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Wow ----- A new 747 freighter to ship 787 parts !

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Hmm...Just got this press release from Boeing...... :7Boeing Names Spain's Gamesa to 747 Large Cargo Freighter Design Team SEATTLE, Feb. 17, 2005 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] is adding Gamesa Aeron


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Armen L Cholakian
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Guest Matthias1975

Sorry, but I don

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Guest Paul Heaney

>It would be a big WOW>if Boeing took the Belugas to transport their own parts. Kinda like how Airbus had to use a 747 to test it's new A380's Engines :)

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Guest speight

Boeing have been using the Airbus super transporter to carry some of their bits! They are in the same business and derive great benefits by helping each other.

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Ever seen a B747 with a "swing-tail" ;-)Cheers,Norbert - CLX001CEO Virtual Cargoluxwww.virtualcargolux.org

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Dont know about you but this is a wow for me !! ;-)http://www.boeing.com/news/releases/2005/p...pr_050218g.htmlNice pic! hehe maybe Cargolux will have a couple ?! :)You never know.... depending on how it goes this could be a serious Boeing product. After all, the A380 freighter is going to walk all over the 747-400F, Boeing need to address this "new" market.Woah PMDG might even have to build one in the next five years ! :(Armen at EGLLwww.veryquiet.com


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Armen L Cholakian
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they uses a modified 340-200

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>Boeing have been using the Airbus super transporter to carry>some of their bits! But that may be the case for their satellite/defense unit. I don't think Boeing ever used this transport to carry parts for their commercial aircraft division, or someone please prove me wrong.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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>Dont know about you but this is a wow for me !! ;-)>>>http://www.boeing.com/news/releases/2005/p...pr_050218g.html>>Nice pic! hehe maybe Cargolux will have a couple ?! :)>>You never know.... depending on how it goes this could be a>serious Boeing product. >>After all, the A380 freighter is going to walk all over the>747-400F, Boeing need to address this "new" market.>>Woah PMDG might even have to build one in the next five years>! :(>>>Armen at EGLL>www.veryquiet.comWell well, wouldn`t be the first "swing-tail" in operations @ CLX ;-) (they used to have the CL-44`s with the swinging rear-end)...A380F - still needing to shows it`s true capacities, except for those carrying "docs" and "parcels" ;-)Cheers,Norbert - CLX001CEO Virtual Cargoluxwww.virtualcargolux.org

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