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United Airlines will say so long to its iconic Boeing 747 fleet with a final flight Nov. 7 from San Francisco to Honolulu. United's last international Boeing 747 flight is scheduled from Seoul to San Francisco on Oct. 29. United has been flying its remaining 747 aircraft on international routes.
In advance of United Airlines' expected debut of a new inflight safety video, the Chicago-based carrier's Star Alliance partner Singapore Airlines is offering a sneak peek at its version of the travelogue-themed safety video that looks to be a wave of the future in the airline industry. Highly-regarded, Skytrax five-star-rated Singapore Airlines has long been in the vanguard of trendsetters in the airline industry. The new Singapore in-flight video takes viewers on an elegantly-realized, visually-stimulating journey to some of the island nation's most iconic and impressive sights, even while it is managing to make clear the important safety information passengers need to know before take-off.
United Airlines, as promised, will say so long one last time to the iconic Boeing 747s in its fleet with a festive — and very retro — final scheduled Flight 747 on Nov. 7 from San Francisco (SFO) to Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL). United in recent months has only been flying its remaining 747 aircraft on international routes. United said today that final flight will recreate the very first scheduled United Boeing 747 flight on July 23, 1970 from San Francisco to Honolulu.