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Question..

Wed Jan 12, 2000 2:54 am

Which was the tallest commercial airliner ever produced in production?

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Boeing727
 
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RE: Question..

Wed Jan 12, 2000 3:00 am

It was the 747SP and the tail reached 69 feet high. The 747 is about 5 feet shorter at 64 and the 777 is close to that at about 62 I think!
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RE: Question..

Wed Jan 12, 2000 3:35 am

the 747sp at 69 feet. second is the 747 at 64. third is the 777 at 62.
 
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RE: 79.3 FEET.

Wed Jan 12, 2000 10:07 am

SPRUCE GOOSE, 79.3 FEET, FROM BOTTOM OF FUSELAGE TO TOP OF TAIL.

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