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LAST FLIGHT OF QANTAS BOEING 747

Last Flight of Qantas Boeing 747

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Sunday March 29, 2020 was a very sad day for aviation, as KLM and Qantas has retired their Boeing 747s, closing off an almost 50-year chapter of their incredible history as the oldest national carriers in the world – KLM celebrated its 100th anniversary in October last year and Qantas will have

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VIDEO – WATCH LIVE STREAM LAST ARRIVAL KLM BOEING 747

Live Stream KLM Boeing 747 Last Arrival

AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL, NETHERLANDS – Today is a very sad day in KLM’s history and for aviation history in general – KLM will say goodbye today to the most beautiful airliner ever made – the iconic KLM Boeing 747 Queen of the skies will touchdown at Amsterdam Schiphol for the last time ever, much earlier than planned. To

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SAD FAREWELL FOR KLM BOEING 747

Last Flight KLM Boeing 747

AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL, NETHERLANDS – Today is a very sad day in KLM’s 100-year history and for aviation history in general as KLM will say goodbye today to the most beautiful airliner ever made – the iconic KLM Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet, also known as the Queen of the skies. The City of Tokyo will touchdown

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KLM HAS SAID FAREWELL ONCE AGAIN TO A BOEING 747

KLM has said farewell again to a Boeing 747

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – KLM has said farewell once again to one of their Boeing 747s – the City of Jakarta with registration PH-BFI. The Queen of the skies departed from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol for the last time in the morning of December 27, 2019. The last flight was to Teruel Airport in Spain, where the

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REMEMBERING JOE SUTTER, ‘FATHER OF THE BOEING 747’

SEATTLE – Today we remember Boeing icon Joe Sutter. He passed away 3 years ago on August 30, 2016 at the age of 95. In the mid-60s, Sutter led the team that designed the Boeing 747. He was given the nickname “Father of the 747”. Father of the 747 Joseph Frederick “Joe” Sutter (March 21, 1921 – August

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