United Airlines (UAL) is retiring its double-decker Boeing (BA) 747-400 jumbo jet at the end of 2017. The airline previously planned to move the jet out of service at the end of 2018. This comes as more fuel-efficient planes, like the Boeing 777 and 787 Dreamliner, take center stage in the industry. United has 20 747s in its fleet, which can seat 374 passengers.
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