrogant, obese monstrosity.

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Pretty cool presentation... and so far, Boeing seems to be a pretty good company to work at (I've been working the last 4 weeks on a contract at a Boeing subsidiary).

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w00t, when counting orders, commitments and purchase rights, the number is around 1088.

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Eat that, Airbus, you pathetic shell of airframe manufacturers who used to know how to build aircraft.

Once again, Boeing manages to make a shrewd and prescient decision to market an airliner that will actually fill a need rather than trying to force the marketplace (and airlines, and airports, and the air traffic control system) to adapt to their arrogant, obese monstrosity.

Add to that Boeing actually being able to meet delivery deadlines, unlike Airbus
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Add to that Boeing actually being able to meet delivery deadlines, unlike Airbus

Maybe that's because they parade every piece like the wings & nose,

through the french countryside & around vineyards by MAN or DAF. :rolleyes:

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To bad GM didn't participate as Subaru, Mitsubishi and Kawasaki did, it might have been quite a feather in GM's hat.

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Wheres My Super Cub! I will fly myself!

but finally there first big move sicne what 1974? was it

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To answer the question, they're sold out through the beginning of 2015.

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Should have bought Boeing stock when it was in the 40 or 50 range.

Should have bought more GM stock when it was down to 18.

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Should have bought more GM stock when it was down to 18.

me too.....

oh....

wait...

I did! :smilewide:

BTW.... Buickman.... that crash is coming any day now.... right?..... right?

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