The deal is announced. They bought Boeing planes to replace their Airbus fleet.
Boeing is winning on deliveries for 2013 compared to Airbus(which is where the cash flow comes from).
This order should make it close for 2013 to match Airbus(although that is not were the current cash flow come)
Looks like Boeing has taken away one of Aribus's loyal customers
WayneD is again up to his anticks, Are you done bashing boeing and promoting Airbus when you have been loosing money on your choice(elonmusk909, Fredjames909, and all the other alias's YOU use there) You were pumping TLSA when it was at it's top, then after it dropped, you said you shorted it.
Do not trust anything this person posts
do some numbers again. Assume it costs $40K for the panel installation(which is high admittly, but there is mainaince and depreciation), that is $2000 in lost interest conservatively invested. At 20 MPG that is about 12,000 miles per year in an ICE. Now add in the cost of the purchase price , assuming another $40,000 over an ICE, that doubles those figures.
There are many states getting ready to add a yearly tax for owning an electric vehicle to offset the gas tax.
This was posted about Wayne wondering why he posts here and may not own either stock. At least won't admit it until after a stock makes a move
Per his earlier note, any ownership of Airbus is only speculation, so there's a 50/50 chance he owns neither.
where did I say it was common to the 767. It was about planes in general
Thai Airways said it fond a burst tire on an Airbus A300-600 after the aircraft landed safely today at an airport in northern Thailand.
The burst rear tire was found during an inspection after Flight TG130 from Bangkok had landed in Chiang Rai, the airline said in a statement. It said that none of the 197 passengers or 10 crew members aboard was injured.
Mechanics replaced the blown tire and after a 55-minute delay the flight returned to Bangkok.
The airline said it was investigating the cause of the incident.
In September, a Thai Airways Airbus 330-300 skidded off the runway at Bangkok's main airport after its landing gear malfunctioned, injuring 14 passengers.—
A Qantas Airbus A380 (registration VH-OQC) was stranded on a runway at Sydney-Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD; ICAO: YSSY) today at 8:20 PM local time after some of the airplane’s tires exploded upon landing at the Australian airport.
FedEx A310-200 blows tire upon landing on runway 35 at KGRR operating as FedEx 712 Heavy from KMEM. The Pilot took his time taxiing to the cargo ramp
Wayne is disliked for his lies so much, the first words the speaking parrot said to him when he brought it home was "get out of my house"
BA up 8%, EADSY up 3% since your wonderful 4 for 1 split. Thats a 166% better than your EADSY
You have been bragging how "YOU" now own 4 shares as opposed to Boeing holders only having 1. That repeated statement means you admit you own the ADR's, no speculation on his part.
(BTY, how are those 4 shares doing for your, BA is up 5% more that EADSY since your wonderful split.)
So what your saying is that the tire that blew(which isn't uncommon) is the origional one delivered with the airplane?
That 1 Boeing share has earned 5% more than those 4 EADSY bogus symbol shares since the split.
Who is to say something is overvalued or undervalued. Look at what TtESLA numbers were/are and talk about being overvalued using those same metrics metrics.
How are those 4 shares working for you Wayne that you brag so much about
BA up 8% since then, EADSY up 3% since then(I have using the bogus EADSY symbol, but that is the one Wayne brags about doing the split)
You left out this part of the article
Boeing remained ahead on deliveries, which drive revenue andare the most widely used benchmark for ranking the top twojetmakers.
It delivered 580 planes compared with 562 from Airbus andlooked on course to maintain the industry's No.1 spot for asecond year when full 2013 data is released in January
Wayne is trying to hide behind another alias,
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Your a joke
Paying $2500-$5000 to park at the plant a year
Charge to use a bathroom- against the law, employers must provide restrooms to the employees
Buy their own tools, alot have to be certified and many cost $1000" of dollars apeice.. They also have to be accounted for after each shift to make sure they are not left/lost. A tool breaks then the employee needs to go to the Boeing store to purchase a new one and get paid for his time doing this
Charging people to use transportation in the worlds largest building, do you know how long a walk people would be taking. Are they suppose to carry tons of items in a cart. to deliver things