Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G

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| align="left" | The '''Macchi M.C. 72''' was an experimental [[:Category:Seaplanes and flying boats|seaplane]] designed and built by the Italian aircraft company Macchi Aeronautica. In 1933 and 1934 it set a world record for speed over water.
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| align="left" | The '''777-200''' ('''772A''') was the initial A-market model of the [[Boeing 777]]. The first customer delivery was to United Airlines in May 1995. It is available with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) from 505,000 to 545,000 pounds (229 to 247 tonnes) and range capability between 3,780 and 5,235 nautical miles (7,000 to 9,695 km).
  
<div style="text-align:right;">'''[[Macchi M.C.72|Read more...]] | [[:Category:Picture of the week 2009|Archive]]'''</div>
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The direct equivalent from Airbus is the [[Airbus A330-300]]. A total of 88 -200s have been delivered to ten different customers as of July 2008.
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<div style="text-align:right;">'''[[Boeing 777-200|Read more...]] | [[:Category:Picture of the week 2009|Archive]]'''</div>
 
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The 777-200 (772A) was the initial A-market model of the Boeing 777. The first customer delivery was to United Airlines in May 1995. It is available with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW) from 505,000 to 545,000 pounds (229 to 247 tonnes) and range capability between 3,780 and 5,235 nautical miles (7,000 to 9,695 km).

The direct equivalent from Airbus is the Airbus A330-300. A total of 88 -200s have been delivered to ten different customers as of July 2008.