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jumbo and widebody thread 3: pacific boogaloo
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>>1468802
Cute doggos
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communist 747
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>>1468809
Looks similar to Air China
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Lufthansa is retiring 6 A380s early.

https://www.flightglobal.com/strategy/lufthansa-retires-six-a380s-early-for-reduced-post-crisis-fleet/137800.article

They are also retiring 7 A340-600s, 5 747-400s, and 11 A320s.
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>>1469000
At least their 748s are gonna keep flying
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>>1469011
There's no way they were going to retire them. They're too new and have greater flexibility for use than the A380s.
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>>1469059
i was kind of hoping that the A380 being cancelled would lead to a bump in -8i orders for any airline still wanting A380s. but even then i knew it was pretty unlikely. seems there isnt anything to give jumbos like the 747 and -8i a new lease on life. how sad.
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>>1469092
There's no way to overcome the inefficiency of 4 engines vs 2. There were already very, very few airport pairs that were so slot and capacity restricted that they justified using either, especially the A380. But now, there are no pairs that justify it, and even once air travel resumes mostly unrestricted, there will be less demand than before. The air travel market is going to take years to recover.
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>>1469094
there was some good conversation about that last thread, but it was mostly just speculation. i wouldnt say anything is certain right now, but im not gonna hold my breath for a jumbo comeback. it seems the only way out for the 747 is that one budget airline that was being talked about a while ago, but thats not exactly likely.
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>>1469092
the way it seemed when the program launched, Boeing was banking on a few airlines to buy the 748 over the a380, but by the time the aircraft came out most of those airlines had either merged or went bankrupt. then after that no one wanted either aircraft.
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>>1469139
america west had 747s? i didnt know that.
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kinda wish UA never merged. them and NW were the only ones i could have seen maybe buying -8is
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From the last thread because I love the way it looks:
Unpainted metal 747-200 with experimental blended winglets by Aviation Partners Inc.
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Best 747SP livery?
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>>1469233
for me its either gotta be the old Qantas livery or the US Saul bass livery.
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>>1469221
Interestingly, this same airframe was on service for MK airlines until 2009, still unpainted. Apprently it's rented out for parties and events now (pic from July 2019).
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throwback to the time Air New Zealand landed a 747 at Wellington Airport just to see if they could
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>>1469233
Winner
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>>1469271
Short girls are best girls
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Will A380 be retired just as fast as MD11?
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Since the virus started, there have been a lot more 744F, 748F, and even MD11F flying over my house. Usually those MD11 wouldn't fly over my settlement due to noise issue (although 744 is the noiser one...)
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>>1469139
>>1469188
Whoa. And it looks good too
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>>1469324
How many years did it take to fully retire passenger MD-11s?
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>>1469324
>Will A380 be retired just as fast as MD11?
Faster, because the A380 can't be used as a freighter.
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>>1469368
1990 First revenue service
2009 Last retired
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>>1469373
Wrong :
https://www.usatoday.com/story/todayinthesky/2014/10/26/the-md-11-makes-its-final-scheduled-passenger-flight/17959763/
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>>1469296
i kinda wish they chose this. the blue cheatline looks good
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>>1469188
It's always fun to find obscure things
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>>1469092
>>1469094
>>1469097
Thoughts?
I know it's extremely unlikely for anything like this to ever be made, but would it at least be technically feasible?
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>>1469633
Original photo of General Electric's 747-400 Test Bed with a GE9X engine.
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>>1469633
honestly? i wouldn't be unhappy with it, so long as it kept the 747 flying. i remember a while ago Boeing started something called project Ozark with the 747 to try and appeal to some of the gulf carriers. while they haven't said much on it, they've yet to announce it being cancelled so its presumably still going. it could be anything from a new 747 variant with better aerodynamics, engines, and seat flexibility to an -8i nigger rigged with GE 90s
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>>1469636
is that a -400D?
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>>1469662
-446
Can't find info on both types, being the same, but seeing how it's a -400 type with no winglets that flew for JAL they very well might be.
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why are the 747 FE stations so comfy?
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>>1469633
We already know it's technically possible.
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>>1469480
I think that was one of their last liveries and it did look good

