Boeing 747-400 Combi

The Boeing Model 747-400 Combi is a long-range cargo and passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. The Boeing 747-400 Combi is a modification of the 747-400 model with a cargo door located on the port side, which could be used in a passenger or cargo-passenger configuration, with passengers and cargo separated by a movable or removable bulkhead.

The Boeing 747-400 Combi, as well as on some other models, is equipped with a Digital Computer-aided Control System (DADC), a Self-Monitoring System (FMS), and an Inertial Navigation System (IRS) from Honeywell, one of the world leaders in this area. The aircraft was first shown in 1985. The first aircraft arrived for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. In total, 144747 Combi modifications were built, of which 58 747-400 Combi.

Specifications

  • Modification: Boeing 747-400 Combi
  • Wingspan, m: 64.40
  • The length of the aircraft, m: 70.70
  • The height of the aircraft, m: 19.40
  • Wing Area, m2: 560.00
  • Weight kg: empty equipped aircraft 176200; maximum take-off 396890
  • Engine type: 4 turbofan General Electric CF6-80C2B5F (Pratt Whitney PW4062)
  • Draft, kgf: 4 x 27945 (28710)
  • Maximum speed, km / h: 965
  • Cruising speed, km / h: 910
  • Practical range, km: 13360
  • Crew: 2
  • Payload: 410 passengers in a 3-class configuration or 266 passengers and 7 cargo compartments for 14 LD-1 containers.
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