Description of the aircraft
The Boeing 747-400 long-haul aircraft (Boeing 747-400) is perhaps the most popular and recognizable model for all Boeing aircraft. The plane is characterized by an increased number of passenger seats, a large range of flights, high comfort and a fundamentally new technical equipment.
Boeing 747-400 has a variety of options, including Boeing 747-400ER with increased range of flight, cargo passenger variant 747-400M and cargo variants 747-400F and 747-400SF.
For the first time, the Boeing 747-400 flew in 1989. It is able to carry out long-distance intercontinental flights and carry over 600 people aboard.
Characteristics of the airliner
Length of the aircraft: 70.65 m;
Aircraft Height: 19.40 m;
Wingspan: 64.40 m;
Wing area: 525.00 m;
Characteristics in the summer
Range of flight at maximum loading: 13570 km;
Maximum cruising speed: 915 km / h;
Run Run: 2185m;
Number of seats
Crew: 2 places;
Maximum (passenger): 594 seats;
In a two-class performance (passenger): 524 seats.
In the three-class performance (passenger): 416 seats.