Happy 50th Anniversary
50 years ago the revolutionary 747 made its debut in Seattle at Boeing’s Factory. The 747 at the time almost caused Boeing to go bankrupt, but today the 747 is remarked as a revolutionary aircraft that changed the way we travel. Soon the Queen of the Skies will be retiring, leaving a trail of revolutionary widebodies in its wake such as the 777, DC-10, and the A330.
Join me on my flight out of Seattle to the launch customer’s (Pan Am) main hub, John F. Kennedy airport. I know this is very late to create an event, but I feel it will still be worth it.
Aircraft: Any 747 Variant
Flight Time 5 hours (Estimate)
Block Fuel 46346 kgs
Climb 2500 to 10,000 Feet. 1600 to 37,000
Speed 240 to 10,000 Feet. 300 to 37,000 Feet.
Cruise 37,000 Feet at Mach 0.85
October 6, 2018 9:00 PM → October 7, 2018 2:30 AM
Please Copy Red 5’s Flight Plan. Gates at pilot’s discretion. Please use a realistic gate for your aircraft. Pattern and runways at controllers discretion. Please be professional and patient.
Hi, this should be in #live:events.
Hey, cool concept for your come back event, but as mentioned, please use the correct format as posted by @Luke_Sta
Done, thanks for reminding me, been a long time since my last event.
I would also say that you should put events at least 2 weeks in advance to give people a chance sign up. Thank you.
I realize, i added a note about it.
Great idea for an event.
I highly recommend u push the date back as u will probably end up with more attendees by doing so
The event is tormorrow and u will not get lots of people to join probably
1 hour until departure, if nobody joins it will be postponed.
Im already flying a 747. Lol im almost done flying KRDU to EIDW
This Event Has Been Postponed
This event will now take place on October 6, 2018 11:00 PM (Europe: Paris), October 6, 2018 2:00 PM (America: Los Angeles) → October 7, 2018 4:30 AM (Europe: Paris), October 6, 2018 7:30 PM (America: Los Angeles).
Hopefully more people will be able to attend.
Can you change it to Sunday the 7th? I’m doing demos in the Miramar air show Saturday and I would like to try to attend this.
Aren’t all the 747s built at Everett,not Sea-Tac? Plus the original one is on display at the Museum of Flight next to Boeing Field.
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