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Boeing 747-200 (N780BA)

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C.W. Reed
Just outstanding, Nathan! Over the top 5 stars++++++++++! Cheers!

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Nathan CervantesPhoto Uploader
C.W thanks bro
C.W. Reed
Very welcome, Nathan!

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Robert Cowling
Throw some seats in it, and we can bring more sick people back from China.

What? Too soon? :-D
Robert Cowling
But I have to say, seeing it live in Seattle was impressive. WOW!!! What an amazing, and capable plane. It can hold so much. The Guppy is pretty darned amazing too.
Gavin Hughes
Old 747s don't die, they just get transformed:). Great shot Nathan.
Great Shot Nathan!
ken kemper
Tremendous pic Nathan...………..
Where's the 6-star button? We need one for this pic. :)
Reidar Tennesen
It’s a -400, the winglets caused a flutter when they were first developed, so Boeing decided to remove them. It’s not as if the design is very streamlined. I know, I know....it’s an ugly little spud. (I used to fly it).
Mark Hanneman
Hmmmm... wonder if she yanks and banks like an F-22? ;-) Beautiful shot Nathan!
Al Bauer
Excellent Shot
Kenneth Ochoa B
Impressive bird. Fantastic!
Derek Ripley
Great shot. I loved snapping this guy when it would come in for landings when I lived in Everett.
Curtis Smith
747-400 LCF
jesse kyzer
Boeing 747-400 Large Cargo Freighter (LCF)
Alan Hume
That's what the Queen of the Skies looks like when she's pregnant with her progeny, the B-787. What a magnificent platform the B-747 has been, carrying not only millions of pax around the globe, but space shuttles, space telescopes, other aircraft and even the POTUS and other Heads of State. And it is now becoming a tremendous freighter, with its high-set cockpit allowing it to gobble up large items through its wide gaping mouth. In this new role it will fly on for many years to come. Is it not the most significant airliner of all time?
Cole Neill
yea, that white elephant's flight path is just miles my home coming and going. Inbound, I can hear it by the time it has barely made feet dry! Soon after takeoff it lumbers upwards with moans and groans like no other. Dream on Boeing.
Vinny Barbin
WOW! I didn't know that there was a 747 guppy. Has to the biggest 747 config to date.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
19-Feb-2020 BLCFAnchorage Intl ()Chubu Centrair Int'l (Centrair) () 10:04AM AKST 11:51AM JST (+1) 7:46
19-Feb-2020 BLCFCharleston Intl/AFB ()Anchorage Intl () 02:13AM EST 05:49AM AKST 7:35
18-Feb-2020 BLCFSnohomish County ()Charleston Intl/AFB () 08:11AM PST 03:38PM EST 4:26
18-Feb-2020 BLCFChubu Centrair Int'l (Centrair) ()Snohomish County () 02:05PM JST 05:22AM PST 8:17
17-Feb-2020 B744Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Chubu Centrair Int'l (Centrair) () 07:38PM CST 10:36PM JST (?) 1:57
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