The categories aren't without overlaps.
They are without overlap. You can't just swap aircraft types without serious infrastructure changes in an airline. Airplanes aren't cars.
Just what FedEx [planespotters.net] or UPS might want then, right?
No. The Mria is much larger than is often needed or even wanted (airport/handling restrictions), it has terrible fuel economy and doesn't fit within the fleet composition of FedEx or UPS. Again, you can't just switch airplane makes like you do with cars. There are training considerations, certifications, maintenance, parts availability, manufacturer support, etc. etc. Bigger isn't always better. Just ask Airbus about their A380F (total market flop).
American Indian: 41
You see, this is the funny bit. If you wanted to make it representative of the general population, you'd need to hire about 5,000 MORE whites and fire about 8,000 asians. But of course, facts are wildly unpopular when people just want to play identity politics and hate on the majority.
The question is: will Samsung integrate those pearls? Or would this Solaris platform be shelved?
Shelving the Illumos core of SmartOS (Joyent's cloud OS platform) would essentially completely destroy all value in Joyent. Its distinctive cloud technology is intimately tied to Zones.
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