MBI Publishing Company, 1998 - 128 pages
As the flagship of Boeing's fleet, the 747-400 is the world's largest airliner and the only 747 variant still in production. An update of the original 747, the 400 incorporates an advanced flight deck, a slew of new engine options, an expanded upper deck, and drag-reducing winglets.
In addition to guiding the reader through the 400 and its myriad options, this spectacular color history also examines the 747-400's design, production, customers, and service records. Complete coverage of proposals currently on the table for 747-500 and 747-600 series bring full circle the story of the 747's past and future.