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Old 03-07-2002, 02:11 AM   #1
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Boeing Delivered 36 New Jetliners in Feb

Boeing Delivered 36 New Jetliners in Feb

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SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co. , the world's biggest planemaker, said on Wednesday it delivered 36 new commercial jets in February including 10 wide-bodies, boosting its total for the first two months of 2002 to 66.


At that pace the Seattle-based jetliner unit of Chicago-based Boeing was on schedule to deliver the 380 jets it expects to ship for the full year 2002.

Houston-based Continental Airlines Inc. , the No. 5 U.S. carrier, took seven new jets in February, including two wide-body 767-400ERs, two 757-300 mid-sized narrow-bodies and three 737-800 narrow-bodies.

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SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co. , the world's biggest planemaker, said on Wednesday it delivered 36 new commercial jets in February including 10 wide-bodies, boosting its total for the first two months of 2002 to 66.


At that pace the Seattle-based jetliner unit of Chicago-based Boeing was on schedule to deliver the 380 jets it expects to ship for the full year 2002.

Houston-based Continental Airlines Inc. , the No. 5 U.S. carrier, took seven new jets in February, including two wide-body 767-400ERs, two 757-300 mid-sized narrow-bodies and three 737-800 narrow-bodies.

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Old 03-11-2002, 01:47 PM   #3
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For no apparent reason I'll mention that I work right across the river from Boeing and that their lobby ATM (from the Boeing Credit Union) doesn't charge a fee at all. Of course you've got to show your drivers license to get in the building to use it, but that's no big deal for saving a buck fifty :)
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For no apparent reason I'll mention that I work right across the river from Boeing and that their lobby ATM (from the Boeing Credit Union) doesn't charge a fee at all. Of course you've got to show your drivers license to get in the building to use it, but that's no big deal for saving a buck fifty :)
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