The Boeing 747 ‘Jumbo Jet’ Takes Its Final U.S. Commercial Flight This Week
The Journey of famous Boeing 747 aircraft that has served in the US for nearly five decades has came to an end. This is going to say ‘good bye’ for America’s airspace. Because it will take its last journey on Tuesday. As such, Delta Air Lines will retire its last remaining 747 this Tuesday following its last Seoul-to-Detroit route.
Boeing 747 which famous as Jumbo jet, many of the American Presidents liked Boeing 747, for its service. From the class to the masses, everyone enjoyed the flight. The aircraft was impressed with modern facilities. It offered a fair price trade. Aerospace consultant Michael Merzieruyu said that it has made many changes in the flight journey.
However, organises felt better to farewell to this model and concentrate on models which use low fuel for long journey. Even farewell travel for Boeing 747 is also getting extreme response. Tickets have increased due to the passengers interested in climbing the aircraft for the last time.
Despite the farewell in the US, leading airline companies such as Lufthansa, British Airways and Korean Airways continue to operate its services.
The first Boeing 747 flight service started in 1969. 600 people can travel at once. So far, 1500 Boeing 747 aircraft have been issued to various airlines. It still serves 500 services in different airlines.
The original 747 was the key to jumpstarting affordable mass market air travel in the US. The 747 “made flying available for everyone,” said Boeing’s chief company historian, Michael Lombardi.
He continued, “The 747 gave wings to the world.”