Confesso que não fazia ideia.
The one-thousand four-hundred and nineteenth Boeing 747 left Building 40-22 yesterday evening, the same way one-thousand four-hundred and eighteen 747s did before it. The aircraft, a 747-400ERF is the final -400 to come off the assembly line. The side of the airplane declares that it is the second 747 freighter for LoadAir cargo in Kuwait, though its predecessor, the 1st 747-400ERF for LoadAir, is painted completely white and wears an US N-registration as it waits on the Everett flight line for an operator. The future for this aircraft, built under the backdrop of a global collapse in air cargo traffic, is quite uncertain.
As Line 1419 departed the 747 final assembly line, the 787 fatigue test airframe (ZY998) rolled back into the factory for additional structural rework. ZY998 joins ZA003 on the 747 line as the first 747-8F (LN1420) is in the wing laydown process in preparation for final assembly later this year.
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