Aviation Photo #1817545 Boeing 747-8R7F/SCD - Cargolux

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First visit of the the 747-8F to Boston.
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    Rudy Chiarello
    Cargolux
    Boeing 747-8R7F/SCD
    Boeing 747-8
    Boeing 747-8
    Boeing
    35807
    1424
    N5573S
    Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International
    Massachusetts
    USA
    November 14, 2010
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Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot, Rudy! - Dan
Anonymous
8 years ago
Well done Rudy. Looks very clean and modernized! -Ron
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow, it is BIG!! Nice shot, can't wait to see this beauty at ELLX
Anonymous
8 years ago
The smaller upper deck makes it look like a 747-200F at a glance
Anonymous
8 years ago
One elegant lady!!! Tony
Anonymous
8 years ago
Such an ugly beast! :-s
I totally prefer a 744 than a 748. I find it to disproportionated!
Nevertheless, great shot! nice angle!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Engines.i like the new engines and the improvement boeing made,but indeed i think the 748i will look better with the bigger upper deck.But she is big and nice the good old 747.
Anonymous
8 years ago
This model is the 747-8f freighter and has the smaller classic upper deck crown. The 747-8i Intercontinental will have the stretched upper deck crown.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice overall picture. really captures how much longer this airplane is in comparison with the b747-400. the 747-8f is 220 inches (5.58 meters) longer. the engines -GEnx-2b- are big and mean looking. this is one handsome plane!

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