>>1469747
The 747 looks better with large engines imo
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>>1469747
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>>1469773
it was a concept livery, iirc. they had another version where the name interrupted the cheat line and the bottom was white, and i think that was their best one. ill see if i can find it.
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>>1469773
Everything looks better with large engines.
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>>1470064
>Not posting the superior livery
Sad!
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>>1469094
>There's no way to overcome the inefficiency of 4 engines vs 2.
A343 showed you otherwise
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>>1469633
TE?
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>>1470229
based
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>>1470229
In what way? It's literally less efficient to operate than any of it's competitors from Airbus or Boeing.
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>>1470478
https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=753969
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>>1470497
You understand that's dependent on seating configuration, right? And it's not backed up by the fact that airlines overwhelmingly chose the A330 over the A343 and the latter is being retired rapidly, while the former (even the ceo variants) are going strong.
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>>1470230
Twin Engine
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>>1470503
Yeah. I don't see how you can say the A340 competes with twins now. Maybe it did when it debuted.
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>>1470543
The A343 specifically, and only in certain co figurations, had better fuel consumption per seat mile than the A330 but only over a long enough range and with the A330 also in a specific configuration. So it was on rare occasion more efficient, but that doesn't mean shit.
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>>1470565
god i wish NW was still around. we might have 747s still flying in the US if they were.
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>>1470577
granted, i know thats probably wishful thinking but still.
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>>1470503
>Seating configuration
Discussed more than necessary there
>Airlines overwhelmingly chose A330 over the 343
Because many of them fly the shorter stage length more frequently
>Lattter being retired rapidly
No, A343 is not A342 nor A346
>>1470531
Maybe a Twin Engine version of 747SP?
>>1470543
>Yeah. I don't see how you can say the A340 competes with twins now.
Of course you can't, A340 is a 25+ years old product
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Why other proposed alternative desogn to A380, like MD12X or IL96-550, all have a relatively short body?
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>>1470615
>Twin Engine SP

Now that would be pretty sweet.
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>>1469633
It's technically feasible but you would not just need new engines but also new wings and a new wingbox. Given the costs, it's extremely unlikely to happen under current market conditions.
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>>1470615
You are extremely wrong. There are well under 100 A343s left in service. There are over a thousand A332/A333s left in service. The A343 fleet is being drawn down as we speak.

And the A330 entered service only 1.year after the A343.
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>>1470707
We are already 15 years after the last A343 being built and still there are half of the fleet in service. The early end of A343 line was a result of Airbis's incorrect decision to build A345/6 instead.
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>>1470893
Is it not a clue in your mind that they are being replaced and that there's no secondary market for them?
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>>1470903
I think you're dealing with the turbosperg who's insisting seaplanes are practical in that other thread
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>>1470903
They are replaced by A345/A346 before Airbus thought they need a renewal. They end up being wirse than the original generation.
As for secondary market, that is small but not non existence. There are airlines that acquire sevond hands A343 for different purposes from time to time.
>>1470910
What seaplane?
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>>1470913
The replacement is being replaced. There is no market for them. They are rapidly being retired, especially with the global grounding going on now. This really is t hard to understand. You just make it seem difficult.
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>>1470914
Them.being replaced 15 years after their last last delovery doesn't really mean the design weren't competitive when they're still on the market together with other planes of similar age
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>>1470927
You're either illiterate or willfully ignorant. The A330, which came out at the same time and in a partially overlapping role vastly outsold it. So did the 777, which it was its contemporary and most direct competitor.

