Boeing 747-400ER

The Boeing 747-400ER is a long-range large-capacity passenger aircraft. At the end of 1993, Boeing proposed to increase the take-off mass of the 747-400 aircraft, first to 397.2 tons, and then to 417.6 tons. But this required a significant strengthening of the structure, and the company stopped further work. In the early 1990s, a 747-X […]

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Boeing 747-400 Domestic

Boeing Model 747-400 Domestic is a short-haul passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. Boeing 747-400 Domestic – a modification of the 747-400 model with increased passenger capacity – 568 passengers in a three-class configuration. The Boeing 747-400 Domestic, as well as on some other models, is equipped with the Digital Computer-aided Control System […]

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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 […]

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Boeing 747-400

Based on the early 747 series, the Boeing 747-400 was virtually a completely new aircraft. And for a long time held the palm as the most capacious passenger aircraft. At the Farnborough Airshow in 1984, Boeing demonstrated its new development, the Advanced Boeing 747 Series 300. The aircraft had an increased wingspan (but without vertical […]

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Boeing 747-300

The Boeing Model 747-300 is a long-range passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing based on the modification of the Boeing Model 747SUD. The Model 747-300 is a modification with an extended upper deck, which can also be found on the Combi and 747SR 747-100V / -200V / -200V, and provides economy-class seats for […]

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