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    • #3
      Very ugly wing! But that could just be the angle of the photo, apart from that, a nice and modern design!
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      • #4
        *turns on THE ROCK voice mod*
        FINALLLY...



        The Boeing Company...

        has launched...
        the 747Advanced.
        *turns off voice mod*
        Now, whoever it was that betted against me that the 747Adv would become the 747-8, pay those €50 .

        Also,note that it will have next-generation engines, which produce significantly less noise. Now, if that doesn't attract current 747 operators flying into LHR, I don't know what will.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bmiChris2k5
          Very ugly wing!
          Yeah, it also looks weird to me. Would there really be that much flexibility by the wing tip??

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          • #6
            Really glad to see the 747 remain.

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            • #7
              w00t! Finally. I cant wait to see that thing take to the skies!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by magic48
                Yeah, it also looks weird to me. Would there really be that much flexibility by the wing tip??
                No, looks like a new winglet design to me.
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                • #9
                  Now go and kick some ulgy A380 ass.

                  I hope they quickly get buyers for the passenger versions.
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                  • #10
                    Good luck to Boeing, waiting to see a full view rendering showing the wings'look
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by magic48
                      Yeah, it also looks weird to me. Would there really be that much flexibility by the wing tip??
                      It doesnt looka bad at all. The wing is more flexier than the one fitted on right now, and the winglet ? well it looks awesome. But the body doesnt look any longer like what have been announced from the normal 744F .
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                      • #12
                        Such awesome news for WA state and the industry overall. The 747 is a beautiful jet.

                        I'd guess that any forthcoming version of the 747 (passenger or cargo) would implement sliding doors such as those on the 777 versus the rotating doors previously used on older Boeing craft.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by John Paul
                          But the body doesnt look any longer like what have been announced from the normal 744F .
                          Ya that's true, even though you can only see half of it. Who knows what the whole body would look like...

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                          • #14
                            Awesome. Local news puts the orders value at $5billion (they can be very wrong)

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by wannabepilot777
                              BEUITUFUL WING, BEUTIFUL DESIGN
                              Yes It sure is .. Agree !!

                              Ya that's true, even though you can only see half of it. Who knows what the whole body would look like...
                              Okey Its not a real picture, Cant wait to see more images of these ..
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