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Boeing Dreamlifter (N249BA)
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Boeing Dreamlifter (N249BA)



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Temple Brown
So the 747 just wasn't Big enough??? LoL! Gotta love it.
Michael Wulfsohn
I feel sorry for it... Its been forced into cruel servitude and involuntary obesity! Its not a very "happy"looking 747 (100 or 200?).
frank theriault
Jumbo on steroids. LOL!
Andre Blanchard
It has a major gas bubble ;) Great pic for sure
Monster plane!
Bob Hackney
This ac started service as a -400. This & three other -400s were modified to (LCFs) Large Cargo Freighters to transport Boeing 787 structural sections (wings, fuselage sections, etc.) from Italy, Charleston, Wichita & Japan) to the 787 assembly lines in Charleston & Everett. ac tail #s N747BC, N780BA, N749 BA & N718BA
Bob Hackney
one more time ...this s/b ac N249BA
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