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Boeing Dreamlifter (N718BA)
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Boeing Dreamlifter (N718BA)



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Colton Fletcher
nice pic!!
Love the blue on the nacelles and the tail; as it matches the ocean. Quite a ride!
A review of the flights below shows the current, near maximum utilization of this 1992 vintage Boeing 747-400 (Dreamlifter) Large Cargo Freighter (N718BA).
Obviously the original decision maker (Evergreen) hit a home-run here with an excellent investment turned money maker.
Evergreen's demise, however, may speak otherwise, as Boeing is the current owner.
I love to see that in aviation, especially when it shows likely excellent research and development (R&D).
Moreover, the 747 line is likely proven as the most variant-able of all modern commercial aircraft created, and, will remain so likely for decades.
Leander Williams
Looking at this view makes me think that with a few modifications, the Dreamlifter airframe could have competed for head to head with the A380 had it chosen to do so.
Andrea Gentilini
Another proof of the 747's versatility !!
Robert Cowling
Seeing one in real life was amazing. It's SO BIG!
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
24-Apr-2024 B744Chubu Centrair Int'l (Centrair) ()Anchorage Intl () 05:10PM JST 07:05AM AKDT En Route
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