Video – Goodbye JAL Boeing 747-400

Japan Airlines (JAL) today retired their last two Boeing 747-400s. The first 747 (747-100) was delivered to JAL in 1970, the first 747-400 in 1990. Japan Airlines operated a total of 112 747s, including 44 747-400s.
JAL is currently undergoing a fleet modernization process, focusing on Boeing 767, 777 and 787.

To finally say goodbye to aviation enthusiasts around the world, the pilots performed several touch-and-gos …


1 Response

  1. Peter says:

    Nice idea from Japan Airlines to perform some touch-and-gos. I’m wondering if this has been announced to the enthusiasts …

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