A 1989 photo shows a Boeing 747, operated by American Airlines, taxiing at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
A 1989 photo shows a Boeing 747, operated by American Airlines, taxiing at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. Star-Telegram archives
A 1989 photo shows a Boeing 747, operated by American Airlines, taxiing at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. Star-Telegram archives

Once the queen of the skies, the 747 will soon be just a flying truck

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