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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Remaining 747-400 SOLD

Japan Airlines (JAL) has sold the remaining 19 747-400's in its fleet to AerSale. AerSale will disassemble a couple of the JAL 744's and sell them as aftermarket parts but expects the majority of the 19 JAL 744's remaining flying as passenger planes and freighter.

Source: AerSale Press Release via PRNewswire


2 comments:

  1. It's so sad to see the Boeing 747-400 go.:(

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  2. Yes indeed...Most of my flights in the last decade are on these JAL 744's. In fact, my first ever flying experience was on a JAL 744 from Hong Kong to Osaka when I was a kid. Really sad to see them go :(

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