Fat Albert is the 100th 747 built. Just as an adendum to my earlier posts, I now believe that Al never made it to 100,000 hours, though if Braniff had not gone under it certainly might have. But after Braniff shutdown the previously mentioned Sabena 747 was the 747 accumlating hours at the fastest rate.
CFalk, the 747 you say may or may not have been Al. They did also have one 747-200B of their own, plus (I believe 2 SPs). They also leased several other 747s for short periods throughout the 70's. But Al certainly did do DFW-LGW in addition to its regular Hawaii run.
Stop drop and roll will not save you in hell. --- seen on a church marque in rural Virginia