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I have to say, out of all the documentaries I've ever watched, this has to be one of the best ever.
If only the Wright Brothers could have seen this...
It's because of this video I know what I want to do when I leave school...
The worst part about testing an escape slide is folding it back up again lol
Im I the inly one that felt sad when they destroyed 747 at the scrapyard
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.
my fav and i loved flying with 747. too bad many airlines are phasing this beauty out
Reminds me: I need to go to the doctor to get my "D" check
Iconic aircraft, and BA the worlds largest 747 operator. Makes you proud to be British!!
This airplane is very elegant. It makes me a little bit sad BA hasn't ordered the 747-8 for passengers yet.
I love aviation in my eyes it is one of our greatest achievements as a species, the 747 is a testament to that achievement, although i do like a good old DC-9
In my humble opinion the 747`s are and will be the best aircraft.
the 747=8 uses carbon composite instead of steel which is 30% lighter and that means faster travel and less expense on fuel
The British really know how to make a educational and compelling documentary.
As a career aviation mechanic, I must say this is the best video production of its kind that I have ever seen. Very well done. Regards from Florida.
I fly 747 400 for 2 time and I really love the bussisnes class
That seat tester guy would hate flying for real, he would just feel like he was at work for 14 hours straight
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.
Put me on a 747 before I age.