These Plane Tags show the classic tsurumaru livery or “crane circle” currently in use by Japan Airlines on a off white background from aurcraft reg: #JA8943 ecommissioned and stored at San Bernardino California January 2016.
This Boeing 777-346 Was built in Everett, Washington and delivered February 17, 1999 to Japan Airlines - The Official airline of Japan. These Plane Tags show the classic tsurumaru livery or “crane circle” currently in use by the airline. With a typical speed of 905 km/h at an altitude of 35,000 feet, this long range aircraft has the range of 6,000+ nautical miles with a maximum capacity of 550. Tail #JA8943 was decommissioned and stored at San Bernardino California January 2016.
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