Japan Airlines Retires Last Of Its 112 Boeing 747s

Japan Airlines, once the largest operator of the Boeing 747, has retired the aircraft entirely from its fleet. Symbolizing the carrier’s downsizing amid bankruptcy protection, the 747 has left Japan Airlines’ service to be replaced with smaller aircraft. The last two services by the type were flown...

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