Imagine waking up one day to see a giant 747 aircraft sitting outside of your window. Abandoned in a nearby suburb, the Clipper Juan T. Trippe makes this a reality for a few lucky citizens of Seoul, Korea.
The Clipper Juan T. Trippe was actually the second Boeing 747 to ever be built, and in a past life was operated by the now defunct Pan Am. Apparently the plan was to redesign the plane as a restaurant… let’s just say it didn’t come to fruition.
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