When I searched for photo's of it, I noticed it's type is 747-428M.
Does that mean it is a Combi?
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|Quoting Varig_dc10 (Reply 2):|
During the flight I had a walk around the aircraft and it didn't seem like there was any space left for cargo at the back.
|Quoting Avianca (Reply 3):|
just some airlines still use the aircrafts as combies (Air India, KLM, OZ, KE, Air Angola (I hope that is the correct name) etc.)
|Quoting Sevenheavy (Reply 4):|
you can generally tell a combi by the inclusion of a large square cargo door aft of the L4 passenger door.
|Quoting Varig_dc10 (Reply 5):|
Pressume it was removed when the aircraft was converted to full passenger configuration
|Quoting Varig_dc10 (Reply 7):|
Wouldn't they save money in the long run, by not having to maintain the side cargo door?
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