Leahy on A350-1000 vs 787-10/777X

Leahy on A350-1000 vs 787-10/777X

There are 1 comment on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer story from Feb 9, 2008, titled Leahy on A350-1000 vs 787-10/777X. In it, Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that:

“We feel we have the right aircraft with the A350 and BA is leaning in that direction”

In comments to Flight International, Airbus sales boss John Leahy indicated British Airways is leaning toward the A350 rather than Boeing's 787-10 or a possible 777X. via Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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James Jackman

Cardiff, UK

#1 Feb 14, 2008
I think it would make sense for BA/British Airways to order the A350-1000 because it would take advantage of the same technology already used in the A380-800 and be good for the environment, it would also benefit BA's long haul network system as not everybody wants to be flying the 747-8I or/ B787-10 that Boeing have on offer at the moment and the key difference will be what their passengers and crew want to fly in 5/10 years from now.

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