25 October 2013
The Boeing 747 may be nearing the end of the line because Boeing has cut production twice in six months due to lack of sales. Airlines reportedly are more interested in newer two-engine jets that need less fuel. It also is too big for many routes, as it has more seats than airlines can usually fill. However, Boeing is not giving up on the line yet, and even if the passenger version is no longer desirable, the freighter version could survive longer. (Image Credit: Boeing)
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