Below is a great representation of what is out side the Farnborough orders extravaganza, and what it means to the Airplane market. Airbus scrambled once again to show up the Boeing order book, during the Farnborough affair. They pulled it off with 77 billion of paper sales over Boeing's 63 billion of like mannered sales. What missed the show is more important than the show itself. What's the order book at mid-year and what's the order book at year end, makes more sense than an Airshow order count. Finally, someone has written a solid presentation from this concept illustrating the big picture is more important than a four day blow out sale.
I would like to go on and on about the 787-9 because I'm actually the most excited than I have been about an aircraft since the the 787-8 flew from Paine Field, WA, around the world.
- Only landing in India ounce for a refuel (19hrs later)
- and then back across to Paine Field flying heading easterly
- completing all the way around the world after another 18 hours flying during the second leg. (caution run-on sentence structure bullet points added)
Here below is a significant observation from Motley Fool publication as it deepens its understanding of the Boeing big game strategy. It breaks into the Boeing Psychic
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Below the link is the complete "copy/past edition", for lazy inebriated types.