The Queen of the Skies Says Good-Bye to Frisco, America – No More Boeing 747 Flights from Domestic Carriers as of November 7th 2017

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As seen from Lincoln Park…

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And Lafayette:

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You might still see some remaining fuel-hungry 747’s from a few foreign carriers, from the military, like Air Force One, and there will be cargo flights for a good long time, but passenger service has pretty much died out in 2017.

United Airlines’s SFO hub has been the last holdout…

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2 Responses to “The Queen of the Skies Says Good-Bye to Frisco, America – No More Boeing 747 Flights from Domestic Carriers as of November 7th 2017”

  1. Plinnie D'Eldar says:

    So people are reserving seats and just taking a flight for the sake of declaring they took one of the last 747 flights in the USA?
    …and yet it still takes over 6 hrs. NYC (I know fighting Le Jet Stream) to SFO. When will they actually speed up the flights so Deep Vein Thrombosis won’t become endemic?

  2. sfcitizen says:

    There’s talk of private jets going supersonic in a few years, but I don’t think it will happen. All prior attempts to go supersonic commercially have failed

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