Boeing 777X - General Discussion May 6, 2013 20:45:44 GMT 1
Post by harty236 on May 6, 2013 20:45:44 GMT 1
Not being privy to airlines' judgements, and not being a prophet, I do not know the answers to these questions, though I believe that there is more risk on Boeing's side.
Hey, take it easy philidor, especially on the competence part.
Actually i am very knowledgeable and informed about it. That is unlike others, who are not prophets (no truer words were written!) and retired (not so up to date.) I understand that and you have my best wishes. I wish i could share more, but, well, I am not retired, you see and i don't take this forum that seriously either.
For your education, it is exactly with technology that this 777x will make the 350-1000 look like an obsolete aircraft, from exclusive engines and range to comfort and cabin and commonality. The end of the year will prove me right. Get out more, watch closely what technology will be introduced on the 777x and get better informed.
Maybe the 350 will compete with the 777 on the market today. Just maybe.
Also, i am not loyal to Boeing, but to free market, fair competition and awesome products. That stuff on the 350 is obsolete by 2020 standards and will make less money than a 777x. So why get all bothered? That's just solid info based on numbers. Don't get angry and don't take it personal, it's not like you work(ed) for Airbus...or is it ?
So Saj, my question to you is did you find this thread by Googling your name?