There are far, far, far more A330s and 777s still in service. It was a niche plane that didn't end up selling well because it was outclassed and economically uncompetitive in the majority of cases.
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>>1470932
I am not trying to argue against A330 being more suitable for mass market application. That is irrelevant to the argument I was making.
As for 777, as far as I can tell the 777-200 series weren't too far off from A340 series. 777-300ER is its own class however.
That there are still far more A330 and B777 in servive now in the year 2020 due to the current commercial environment is unrelated to the efficiency comparison of the aircraft when they're made. New aircraft being produced including 777 and 787 and A350 and A330neo being on the mid to high capacity side of widebody range also helped the continual survival and growth of the A330ceo line.
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>>1470939
Not the guy you're replying to but you seem a bit slow
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>>1470932
>>1470973
Nothing some wishful thinking and mental gymnastics can't do. The guy just likes his 4 engined birds a bit too much.
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>>1470939
Nothing you said there counters any point you think you're refuting.
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The Airbus Industrie A340: One plane to rule every airline
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>>1471149
I can't disagree. There are thousands of them flying and every major airline has a fleet of them.
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>>1471148
I have repeatedly mentioned in my post that I was mot refuting the previous post, instead the point is that the previous post did not discredit the original poibt I was making regarding the 4 enginge aircraft efficiency
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>>1471154
Why are you openly admitting that you never had a point or an argument?
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>>1471151
The A340 only came out in the 1990s, it hasn't had a chance to bloom yet.

It's just a baby.
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>>1471173
Shame it doesn't have much reason to exist nowadays compared to the A350 and 787.
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too much talking about stuff that isnt jumbos
post jumbos
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posting jumbos
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>>1471349
Nice, big D.
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>>1471296
This
Either post pics of jumbos when you're debating, or post only pics, otherwise just stfu
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I miss this lively like you guys have no idea. Wish we would have seen it on the passenger version some day.
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>>1471547
Here on an A340-300.
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>>1471547
Indeed, today's LATAM livery is awful and dull
Even the previous liveries were better
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>>1471581
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>not a single l1011 in this thread yet
I'm disappointed
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>>1471585
Nice.

CURSED IMAGE INCOMING
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>>1471654
>The DC-10 responsible for the crash of Concorde
>Pic took at Paris CDG airport
Nice, have another cursed DC-10 pic
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>>1471585
eastern's last livery was probobly its best.
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>>1471585
Was 1011 a jumbo?
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>>1472007
It was a widebody.
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>>1472009
Tristar interiors were aesthethic AF.
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>>1472123
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>>1472123
>were
Don't make me any more sad than I have to be that I never got to ride on one.
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>>1472124
>>1472126
What airlines were these? Bottom might have been Pan Am
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>>1472009
I think this was a BA L-1011
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>>1472123
the lack of overheads were a pain.
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>>1472124
This looks like it may be inside PSA L-1011
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>>1472470
Happy Tri Star is happy
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>>1472989
Gross
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>>1472989
L1011 is pure sex
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>>1472989
Awful
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>>1473007
>>1473227
Newfag here.I feel it should be painfully obvious why you dislike this, but I don't get it. Is it the quality of the model? The choice of livery?
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>>1473266
>>1472989
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>>1472989
considering how old their fleet is id say this fits right in.
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>>1473276
Goodness gracious those looked so good in that livery. I remember seeing them at KDFW all the time back in the 90s. I WANT TO GO BACK.
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>>1473493
aviation took a wrong turn after the 90s.
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>>1473873
MORE IMPORTANTLY, WHAT IS THE BLUE BEAUTY BEHIND THE DEATH CRUISER????
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>>1473884
Looks like a Braniff 707
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>>1473899
nah, thats a DC-8. windows are larger and further apart and the tail is different. also different engines.
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>>1473910
DC-8-62 to be more precise
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>>1473884
DC 8 from Braniff
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>>1474252
>That British airtours 707 with the Rolls Royce engines
Kino
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>>1474813
MOOOOOOOOODS!
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>>1474671
>>1474813
This is now a canadian Airlines 747 thread
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>>1474885
>n
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>>1474886
>Canadian
>Canadien
Pick one
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>>1475035
I like Canadi>>>/n/
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>>1474883
Hiding this thread now
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OIL PRICE HAS CRASHED LETS GET THE BIG BOYS BACK OUT THE HANGAR
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>>1475742
That blended nozzle is sexy.
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>>1475742
>>1475814
Why cover up "Bolivian Airlines" though?
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>>1475820
>"Bolivian Airlines"

