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Mahan Air’s 35 Year Old Boeing 747-300 Flies Again After 5 Years

On April 14th, after over five years of maintenance, Mahan Air brought the world’s oldest passenger Boeing 747-300, back into service. Following damage to two engines as well as the fuselage during an incident in 2015, the aircraft has remained on the ground. However, it is now back to flying passengers between Teheran and Kish Island, a domestic route of one and a half hours. ( More...

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ADXbear -2
Dang that was a ton of duck tape used, I'm sure these Radial engines will slow them a bit, but heck, beats the camel ride.


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