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March 01, 2006

Good Bye Boeing 767?

Boeing said yesterday that it is doubtful that it will be able to keep its 767 production line running this year due to a lack of orders.  That means that end of a 25 (or so) year era, with both the 767 and 757 lines shutting down and Boeing focusing its efforts on the new, more efficient, 787.  The manufacturer had originally thought that it could keep the 767 going by converting the aircraft to a military refueling plane, but a procurement scandal blew that idea away.

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