One of the most popular requests we’ve had recently is to add a Boeing 747 Routes Page which tracks all of the known scheduled passenger routes operated by the remaining Boeing 747 operators.
Well, now we’ve added one! The link is here:
Remember to bookmark it!
Alongside our popular Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 routes pages, we’ll endeavour to keep this as up-to-date as possible. But as always, we rely on input from you good people if you spot something that is incorrect, or a route which is missing.
Sadly the Boeing 747 is disappearing from our skies at a rapid rate. There are very few classics flying, and none in passenger service apart from Mahan Air’s sole 747-3B3(M).
At the time of writing, British Airways, KLM and Lufthansa are the largest operators of the 747-400, but all are planning their retirements in coming years. Plus, we’ll soon see the likes of QANTAS retire theirs.
We’ve included the 747-8 in the list as there are relatively few flying, and it is interesting to know where they are flown if you do feel like taking a flight on one.
A350 and 787 Route Pages
In case you didn’t know, we also keep a list of routes operated by these two modern types.
As requested by readers, we have now made these downloadable. So you can save an easily-searchable spreadsheet to your computer for finding information on where the aircraft fly.
Find the pages here: