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Picture of the Boeing 747-230BM aircraft

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More: Boeing 747-230BM
More: Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
More: USA - Massachusetts, Mid 1980's
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D-ABYR (cn 21643/352) Four 747's and one Air Canada 727 on a summer day in the mid 1980's.
More: Rudy Chiarello
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A visitor from United States posted Tue November 10, 2009:
Great photo! Brings back many fond memories. Those Northwest 747s served London-Gatwick and Glasgow. At the time NW was located at Terminal B however all International arrivals had to go through Terminal E which is why the NW planes are located here. After the passengers deplaned they would tow the aircraft over to Terminal B for the subsequent evening departures back to Europe. Today Amsterdam is the only European city served out of Boston by NW (Delta) using the A330.

A visitor from United States posted Wed November 4, 2009:
Northwest Orient 747's to CDG & LHR ? Great to wingtip company jumbos at the gate.

A visitor from - posted Tue November 3, 2009:
Terminal E has gone through alot of changes, still standing though. The "golf ball" ontop of the ATCT looks funny compared to the newer AMASS radar. Think they'll ever have 4 747's again?

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