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  1. Boeing 747-400 - Wikipedia

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    The Boeing 747-400 is a wide-body airliner produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, an advanced variant of the initial Boeing 747.The "Advanced Series 300" was announced at the September 1984 Farnborough Airshow, targeting a 10% cost reduction with more efficient engines and 1,000 nmi (1,850 km) more range.

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  2. Category:Boeing 747-400 - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jun 04, 2020 · Boeing 747-400 9V-SPQ Singapore Airlines N747KD EI-XLO, Transaero LED Сингапурские авиалинии Трансаэро Пулково.jpg 2,816 × 2,112; 2.09 MB Boeing 747-400 De Atlas Air en terminal de Carga del AIACS (MGA).jpg 640 × 480; 28 KB

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  4. Boeing 747 - Wikipedia

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    The Boeing 747 is a large, long–range wide-body airliner and cargo aircraft manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the United States. After introducing the 707 in October 1958, Pan Am wanted a jet 2 1 ⁄ 2 times its size, to reduce its seat cost by 30% to democratize air travel.

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    Original – "A Qantas Boeing 747-400 flying at approximately 11,000 metres in revised color scheme viewed from the ground at Starbeyevo in Moscow... The white clouds are contrails, condensed water vapour made by the exhaust of aircraft engines. f. 400D + 1200mm telescope + 2x Barlow lens."

  6. Boeing Dreamlifter - Wikipedia

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    Boeing 747-400 The Boeing 747 Dreamlifter , also known as the Boeing 747-400 Large Cargo Freighter (LCF) , is a wide-body cargo aircraft modified extensively from the Boeing 747-400 airliner. With a volume of 65,000 cubic feet (1,840 m³) [1] the Dreamlifter can hold three times that of a 747-400F freighter. [2]

  7. Talk:Boeing 747-400 - Wikipedia

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    Is the Boeing 747 a fly-by-wire aircraft or does the pilot still control the plane independent of an electronic/computer aided control system? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 74.112.123.80 (talk • contribs) The 747-400 is still hydraulic, but the 747-8 is partially FBW (varying by which flight surface we're talking about.)

  8. Boeing 747-400 - wiki.flightgear.org

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    The Boeing 747-400, is the most recent version of the Boeing 747 in service. The -400 series is the best selling and the most advanced model of the 747 family. The 747-400 is being replaced by the Boeing 747-8i, expected to enter service in 2010.

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  9. Boeing 747-400 | Aircraft Wiki | Fandom

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    Background

    Following its introduction in 1969, the Boeing 747 became a major success with airlines and the flying public. As the world's first wide-body jetliner, the 747 had revolutionized air travel, and cemented its manufacturer's dominance in the passenger aircraft market. In 1980, Boeing announced the 747-300, its latest 747 variant featuring greater passenger capacity. This was made possible by making a stretched upper deck (SUD), previously an option on the 747-200, a standard feature. The SUD wa...

    Design effort

    Seven early customers, namely British Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM, Lufthansa, Northwest, Qantas, and Singapore Airlines, formed a consultative group to advise Boeing on the 747-400's design process. While the aircraft was planned as a new-technology upgrade, Boeing originally proposed minimal design changes in order to reduce development cost and retain commonality with existing models. The airline consultative group sought more advanced changes, including a two-crew glass cockpit. As a resu...

    Production and testing

    Final assembly of the first 747-400 began at Boeing's Everett factory, the longtime site of 747 production, in September 1987. More than fifty percent of the aircraft was produced by subcontractors, with major structures, engine nacelles, and sub-assemblies supplied by Northrop, and upper deck fuselage frames from Daewoo. All components were integrated during the final assembly process at the Everett factory. The first aircraft, equipped with PW4056 engines, was completed over the winter mont...

    The 747-400's airframe features extended and lighter wings than previous 747s, capped by winglets. The winglets result in a 3 percent increase in long-range cruise, improved takeoff performance, and higher cruise altitudes. The extended wingspan also gains an additional leading edge flap section. When unfurnished, the basic 747-400 fuselage is lighter than preceding models, but when fitted out it is heavier and stronger than previous models.The landing gear uses the same configuration as previous 747s, but with carbon brakes replacing the previous steel ones, and overall weight savings of 1800 lb (kg {{{4}}}). The 747-400's glass cockpit features CRT displays which show flight instrumentation along with engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS) diagnostics. The flight engineer station on previous 747s is no longer installed, and the new displays and simplified layout results in a two-thirds reduction of switches, lights, and gauges versus the Classic 747. Other new systems...

