Founded in 2017, Georgian airline GeoSky carries cargo around the world with three Boeing 747-200Fs. From their homebase in Georgia, the aircraft fly regularly to Europe and to Asia. The Boeing 747-200 is the improved version of the Boeing 747-100 aircraft type. The first order for the 747-200 was placed by KLM on December 19, 1968.
Nowadays it is rare to see this aircraft flying. On July 8, GeoSky’s 747-200 to Schiphol Airport arrived full of cargo from Tbilisi, Georgia. On a sunny afternoon, the aircraft landed on runway 18R and departed again two hours later back to Tbilisi. The 747 has the registration 4L-GEO and used to fly for British Airways and others.
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