You mean Tenerife and 2 B747 ?
That's the accident yes
One of those planes was incredibly unlucky; it was also the first 747 to be hijacked.
True, but that's not the right answer!
Those planes were the same (I mean two B 747)
Also true, but yet again not the right answer
I think thats your question is too big (too open). Can you specify it?
One of the two involved airframes holds a historic mark on its name.
PanAm B 747 Clipper Victor ?
You got me wrong, it has thing to do with the name itself, one of the two planes was involved in a significant event in the past. And yes it was the Clipper Victor
So, wich plane was used in the movie "Spies like us"?
Not this one
It was the first Boeing 747 to operate a scheduled commercial service?
Yes! That's what I was looking for
Yeah ! So now its time for my question. (I already asked it but in the wrong time). So wich plane was used in the movie "Spies like us"? (sorry, but i didn't understood You then) Made in Google translate. May contain errors
I do not understand...One of those planes was hijacked, the first 747 to be hijacked, but the hijacking had nothing to do with the accident, as the hijacking happened well before tenerife.
Perhaps this link will clear things up:
I don't think he was suggesting the hijacking had anything to do with the incident, was just stating that the aircraft wasn't very lucky, having been hijacked and involved in the world's largest air traffic incident...
I'm well aware of the disaster, yes. The question asked for something special about one of the airframes involved, which necessarily had to have happened before the airframe was destroyed at Tenerife.
It was the first Boeing 747 to operate a scheduled commercial service.