I didn't understand that. This other shot didn't have it. Was it on a wet lease or something?
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>>1475814
It looks a lot sturdier than the DC10 tail.
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>>1475844
No idea but I found the same exxact pic on Airliners.net with that writing on it, clearly removed with a white square on the version posted here.
https://www.airliners.net/photo/Northeast-Bolivian-Airlines/Lockheed-L-1011-385-1-TriStar-50/372297
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>>1475844
Oh so here's the explanation. From an (outdated) article on Spanish Wikipedia (translation of my own):
Northeast Bolivian Airways (NEBA) is (was) an airline based on the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. It is (was) funded by TriStar Capital, from which they lease(d) a Lockheed L-1011 "Tristar" plane.
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northeast_Bolivian_Airways
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>>1469373
I flew with one in 2012 by klm
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>>1475863
>>1475913
Thanks for the info.
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>>1480327
F
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>>1480327
I'm sorry guys I was bored
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>>1480391
>I was bored

I know that feel.
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>>1480485
HHHHNGH MUH DIK
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>>1480485
why were older liveries so good?
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>>1480699
IDK, but you're right, they were much better
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>>1480699
>>1480776
In the era after deregulation, an airline's identity has lost much of its meaning to fliers
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>>1480782
the 90s were the peak of aviation.
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>>1480391
End yourself now
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>>1481136
I guess I'm hopelessly old school, but I preferred prefer the 60's livery.
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>>1481505
TWA never really had a bad livery.
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>>1481505
Based old soul. Same here, bro
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>>1481505
Not a big fan of regular cheat lines, but I love the way they're implamented here.
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>>1480485
>>1480699
>>1481505
>ywnb a 747 captain in the 60's
Why even be a pilot in the 21st centry?
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>>1481505
the last one was my favorite for TWA.
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>>1481766
Why don't any of those seats have headrests
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>>1481773
im guessing they were detachable like on a car or something.
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>>1481773
They do have them though.
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>>1471545
What's goin on here? Tenerife Part 2?
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post the insides of jumbos.
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>>1482192
>estavam indo
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I wish the classic 747's weren't all but dead now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4aTd78_M5s
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It's interesting for me to see old liveries that at one point coexisted with new liveries, such as in this picture.
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>>1483699
Tristars should have worn the new livery IMHO
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>>1471544
My favourite part about Fedex planes is that they all have names. That one is named Corrine. It makes them unbearably cute to me.

Pic related. This is Jeffrey Wellington.
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>>1484377
sometimes i look up the tail numbers of older aircraft and see who owned them. that aircraft used to belong to AA. another interesting one is the USAF's 757 they use for air force two used to belong to TWA.
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>>1485190
>CanadiEn
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>>1485190
F
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>>1472989
Here's my Landor -400. It's essentially a children's toy but I've owned it for ages and still love it.
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>>1486417
Is it wrong that I kinda wanna lick it?
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>>1481546
The 747‘s first flight was in 1969 and it only entered service in 1970.
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>>1469685
I hate the tatty furry seats you get in Boeing planes
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>>1486555
They're shaggalicious!
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>>1488445
AF had widebodies?
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>>1488528
Yes. I was surprised also.
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>>1490303
NGL, the Dreamliner is one sexi plane.
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>>1490563
itd look better if it wasnt stubby like the 767.
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>>1490563
Airlines should replace the Boeing 737 max with the Dreamliners, if they prefer to stay with Boeing
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>>1490812
Why bother if you don’t need the range?
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>>1490812
why? explain your thought process.
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>>1490812
>the smallest capacity of a 787 is larger than the highest capacity of a Max
You ain't very smart, are you?
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>>1491546
I was just trowing this out to get some general feedback, on what others thought of the idea.
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>>1491555
fair enough i guess. although i think if the 757 lived it would be likely that you would see a few airlines use derivatives of that exclusively.
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>>1491982
The 757 has always been one of my favorites.
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>>1491989
aviation would be a lot better if it were kept around.
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>>1468802

I remember seeing an old drawing of a full double deck stretched 747 with a 5th engine in the tail like a D.C-10 but years of google search has been unable to locate it.

Any help?
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>>1492377
all i can think of is the SP trijet Boeing had going around for a while.



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