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More: South Korea, January 28, 2009
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N747PA (cn 19639/2) "Juan T. Trippe", the second B747 in Boeing production line and the first B747 delivered to airline(Pan Am) is spending her rest life in Korea. She has been moved to here(east surbub of Seoul) in Jul.'00 and used as restaurant but it was closed and neglected for long time. So sadly its state is very bad...Wings are removed by Korean construction law and only fuselage is preserved with fake engines and wings. No. 2 engine intake is covered with food menu.
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A visitor from - posted Mon November 4, 2013:
They should paint it! :-(

A visitor from - posted Thu May 9, 2013:
And I was thinkin' it was Air Force One when I saw the thumbnail. So sad she ended like this. T.B.

A visitor from - posted Thu January 10, 2013:
I would love to see it in good conditions

A visitor from - posted Thu December 27, 2012:
THIS IS A VERY BIG SHAME! The real queen of skies shouldn't be treated like that! She must be in a museum so she can be seen in the next centuries. I never saw this one but I'm so sad to see the queen in this condition.

A visitor from - posted Thu August 25, 2011:
It's not there any more. The owner of this aircraft(building) demolished it several months ago. So sad...

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun May 22, 2011:
SHAME. its sad what the koreans did with this iconic aircraft,she was really the queen of the skies.

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sun May 22, 2011:
A sad end to a famous & historic aircraft. Given that Pan Am was one of the most recognisable airlines in the world, you'd think that they would've taken better care of it.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri May 20, 2011:
I thought the first 747 delivered to Pan Am was destroyed in the Tenerife accident with a KLM B747? Anyway, she does not deserve this...

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 14, 2010:
Great old plane. Too bad no buyers were found. Scrapped in place December 13th, 2010.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 13, 2010:
I also thought that its air force 1 :)but i am very sad to see its condition.

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 4, 2010:
Hey, I've eaten on that plane! Of course, it was flying and said Pan Am on the side of it back then!

A visitor from Brazil posted Mon March 8, 2010:
This historic 747-121 deserved to be preserved at a museum. Sad sight, because it is in a semi-derelict condition.

A visitor from Indonesia posted Sat October 24, 2009:
So sad to see the queen of the skies in this condition. she needs a better place.

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 27, 2009:
How could the Koreans take such bad care of an aircraft as famous as this one!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Mon April 6, 2009:
I just visited this site on the weekend and saw the interior. Unfortunately it's been allowed to decay as much on the inside as on the outside.

A visitor from Germany posted Tue February 10, 2009:
I bet she is remembering the times when she was flying, still crying bout that

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Wed February 4, 2009:
Nice shot. I want to go this restaurant but there is so far that i can`t visit this area..

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 3, 2009:
That poor queen, she needs a good home

A visitor from Mauritius posted Tue February 3, 2009:
What a shame..and too think that's probably going to happen to the new A380's we keep waiting too see.

A visitor from Germany posted Tue February 3, 2009:
For me it looks a bit like Air Force One!

A visitor from Canada posted Tue February 3, 2009:
Looks like Air Force One :P

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 3, 2009:
A legendary jet

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Tue February 3, 2009:
What a Sad End For a Legend ... Great Shot Dear Yunjin ( Atabak - your Friend From iran )

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Tue February 3, 2009:
It looks like Air Force One. But a much worse one...

A visitor from Germany posted Tue February 3, 2009:
The colour scheme looks very similar to the air force one

A visitor from - posted Tue February 3, 2009:
It's so sad!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue February 3, 2009:
What a sad sight ... an aircraft that would deserve a nice and dry place inside a museum in old PAA color... I wish I had the money

A visitor from Germany posted Mon February 2, 2009:
Great, when I saw this pic in smaller form I thought I would be Air Force 1 :D

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