Al Al and sky art "painting" farewell to 747 aircraft
48年后，艾尔·艾尔（El Al）即将退役其747机队-再见，以色列的国家航母使用飞行跟踪器在地中海上空“牵引”飞机。周日当地时间上午10点从罗马出发，波音747巨型客机飞过一次飞行路线，以塑造纪念艾尔·艾尔（Al Al）最后一次商业飞行747的形状。就快结束了。
48 years later, El Al is retiring his 747 fleet - Goodbye, Israel's national aircraft carrier uses a flight tracker to "tow" aircraft over the Mediterranean. Departing from Rome at 10 a.m. local time on Sunday, the Boeing 747 jumbo flew over a flight route to shape the shape of the 747 in memory of Al al's last commercial flight. It's almost over.
According to the airline, spray painting began two hours after flight ly1747 took off, when it flew over southern Cyprus. According to flight tracking service flightradar 24, flight ly1747 dropped to 10000 feet to start making art, and the flight recorded the trip in a series of images posted on its twitter feed.
According to the tracker, the plane flew for nearly four hours before landing in Tel Aviv. The first Boeing 747, known as the "sky queen," made its first flight on February 9, 1969. A year later, the plane began serving Pan American World Airlines; since then, it has been a passenger's favorite.
Boeing's 747 jumbo jet has changed the way it travels. Although many airlines are replacing its passenger 747 with a bigger, more advanced, and more efficient twin engine aircraft, nearly 500 of them are still flying. In the past 50 years, Al al said, it has flown many different 747 models with jets, but is now replacing it with a new 787 Dreamliner fleet.