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A Boeing 747-400 Home Project
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Web Site Construction Notes:
Last update 5 December 2017.
This site is currently being extensively restructured and new content developed. The primary purpose of this home page is to provide links to numerous task category pages, each of which will provide significant detail concerning a specific aspect of the project. The goal is to provide efficient access to up to date logistics information so everyone involved can coordinate their activities optimally. Hopefully most pages will also provide conversation areas which will enable logged-in project participants to provide and exchange information real time.
• An important Boeing 747-400 specifications reference: 747-400 Airport Planning Specs
• The Vision and Rationale.
• Project Overview.
• Project Details.
• Logistics Summary. *
• Logistics Notes Addendum.
• Airline Partnership.
• Aircraft Acquisition. *
• Site Acquisition and Partnerships. *
• Site Infrastructure Design and Fabrication. *
• Ferry Flight. *
• Touchdown and Taxi. *
• Ramp Service. *
• Tow to Site. *
• Engine Removal. *
• Initial Utility Connections. *
• Aircraft Modifications. *
• Public Opening. *
• Public Events. *
* These pages have no significant content yet.
A 747-200 home daughter project in America: 747AirplaneHome.com
The background step, an exercise in developing concepts and experience: HikoukiIe.com / AirplaneHome.com
"These results [his experiments] underscore the importance of shedding familiar ways of thinking in order to gain insight, Siegler contends, whether through personal intuitive force or by changing the structure of a problem." Robert S. Siegler of Carnegie Mellon University, as reported by Bruce Bower, Science News, 30 October 1999, Vol 156, No. 18, page 282.
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