Joe Sutter, Legendary Designer And Chief 747 Engineer, Dies
Joe Sutter, dubbed “Father of the 747” by the Smithsonian Institution National Air and Space Museum, has died in Seattle of complications from pneumonia. He was 95. As the former chief engineer of Boeing’s 747 program, Sutter is credited with leading the development of the first widebody aircraft...
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