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New Qantas museum exhibit recalls the 747 ‘space’ age

A replica of a 1970s Boeing 747-200 first-class inflight lounge installed in the Qantas Founders Museum harkens back to a time when flying was expensive but still a spacious adventure.

The custom-made replica was built for the airline’s centenary safety video and will feature in the main exhibition hall of the museum in Longreach, Queensland.

It was built to scale using original aircraft wall panels taken from a retired Qantas 747-200 in the Mojave Desert and features meticulously recreated fabrics and the vivid colors of the decade.

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Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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