ABC Boeing 747-400
When it first rolled off the assembly line in the 1960s, the Boeing 747 took on the mantle of the largest commercial airliner in the world, a position it has still to relinquish after more than 30 years. The 747-400 model is the latest and largest in Boeing's evolution of the giant. Its story is told here. Including numerous pictures, it is the latest in the popular abc series of airliner and airline books.
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