There will be a few last chances to see and even take part in the final Delta 747 flights – the last to be flown by any U.S. passenger airline.
Customers and employees began saying their goodbyes to the airline’s Boeing 747 fleet as the aircraft operated its final Tokyo-Narita to Honolulu flight.
Delta also expanded its change fee waiver to include Atlanta, as the storm’s projected path places the storm there early next week.
Delta celebrates opening of '747' exhibit
Employees from across the airline welcomed media as well as local and state officials to Tuesday’s unveiling of the Delta Flight Museum’s latest addition – the “747 Experience” exhibit . The exhibit...
Ribbon cutting at 747 Experience exhibit
The public exhibit in Atlanta features retired Delta Ship 6301, the first 747-400 to take flight, to honor the legacy of the historic aircraft.
With the retired 747-400 in position, a planned outdoor plaza, elevator and stair access to the main deck will be built around it.
The Boeing Company is celebrating its centennial today, marking a storied history of aerospace innovation very much intertwined with Delta’s decades of operations. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines...
This video captures reactions from employees and spectators on Ship 6301’s final journey home. Delta’s famous retired jet, the first Boeing 747-400 aircraft manufactured for a commercial airline,...
Anticipation was in the air on Saturday morning as Ship 6301 made its final trip to the Atlanta G.O. campus in preparation for the Delta Flight Museum's latest aircraft exhibit. Delta’s famous...