United Airlines pushing up retirement of iconic Boeing 747

Wednesday, 11 January 2017  (6 days ago)
United Airlines is speeding up the phase-out of the iconic Boeing 747 from its fleet. United President Scott Kirby, in a blunt but nonetheless rather wistful memo this morning, told employees the carrier will phase out the last of the massive planes from its fleet earlier than previously announced. The last Boeing 747s will now...

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