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| A visitor from - posted Thu February 4, 2016:|
The engines are RR RB211 classics.
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed August 12, 2015:|
This is odd. All -200 and -300 were changed to -400 long ago.
The Web-site says: 20 Boeing-474-400.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu February 21, 2013:|
Great to see Transaero plane in Texas. Transaero have already converted all their 747-200s into freighters, these oldies don't carry passengers anymore
| A visitor from - posted Fri June 29, 2012:|
Nice Photo! Wow Transaro in San Antonio! I like how the plane looks so scrunched!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri June 29, 2012:|
Lovlet very amazing
| A visitor from - posted Tue December 27, 2011:|
Great shot using a canon eos 350D
| A visitor from United States posted Tue June 28, 2011:|
Hmm...those engines look interesting. Probably PW but cant help the similarity to the progress d engines. Love the classics!
| A visitor from - posted Tue April 19, 2011:|
Transaero have outdone themselves with this one. It's their OLDEST airliner - 30 years old by now. They should rebrand into ScrapAir.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed June 30, 2010:|
Thats a big bird.