    747-400

    The original variant of the redesigned 747, the 747-400 debuted an increased wingspan, winglets, revised engines, and a glass cockpitwhich removed the need for a flight engineer. The type also featured the stretched upper deck (SUD) introduced with the 747-300. The passenger model formed the bulk of 747-400s sold, and 442 were built. In 1989, the Qantas 747-400 VH-OJA flew non-stop from London Heathrow to Sydney Kingsford Smith, a distance of Template:Cvt, in 20 hours and 9 minutes to set a c...

    747-400F

    The 747-400F (Freighter) is an all freight version of the 747-400. While using the updated systems and wing design of the passenger versions, it features the original short upper deck found on the classic 747s to reduce weight. The 747-400F has a maximum takeoff weight of 875,000 lbs ({{{3}}} {{{4}}}) and a maximum payload of 274,100 lbs ({{{3}}} {{{4}}}). The -400F can be easily distinguished from the passenger -400 by its shorter upper-deck hump and lack of windows along the main deck. The...

    747-400M

    The 747-400M (a passenger/freight or "Combi" variant) first flew on June 30, 1989 and entered service with KLM on September 12, 1989. Based on the successful Combi versions of the Classic 747s, the -400M has a large cargo door fitted to the rear of the fuselage for freight loading to the aft main deck cargo hold. A locked partition separates the cargo area from the forward passenger cabin, and the -400M also features additional fire protection, a strengthened main deck floor, a roller-conveyo...

    Template:See also In July 2018, there were 146 passenger aircraft in service. The largest operators were British Airways with 35 and Lufthansa with 13. Additionally there were 193 freighters in service, operated primarily by Atlas Air (20), Kalitta Air (20) and China Airlines(18). United Airlines made its last 747 passenger flight on November 7, 2017 from San Francisco to Honolulu, reminiscent of its first flight with United in July 1970, and in December Delta Air Lines flew its final revenue flight from Seoul to Detroit using a 747-400 inherited from the 2009 merger with Northwest Airlines.Delta has flown three of its last four aircraft on a farewell tour, from Seattle to Atlanta on 19 then at Los Angeles and Minneapolis/St Paul on 20 December. The final Asian operator of the passenger type was EVA Air in 2017, with most of their 747-400s being converted to BCF's and sold to UPS Airlines.Template:Citation needed

    Template:See also The first hull loss of a 747-400 occurred on November 4, 1993 when China Airlines Flight 605, flying from Taipei to Hong Kong's Kai Tak Airport, touched down more than 2100 ft (m {{{4}}}) past the runway's displaced threshold during 20-knot (gusting to 38 knots) crosswinds. Combined with the disengagement of auto brakes and retracted speed brakes, manual braking and thrust reversal were not enough to prevent the aircraft from sliding into Victoria Harbour. No one was seriously injured, but the aircraft was written off. The type's second hull loss occurred on October 31, 2000, when Singapore Airlines Flight 006, a 747-400 flying on a Singapore to Los Angeles route via Taipei, rammed into construction equipment while attempting to take off from a closed runway at Chiang Kai-shek International Airport. The aircraft caught fire and was destroyed, killing 79 passengers and four crew members.The cause was attributed to the flight crew navigating to the wrong runway. The...

    An ex-Qantas 747-400 formerly registered VH-OJA and named City of Canberra, the first 747-400 delivered to the airline, is displayed at the Historical Aviation Restoration Society museum at Illawar...
    N661US, a former Delta Air Lines example, is on display at the Delta Flight Museum at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. The aircraft was the first -400 series bu...
    In July 2018, a Thai businessman named Somchai Phukieow purchased an ex-Thai Airways International 747-400 and had it shipped to his home in Chai Nat, 200 km north of Bangkok.The 747-400 had its en...
    In February 2019, a former KLM 747-400 registered PH-BFB was transported on a giant trailer from Schiphol airport throughout the meadows to the Corendon Village Hotel in Badhoevedorp. To make this...

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    Bibliography

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  10. Boeing 747-400, Photos and Specifications

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    For design details of a particular generation, see Boeing 747-400, 747-8, and 747SP. The Boeing 747 is a large, wide-body (two-aisle) airliner with four wing-mounted engines. The wings have a high sweep angle of 37.5 degrees for a fast, efficient cruise of Mach 0.84 to 0.88, depending on the variant.

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