JAL Retires Its Last 747s

Japan Airlines, which at one time had the largest fleet of Boeing 747s, retired the aircraft entirely as of March 1. Symbolizing JAL’s downsizing amid bankruptcy protection, the 747 will be replaced with smaller aircraft. Pratt & Whitney is examining an F135 engine that was removed from the test...

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