All Nippon Airways Boeing 747-400 retirement from their fleet
March 31, 2014
The final 747-400 operated by All Nippon Airways flew the last flight on NH126 Naha to Tokyo(Haneda).
The aircraft was used for JA8961. This aircraft handled the last commercial flight for ANA 747-400.
All Nippon Airways introduced fot total 23 747-400 series between the 1990 to 2000.
11 of 747-400 was selected for domestic type (747-481D) and two of 747-400 (JA401A,JA402A) was converted to 747-400D in 2003.
ANA started retirement for 747-400 in 2007. The first retirement aircraft was JA8094 (First 747-400 of ANA)
All of the International type 747-400 was retirement in March 2011. The final aircraft was JA8958.
ANA was operated 747-400 only for domestic routes since JA8958 retirement.
This time All Nippon Airways decided to say goodbye for 747-400 and end of their Jumbo Jet history.
So many spotters came to the Haneda Airport to see the last flight.
Good bye 747, And Thank you for a lot of memories.