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  1. Dave

    Dave Guest

    Fast it was, but poor design NO.
    As is any super fast jet. I should know, I spent many years working in
    that environment.
    Lots of passengers enjoyed the fact they could spend the day shopping in
    another continent and be home for tea.

  2. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    Yes I read fine I interpret differently from you!...

    The 747 has nothing to do with supersonic air travel its a completely
    different class of aircraft.

    We \were\ talking about Supersonic airliners....
  3. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    It was .. for what it did...
  4. Bob Eager

    Bob Eager Guest

    I dunno. Spot welds?
  5. >

    > Guest

    Just more symptoms on Not Invented Here syndrome.
  6. Bob Eager

    Bob Eager Guest

    Or Envy...!
  7. Guest

    The 747 (on a bad day) moves more passenger-miles per hour on less
    than 1/4 the lbs of fuel per passenger mile than the concorde could
    dream of on it's best day
  8. S Viemeister

    S Viemeister Guest

    Continental do 757s on some transAtlantic routes.
  9. Guest

    By *no* measure was it successful. It was a money pit.
  10. Guest

    You need to take a remedial reading course.
  11. Guest

    Bullshit. It didn't have the necessary reserves to be a legitimate aircraft
    for the routes it flew. It was an economic disaster. Poor design; YES.
    Oh, you were a stew.
  12. Guest

    What about the electrical systems?
  13. Guest

    With the french on board they were not limited to Lucas electrics-
    they also had Paris-Rhone and Ducellier to choose from.
    Any experience with either of them makes Lucas look "not bad" by
  14. Conversely US jets engines have always been smokers compared to Rolls
  15. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    Built here anyone;?..
  16. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    Suppose thats like comparing a London Omnibus with a sports car;?...
  17. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    Yawn ... zzzzzz Frank Writtle was 'working on them long before that;)...
  18. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    May I suggest you take the narrow bandwidth blinkers off;?...
  19. tony sayer

    tony sayer Guest

    Nuclear scientists 'n all....
  20. Sorry? Where was supersonic flight first achieved, again?
    Chuck Yeager would likely disagree. Got some proof of that?
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