Description of the aircraft
The long-haul airliner Boeing 747-300 (Boeing 747-300) was designed to observe at that time an outdated Boeing 747-200 model. A distinctive feature of the early models was the elongated upper deck, which allowed a significant increase in the number of passenger seats. Boeing 747-300 was produced before 1990, while Boeing 747-400 did not come to its place, fundamentally different from the new avionics and engines.
There is a cargo-passenger modification Boeing 747-300M with an additional cargo door and 747-300SR - the plane is designed for small distances.
Characteristics of the airliner
Length of the aircraft: 70.69 m;
Height of the aircraft: 19.50 m;
Wingspan: 59.60 m;
Wing area: 510.95 m;
Characteristics in the summer
Range of flight at maximum loading: 11800 km;
Maximum cruising speed: 910 km / h;
Run Run: 1890m;
Number of seats
Crew: 2 places;
Maximum (passenger): 594 seats;
In a two-class performance (passenger): 496 seats.
In the three-class performance (passenger): 412 seats.