Airways takes a look at the passenger airlines that will still operate the legendary Boeing 747 in 2023.
Asiana Airlines' (OZ) only Boeing 747-400 jet is returning to operation as the airline is upping its capacity on flights to China.
A Boeing 747 Dreamlifter landed safely in Charleston (CHS) after losing one of its main gear wheels on departure from Italy (TAR).
It’s a third Jumbo jet for Challenge Airlines BE (X7), and it’s all geared up in the “Challenge accepted" livery to take to the skies later this month.
Cargolux (CV) has announced its much anticipated fleet renewal plans, replacing all its Boeing 747s with newer 777-8F.
The Boeing 747 still remains an active and reliable machine to haul cargo given its large payload capacity and nose cargo door access.
This is why a Boeing 747-300 freighter has remained grounded at Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
KLM (KL) will make a final decision as to when its Jumbo jet operations will come to an end.
The new Boeing 747-8F will improve capacity and consume less fuel on flights between China and the Americas.