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|Evergreen Air Center, Marana, Arizona|
Jet Graveyard with over 20 Boeing 747, incl. the Space Shuttle Carrier N9668
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|"Juan T. Trippe", the second B747 in Boeing production line and the first B747 delivered to airline(Pan Am) is spending her rest life in Korea. She has been moved to here(east surbub of Seoul) in Jul.'00 and used as restaurant but it was closed and neglected for long time. So sadly its state is very bad...Wings are removed by Korean construction law and only fuselage is preserved with fake engi...||10/15/2009||1,390|
|The mother of all Jumbos at Boeing Field in Seattle.||09/14/2005||635|
|Whats left of a supertanker (the ship is over 160 feet wide) off the island of Khark in the Persian Gulf. ||03/11/2008||2,328|
|The remains of a supertanker at Alang. The ship has a width of over 220 feet.||02/06/2008||850|
|338m Supertanker in Malaysia. |
There are many supertankers over 300m long around here(Singapore and Malaysia)but this one is the longest.
|it´s a Lufthansa B747-400, arrival as flight LH 454 from Frankfurt and is waiting for departure as flight LH 455||08/19/2005||487|
Jet Airways is an major Indian airline based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is India's second largest airline after Air India and the market leader in domestic sector. It operates over 400 daily flights to 67 destinations worldwide. Jet Airways also operates two low-cost airlines, namely JetLite (formerly Air Sahara) and Jet Konnect.
|Airline: Orient Thai Airlines|
Type: Boeing 747-146B/SR/SUD
In 1986, two -100BSR SUD models, featuring the stretched upper deck (SUD) of the -300, were produced for JAL. The type's maiden flight occurred on February 26, 1986, with FAA certification and first delivery on March 24, 1986. JAL operated the -100BSR SUD with 56...
|Type: Boeing 747-4B5M|
Korean Air Lines Co., Ltd. operating as Korean Air, is the flag carrier and largest airline of South Korea whose global headquarters are located in Seoul. Korean Air's international passenger division and related subsidiary cargo division together serve 130 cities in 45 countries, while its domestic divis...
|The Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker was a United States strategic tanker aircraft based on the Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter. It was succeeded by the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker.|
|About 820 feet long.||08/19/2005||598|