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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Forty-eight years after they first took to the skies, the wide-bodied Boeing 747 are being retired as passenger planes and assigned for use primarily for carrying cargo. The last domestic flight of the Boeing 747 was expected to depart from Los Angel
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