The 747s, dc-8s and do-228s are World Airways charters. 747s represents the Seaboard world and dc-8s represents the flying tigers. The pacific carrier flies three weekly round trips and serves several islands with two Do 228s.
747s, DC-8s, and DO-228s are all models of different airplanes. The Boeing 747 is a four engine jet, used in passenger and cargo service worldwide. The 747 is also among the largest and heaviest aircraft built, only rivaled in size by a few jets built in Russia and Europe, and the heaviest cargo planes of the U.S. Air Force. The Douglas DC-8 is a four engine, narrow body medium size jet built from the late 1950s to the early 1970s and was used for passenger and cargo transport. There are a few DC-8s still in service today, mainly hauling cargo. The Dornier DO-228 is a twin engine turboprop airplane used in charter, commuter, and cargo operations. Compared to the 747 and DC-8, the DO-228 is small and slow, normally seating up to 19 passengers and cruising about half the speed of the jets.