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The British really know how to make a educational and compelling documentary.
Intrepidation All thanks go to ze Germans...
Intrepidation the British gave credit to an American icon as an example of American exceptionalism
I have to say the queen of the sky is better looking than the A380.
then again the a350 and 330 and 340-600 is much more elegant than any of the boeings.
My most favorite Aircraft ever. Thank you for publishing the D-Check on this powerful Boeing 747-400 Aviation and engineering wonder that changed the world. It's amazing to see all the thousands of components, technology, engineering and proud technicians who make this huge flying machine run smoothly.
Proud to say i am an aircraft mechanic...
Thank you for making us travelers safe.
Cool for what company
If only the Wright Brothers could have seen this...
This is Flight this is American exceptionalism at its best
This is Flight they would cry for the plane and people of how did they make this ginat beast they would be amazed they would cry of amazed and thats how they might react if seeing this :-)
Im I the inly one that felt sad when they destroyed 747 at the scrapyard
Big hugs to all of you....:)
I don't care how old 747-400s are today! I'd much rather ride on a 747-400 for intercontinental international flights instead of a 787 or an A380!
I too, would rather patronize a 747 instead of a 787.
That's why you are an idiot
I flew on this BA747 tail #GCIVX from Seattle to London right after this video was published in 2012. I flew on it October of 2012. Very Beautiful plane and very special knowing that I flew on this exact plane.
I flew on G-CIVX from KSFO-EGLL
Christopher O'Riley I saw these same 747 in Seattle a few days ago am not kidding!
I don't understand why the US doesn't have very many interesting documentaries of this topic.
They're busy making 4k porn and no time for educational content.
I have to say, out of all the documentaries I've ever watched, this has to be one of the best ever.
Joey Stuka could you please recommend me more aircraft engineering documentaries like this?