Which airlines still use the 747?

Which airlines still use the 747?

If you haven’t flown on the 747, here are the other passenger airlines that still fly them

  • Air China.
  • Air India.
  • Asian Airlines.
  • Korean air.
  • Lufthansa.
  • MahanAir.
  • Rossia Airlines.
  • Others.

When did they stop making Boeing 747s?

Boeing has announced that production of the iconic 747 will end in 2022 as falling customer demand and weak sales for its latest variant have become the final nail in the coffin for the aging aircraft lineup. The 747 was the first four-engine, double-deck passenger aircraft to hit the skies.


Is the Boeing 747 still in the air?

The airline had only brought back the two quad jets, officially decommissioned in March, to help with cargo efforts. Australian flag carrier Qantas also retired its 747s earlier this year. After more than 50 years of history, Boeing has announced that it will stop all production of the 747 once final (cargo) deliveries have been made.

Who are the commercial operators of the Boeing 747?

This is a list of current commercial operators of the Boeing 747 and one of its variants. Atlas Air is the largest user with 39 Boeing 747s in its fleet. Lufthansa is the world’s largest operator of Boeing 747-8i.

Are there still 747s flying for Lufthansa?

Lufthansa now owns a third of the world’s 747 passengers. After BA’s retirement, the majority of the 747s – 28 airframes or 32% of all remaining 747 passengers to be precise – fly for Lufthansa. 19 of them are the 747-8. Some of these remain quite active.

When did Air France start using the Boeing 747?

Air France Boeing 747-300 on March 2, 1999. The Boeing 747-400 DQ-FJK (Vanua Levu Island) in 2013. The aircraft also served with Singapore Airlines and Ansett Australia. Boeing data through end of December 2020.