Bauhinia Air 747-100 (Deluxe Liner)
The Boeing 747-100 is the founder of long-haul travel for Bauhinia Air. The airplane was considered a luxury, equipped with throne seats in First Class, an onboard bar on the upper level and onboard entertainment performed by the cabin crew. The 747-100 was introduced in 1971 and stayed in service until 1997 when the last 5 were replaced by A330-200s. When retired the planes were flying routes such as HKG - London, Paris, Rome and Milan.