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October 28, 1999 | Associated Press and Bloomberg News
El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. decided to split an aircraft order between Boeing Co. and Airbus Industrie, allowing the European plane maker to crack the fleet of a prominent all-Boeing customer. El Al gave Boeing an order valued at about $400 million to supply three of its long-range 777s. But the carrier also plans to order three or four Airbus A-330-200 jets to replace some of its Boeing 767s, El Al spokesman Nachman Kleinman said. Israel Radio said the Airbus 330s will cost $250 million.
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October 28, 1999 | Associated Press and Bloomberg News
El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. decided to split an aircraft order between Boeing Co. and Airbus Industrie, allowing the European plane maker to crack the fleet of a prominent all-Boeing customer. El Al gave Boeing an order valued at about $400 million to supply three of its long-range 777s. But the carrier also plans to order three or four Airbus A-330-200 jets to replace some of its Boeing 767s, El Al spokesman Nachman Kleinman said. Israel Radio said the Airbus 330s will cost $250 million.
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November 16, 2004
* Boeing Co., responding to what it sees as improving world economic conditions, said it would offer a cargo version of its long-range, twin-engine 777 airplane beginning in late 2008. It also said it already had interest from several customers. * Chiron Corp.
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December 17, 1996 | EVELYN IRITANI and JAMES FLANIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The new Boeing Co., despite its great size and market power, has hardly won the battle. Its absorption of McDonnell Douglas in the historic $13.3-billion merger announced Sunday might work against the Seattle-based giant in the market where the future of commercial aircraft will be decided: Asia.
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