2016 BOEING 747 400
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The 747-400 is equipped with four advanced high bypass ratio engines.
MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER
GENERAL ELECTRIC CF6-80C2B1F 57,900
PRATT & WHITNEY PW4056 56,750
ROLLS-ROYCE RB211-524G2 58,000
The 747-400ER is equipped with four advanced high bypass ratio engines.
MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER RATED TAKEOFF
GENERAL ELECTRIC CF6-80C2B5F 62,100
PRATT & WHITNEY PW4062 63,300
ROLLS-ROYCE RB211-524H8-T 59,500
Additional models of the above engines may be available through customer options.
A Brief Description of the 747-400
The 747-400 is the latest derivative of the 747 family of airplanes. The -400 is externally
Similar to the 747-300, with the additional wingtip extension with winglets and advanced
High bypass ratio engines. Other characteristics unique to the 747-400 include:
• Two-crew cockpit with digital avionics
• Lightweight aluminum alloys
• Structural carbon brakes
• Optional 910,000-pound maximum takeoff weight
• Optional 3,300-gallon fuel tank in horizontal stabilizer
• Optional fuel tanks in forward cargo compartment
• Vacuum lavatories with single-point servicing
• Enhanced passenger appeal in cabin interior
• Optional crew rest compartment in aft cabin
• Fly-by-wire system
- Exterior year
- Exterior notes
The basic 747-400 has a tri-class passenger interior arrangement. Optional arrangements
Include a two-class or a one-class configuration to suit traffic demands.
The 747-400 Domestic is a high-capacity airplane designed for domestic short routes. It
Has a lighter maximum takeoff weight. The -400D airplane has the same wingspan
Planform as the -300 and has no winglets.
The 747-400 Combi airplane has a main deck cargo door installed on the left side aft of
The wing. This door is used for loading pallets or containerized cargo up to 20 feet long.
The main deck of the Combi airplane can be converted to either an all-passenger or a
Passenger/cargo configuration. In the latter configuration, cargo is in the aft fuselage.
Several cargo configurations can be loaded compatible with size limits and operational
Procedures. The Combi can accommodate up to seven 10-foot pallets or containers.
- Interior year
- Interior notes
The 747-400 can be equipped with a cabin crew rest compartment. This is located in the
Aft cabin above the ceiling at Door No. 5. The compartment can be configured to a
Combination of bunks and seats for up to 10 crew members. Access to the compartment
Is through a ladder near Right Door No. 5. This is standard on the 747-400ER.
Another compartment is located in the upper deck, outside of the cockpit.
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Maximum Design Taxi Weight (MTW). Maximum weight for ground maneuver as limited by
Aircraft strength and airworthiness requirements. (It includes weight of taxi and run-up fuel.)
Maximum Design Landing Weight (MLW). Maximum weight for landing as limited by aircraft
Strength and airworthiness requirements.
Maximum Design Takeoff Weight (MTOW). Maximum weight for takeoff as limited by aircraft
Strength and airworthiness requirements. (This is the maximum weight at start of the takeoff run.)
Operating Empty Weight (OEW). Weight of structure, powerplant, furnishing systems, unusable
Fuel and other unusable propulsion agents, and other items of equipment that are considered an
Integral part of a particular airplane configuration. Also included are certain standard items,
Personnel, equipment, and supplies necessary for full operations, excluding usable fuel and payload.
Maximum Design Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW).
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