Boeing 747 Capacity

The Boeing 747 capacity varies, depending on the variant. The 747-100B has a capacity of 366 (3-class), as does the 747-200B. The 747-300 has a capacity of 412 (3-class). The 747-400 capacity is 416 (3-class). The 747-8I has a capacity of 467 (3-class).

Technical Specifications (747-8I)

The 747 is 250 ft 2 in (76.25 m) long. The cabin has an interior width of 20 feet (6.1 m). This is the same as the other 747 variants. The wingspan is 224 ft 7 in (68.5 m). The tail height is 63 ft 6 in (19.4 m). The operating empty weight is 472,900 lb (214,503 kg). The maximum takeoff weight is 975,000 lb (442,253 kg).

The speed is Mach 0.855 (570 mph, 918 km/h, 495 kn). This is at an attitude of 35,000 feet. The runway required at MTOW is 10,138 ft (3,090 m). The 747-8I’s maximum fuel capacity is 64,225 U.S. gal (53,478 imp gal/243,120 L). The engines are (x 4) are GEnx-2B67. The engine thrust (per engine is 66,500 lbf (296 kN).

Technical Specifications (747-400)

As stated earlier, the Boeing 747 capacity of this model is 416 (3-class). It is 231 ft 10 in (70.6 m) long. It has a wingspan of 211 ft 5 in (64.4 m).

The total wing area is 6027.78 ft2 (560 m2) and the aspect ratio is 7.4. The tail is 63 ft 8 in (19.4 m) high. The operating empty weight is 393,263 lb (178,756 kg). The maximum takeoff weight is 875,000 lb (396,890 kg).

The cruising speed is Mach 0.85 (567 mph, 913 km/h, 493 kn). This is at 35,000 feet. The top speed is Mach 0.92 (614 mph, 988 km/h, 533 kn). The runway needed is 9,902 ft (3,018 m). The maximum range is 7,260 nmi (13,450 km). The maximum fuel capacity is 57,285 U.S. gal (47,700 imp gal/216,840 L).

Technical Specifications (747-100B)

The plane is 231 ft 10 in (70.6 m) long. The wingspan is 195 ft 8 in (59.6 m) and the total wing area is 5499.82 ft2 (510.95 m2). The tail is 63 ft 5 in (19.3 m) high. The operating empty weight is 358,000 lb (162,400 kg). The maximum takeoff weight is 735,000 lb (333,390 kg)

The Boeing 747 capacity continues to increase as variants have been modified. However, Boeing has plans to retire the 747 fleet. It is staled to be replaced by the Boeing Y3 at an unspecified date. Some retired 747s are now kept in museums.

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