Aviation Photo #1854620 Boeing 747-446D - Japan Airlines - JAL

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Engine start up in Winter morning. This winter is the final winter season for JAL's B744.
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    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
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    Tokyo - Haneda International
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    January 16, 2011
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Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow...is that safe?
Anonymous
8 years ago
And the MD90 behind it too!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice remembering of 744... A306, MD-90, MD-80, what's next ?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Must be the first 744 I've seen without wing tips!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot. I will miss the 744 when it's gone , especially with it's JAL red tail. :( Somebody noticed that this 744 does not have winglets?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wonderful photo, but is it normal for a start up to be that much "smoky"?
Anonymous
8 years ago
The 744D doesn't have any winglets ;) thats nothing unusual
Anonymous
8 years ago
Interesting photo. The -400D designation denotes "Domestic" and is only for the Japanese market. According to Boeing-747.com, "The aircraft is capable of seating a maximum of 568 passengers in a 2-class configuration or 660 passengers in a single-class configuration. The -400D lacks the wing tip extensions and winglets included on other variants, allowing for increased number of takeoffs and landings by lowering wing stresses. The benefits of winglets would be minimal on short routes."
Anonymous
8 years ago
...excuse me...stop that...this is a non-smoking flight if you please!

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