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The CEO of Boom Supersonic says the United Airlines purchase of his faster than the speed of sound jet is just the beginning of an aviation revolution.
"JAL has decided to accelerate the retirement of all P&W equipped Boeing 777 by March 2021, which (was) originally planned by March 2022," the Japanese airline said on Monday in a notice on its website. JAL said it would use newer Airbus SE A350s on domestic routes to Osaka's Itami Airport and use international planes for other domestic routes to help maintain flight frequencies.
When Naru Kurokawa heard news atthe weekend that an engine had caught fire on a Boeing 777 whileover the United States, he recalled his own fear in Decemberwhen an engine also failed as he was flying over Japan on thesame model of jet. "I was panicking in my head, thinking about how I was maybegoing to die," said the 40-year-old, describing his alarm whenthe Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) Boeing 777 he was on was forcedto make an emergency landing about 40 minutes after take off. "I thought I would go insane if I accepted the thought ofdeath, so I focussed on taking videos of the situation," he saidof the Dec. 4 flight to Tokyo that was forced to return toOkinawa airport because of a malfunction in the left engine.