Boeing 747 Double-Decker Jet in Operation

Boeing Company of Seattle, WA, USA introduced the jumbo jet, Boeing 747 in 1970. The wide-bodied, two-decked aircraft was taller than a six-story building and could carry up to 490 passengers. The first 747s went into transatlantic service for Pan American Airlines on January 21, 1970.

      January 21, 1970
      Boeing Company
      Seattle, WA, USA

Additional Information:

  • Boeing 747 – Wikipedia
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  • History of the 747 – CNET
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  • Historical Snapshot: 747 Commercial Transport/YAL-1 – Boeing
    The fuselage of the original 747 was 225 feet (68.5 meters) long; the tail as tall as a six-story building. Pressurized, it carried a ton of air. The cargo hold had room …
  • Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet History – Modern Airliners
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  • The Boeing 747: The plane that shrank the world – BBC Future
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