The Oldest Boeing 747 of The World Still In Service Says Goodbye Today - Leaving... Watch it Live
Leaving Today November 25, 2018...
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November 25, 2018 - by Anonymous at Airlinerwatch.com
Amsterdam - The oldest Boeing 747 of the world still in service makes its last flight today from Los Angeles to Schiphol. The superjumbo registered PH-BFB has been in service with KLM since 1989.
The Flight KL602 will take off from Los Angeles International Airport at 13:55 PST on November 25 and will land at Amsterdam-Schiphol at 09:05 CET on November 26.
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During its almost 30 years of active service, the "Queen of the Skies" had more than 134,000 flight hours and 36,000 take-offs and landings. It carried nearly 6 million passengers in this period - equal to the population of the city of Berlin.
On July 1st, 1989, the brand new Boeing 747-400 of the Dutch flag carrier was baptized as City of Bangkok by nine Thai monks from...
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