Monday, 5 March 2012

Seven Star Boeing Jumbo

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Boeing has handed over the first passenger version of its upgraded 747 to a secret VIP customer, who immediately sent the plane along to a modification centre to transform it into the 'jewel of the sky'.
The delivery of the 747-8 Intercontinental - Boeing's largest and most recognisable commercial airplane - caps a development delay of more than a year.
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Boeing, the world's second-largest plane-maker, marked the milestone with an understated ceremony, keeping the media at arm's length to safeguard the identity of its customer.
The first airline set to receive the plane is Germany's Deutsche Lufthansa AG, which has ordered 20. Boeing has not set a delivery date for Lufthansa's first Intercontinental.
The Intercontinental incorporates some of the technology of the lightweight, carbon-composite 787 Dreamliner.
It can seat 467 passengers, 51 more than the current version of the 747, but fewer than the competing 525-seat A380.
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By some estimates, the new 747-8 is 8 to 10 tonnes overweight.
Elizabeth Lund, 747 program manager, acknowledged the plane is heavier than originally planned. But she said a redesigned wing makes up for the weight in terms of performance.
Additional weight can reduce the distance a plane can fly or the amount of cargo it can carry.
The freighter version of the 747-8 was first delivered in October. Orders for the freighter have been strained by an economic downturn that has dampened cargo markets.
Boeing made first delivery of its 787 Dreamliner last year after three years of delays. The 787 represents a bigger leap in technology than the 747-8.

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