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The slow death of the jumbo jet – where are they all now?

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Last month United, Delta’s US rival, waved goodbye to its final 747 with a farewell flight from San Francisco to Honolulu (recreating the route of its first 747 service in 1970). Not one US carrier now flies the iconic Boeing aircraft, which – after almost 50 years of tireless service – is gradually disappearing from our skies. (www.telegraph.co.uk) 기타...

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ColinSeftel
In the article:
"Why were so many 747s written off?

"More often than not because they crashed. More than 50 aircraft, or about one in 30 of all produced, were damaged beyond repair. "
One in 30 is NOT "more often than not"!
ColinSeftel
In the "comparing sizes" diagram, the silhouette marked "Airbus A380" is actually the Antonov 225.
djames225
They must have heard you, Colin, as the A380 silhouette now only has 4 engines.
ColinSeftel
Yes well done to The Telegraph - they have now substituted the correct silhouette for the A380. As well as 6 engines, the previous graphic clearly showed the A225's unique tail-plane.
shenghaohan
Maybe because of A380 is actually shorter and thus look smaller than 747 from top down?
cespin
The silhouette that is marked Airbus A380 is showing six engines. It can't be an A380.
shenghaohan
For airplane geeks like us it is obvious, I am just saying for someone who maybe never written an article, that silhouette looked bigger than the 747 comparing to actual A380 silhouette.
bigjulie
The Boeing B747-100(N736PA) that was destroyed at Tenerife Airport in 1977 was the replacement aircraft for the first comercial 747 flight!
iflyfsx
iflyfsx 1
I guess they haven't heard of the 747-8i.

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