After 53 years of non-stop production, aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced the completion of the last unit of the 747 models, which shall be delivered to her buyers in January of 2023.
A District of Columbia Court Tuesday filed a request before Argentine authorities to confiscate the Venezuelan-Iranian Boeing 747-300 freighter aircraft grounded at Buenos Aires' Ezeiza international airport, it was reported.
The Argentine federal judge investigating the suspected underlying reasons for the Venezuelan-flagged Boeing 747-300 cargo airplane banned from leaving the country Thursday acquiesced to a request from the United States to bring over the aircraft, which is also under investigation there.
Scores of supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro Tuesday staged a rally across the streets of Caracas to demand that Argentina's judiciary releases Emtrasur's Boeing 747-300 cargo aircraft seized at Buenos Aires' Ezeiza International Airport.
A Venezuelan-registered Boeing 747 red-flagged by the United States has been seized at Buenos Aires' Ezeiza airport, after which Argentine authorities kept the passports of the seventeen crewmembers.
The era of the Superjumbo is coming to an end as the last Airbus A380 ever built has taken off for the first test flight time, departing from the company's headquarters in Toulouse, France, headquarters on Thursday.
British Airways, the world's largest operator of Boeing's 747, said it would retire its entire jumbo jet fleet with immediate effect due to the downturn in the travel industry caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Delta Air Lines was the last company to retire the Boeing 747 to replace it with smaller and more fuel efficient aircraft
President-elect Donald Trump urged the government on Tuesday to cancel an order with Boeing Co for a revamped Air Force One, one of the most prominent symbols of the U.S. presidency, saying costs were out of control. It was the latest example of Trump using his podium, often via Twitter messages, to rattle companies and foreign countries as he seeks to shake up business as usual in Washington.