Section of a Boeing 747, 1973.

Made:
1973 in Washington, United States and Seattle

Section of Boeing 747 (cut from 747-SR-46 supplied to Japan Air Lines 21/12/73)

Section of Boeing 747 foreward fuselage (cut from 747-SR-46 supplied to Japan Air Lines 21/12/73).

This section of fuselage features a cargo hold and two floors of seating.

The 747, or Jumbo Jet, as it is popularly known, is the world's largest and best-known jet airliner. The first 747 was delivered to Pan-American Airlines (Pan-Am) in 1966, and updated and improved versions continue to be made today.

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Details

Category:
Aeronautics
Object Number:
1992-823
type:
passenger aircraft
credit:
Boeing Commercial Airplane Group

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