It’s Sunday again, and it’s time for some more airplane art.
This week – a rather bittersweet image for some – showing a United Airlines Boeing 747-400 at London Heathrow Airport a few weeks ago, parked at Terminal 2 and waiting to return to the United States of America.
United Airlines on Saturday flew one their last Boeing 747-400 out of London Heathrow – concluding the service operated by the Jumbo jet by United.
— United (@united) October 28, 2017
The last United Airlines Boeing 747-400 international flight was operated between Seoul Incheon and San Francisco as UA892.
With the final few flights of the United Airlines Boeing 747-400 fleet – the future for United passengers rests on more efficient big twins – such as the Boeing 777-300ER, The 787 Dreamliners and even the Airbus A350.
More Airplane Art next week!
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