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Boeing lends a helping…

Boeing lends a helping…

  1. Woodrow

    What would the motivation be? Wouldn’t this take away from potential 747-8F? Maybe they do not compete, and this is a good way to sell parts.

    [URL]https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/boeing-steps-in-to-help-the-manufacturer-of-the-worlds-biggest-plane/ar-BBL8yyk?li=BBnb7Kz[/URL]

  2. David W

    Boeing’s Dreamlifter and Airbus’s Beluga are for in-house use only, specifically for transporting parts to build their aircrafts. It’s not available for commercial customers. The largest cargo aircraft Boeing has is the 748-F. Airbus doesnt have plans to make a freighter version of the A380.

    I want to assume that it was either Boeing or Airbus for this and it went to Boeing.

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