Air Force Selects B747-8 to Replace Air Force One

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    At the end of January the US Air Force announced that it was going with Boeing’s 787-8 aircraft to replace the two VC-25s (specially configured Boeing 747-200Bs) that currently operate Air Force one. It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise since the Air Force said they wanted four engines to provide an extra margin of flight... Read full article The post Air Force Selects B747-8 to Replace Air Force One appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.

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