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What about existing aircraft?

01 August 2005

Tags: Airbus  |  airline  |  Boeing  |  Aviation  |  Airlines

New aircraft programmes are rarely always good news for people who already own aircraft and the 787 and A350 are no exception.

The 787 is intended to replace the 767-300ER which has been in production for almost 20 years. While appraisers feel that the A350 will eat into the market for the much newer A330. The A330-200 for example has only been in production for seven years.

End of 767s

Japan Airline's recent order for six 767-300ERs is likely to be the last 767 order but Boeing is keen to keep the programme running.

"They want to keep the 767 production line open so they can use it for the...

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