Japan Replacing Government 747s A Year Early, In Fiscal 2019

Japan Airlines’ retirement of its 747 fleet, once the world’s largest, has prompted the Japanese government to bring forward its plan to replace the two 747-400s it uses as official transports. Additional aircraft will be considered for short and medium services, for which the Mitsubishi Aircraft...

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