A Boeing 747-400 LCD (aka Dreamlifter) at Paine Field. Image: Bernie Leighton.

A Boeing 747-400 LCF (aka Dreamlifter) at Paine Field. Image: Bernie Leighton.

The Boeing 747-400 is already a large plane. When converted into a Dreamlifter, it only gets bigger. But this amazing aerial photo of N747BC, one of the four Dreamlifters built, makes it look a bit small.

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Daniel Dafoe

@Mike H

… except that the Dreamlifters are operated by Atlas Air. Evergreen may actually be going out of business in the near future (loss of military contracts and indeed the Dreamlifter contract too).

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