Questions tagged [boeing-dreamlifter]

A heavily-modified Boeing 747 variant used by Boeing to transport pieces of Boeing 787s from place to place.

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Is a supertransporter considered a different aircraft type than the one it is derived from?

By supertransporter I mean the SuperGuppy (derived from the Stratocruiser), the B747LCF dreamlifter, the A300-600ST, the airbus beluga XL, and any other aircraft whose role is to transport so large ...
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Why is the Beluga chartered out for oddball missions, but not the Dreamlifter?

Both Airbus and Boeing have special outsize-cargo freighters for transporting large pieces of airliner; Airbus has five Belugas (derived from the A300), while Boeing uses four Dreamlifters (...
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How were large pieces of the A300-600ST and the B747LCF transported?

I will present my reflection based on the Airbus A300-600ST Beluga and I suppose the reflection is the same with the Boeing B747LCF Dreamlifter: The A300-600ST was built because its predecessor (the ...