Airlines operating Boeing 747 airplanes

The Boeing 747 is the world's first long-range, double-deck, wide-body passenger aircraft. The Boeing Group manufactures the Boeing 747. The first flight of the Boeing 747 took place on February 9, 1969. The aircraft entered service on January 22, 1970. The main operators are Atlas Air (50 planes), UPS Airlines (39 planes), Cargolux (30 planes), Lufthansa (27 planes). A total of 1,569 airplanes have been produced. There are several different variants of the Boeing 747, most of which can make long-range flights.

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