Boeing announces 747-8 series

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  1. NM

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    So will we see this as part of the Qantas Christmas Purchase Plan?

    The Boeing Company today officially launched the new Boeing 747-8 program, which includes the 747-8 Intercontinental passenger airplane and the 747-8 Freighter airplane.
     

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    those wings look awfully flimsy
     
  3. Mal

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    Agree with Doot. Weird wings.

    Still, they are probably using martian materials to make the wings extra strong!

    The Qantas decision will be interesting to see. Just wish they'd make their mind up!
     
  4. NM

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    Got to be able to flap them hard enough to life the full load.
     
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