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Boeing 747-400 (N465MC) - Atlas Air B744 in Tally for the National Championship
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Boeing 747-400 (N465MC)

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Atlas Air B744 in Tally for the National Championship

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Jimmy Robinson
Windows in the nose section . . . ?
DSmithOpsPhoto Uploader
Yeah, I think that's actually First Class seating there.
JENNIFER JORDAN
Not possible surely? Is that where the important kit is installed where no human has ever sat before? I.E. Bulkhead, engineering sensors, lifeboats and with purpose built freighters, the running gear to move the pallets if the aircraft had an opening nose facility?
Matthew Unger
I came home from Afghanistan on an ATLAS Air B744. Boarded at Manas Airbase Kyrgyzstan, and flew from there to an former NATO airbase outside of Frankfurt, Germany, then on to Fort Bragg, NC then home to Fort Campbell, KY.

They had moving map at each seat as well as a channel that showed the belly camera.
DSmithOpsPhoto Uploader
Jennifer, I'm pretty sure that in a passenger configuration, the seating at the nose is first class. I'm sure it is different for the freighter config.
FA9295
This was the Florida State Seminoles charter jet plane to the 2015 Rose Bowl.
DSmithOpsPhoto Uploader
It's the same aircraft type and operator, yes. But, this particular snap was taken when Atlas was in town to take the Seminoles to the 2013 National Championship.
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