A version of this article appears in the September 15 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. The long reign of the Boeing 747-400 on intercontinental routes is coming to an end, and nowhere is this more apparent than on transpacific flights. While Delta Air Lines is culling 747s from its Asian routes as part of a network overhaul, other carriers around the Pacific Rim are phasing out the aircraft entirely. The 747 is steadily being pushed out of long-haul passenger fleets in favor of ...

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