Knowing how old this jumbo is, I can let you guess how many airline schemes have been painted on her since the pass 41 years, since she was built. The answer is 6. The first carrier was American A... (more)
N9662 sits at the West Imperial Terminal less than a month after delivery. Bob Proctor photo/Jon Proctor Collection.
Putting an exclamation mark on a typical and otherwise boring DFW afternoon.
departing runway 17R.
Caught this lovely 747 taxing around from the cargo terminal in Honolulu heading to runway 8R. Captain seems to be looking my direction!!
Caught this lovely 747 taxing around from the cargo terminal in Honolulu heading to runway 8R.
Despite what some will say, the 747 will always be the "Queen" of the skies.
There are fewer and fewer UPS 747s now, as they are slowly being replaced by additional MD11Fs, although they recently ordered some 747-400ERFs, which I am looking forward to seeing.
This aircraft was originally delivered to American Airlines back in July 1970(ex-N9676). It was the 57th 747 built and carries the SELCAL code CD-HQ.
Arrival in ONT