How wide is a Boeing 747?
How wide is the interior of a jumbo jet?
Boeing 747 Specs Table
|Boeing 747 100||Boeing 747 400|
|Length||231 Ft 10 In 70.6 Mtrs||231 Ft 10 In 70.6 Mtrs|
|Wingspan||195 Ft 8 in 59.6 Mtrs||211 Ft 5 in 64.4 Mtrs|
|Tail Height||63 Ft 5 in 19.3 Mtrs||63 Ft 8 in 19.4 Mtrs|
|Cabin width (Interior)||20 Ft 6.1 Mtrs||20 Ft 6.1 Mtrs|
Why does the 747 have a hump?
The plane was designed for both passengers and cargo, so if passengers stopped flying it, the 747 was still useful. That’s where the iconic hump comes in. Engineers decided to turn the front of the plane into a giant door. The nose would open up, making it easy to load tall cargo.
What is a very large jet plane called?
The six-engined Antonov An-225 is literally in a category of its own, holding the titles of both the heaviest aircraft ever built and the largest wingspan of an aircraft currently in service. In fact, only one An-225 has ever been built.
How high off the ground is the wing of a 747?
Four Rolls Royce engines power the giant 747 aircraft, hanging off wings that span about 211 feet—and in the center of the cockpit are four ivory-colored thrust levers, one for each engine.
Who still flies L 1011?
Lockheed’s legendary L-1011 TriStar first flew on 16 November 1970 and you’d be forgiven if you thought none were still flying today. In fact, there is just one, operated by Northrop Grumman, which is called Stargazer.
What was the capacity of the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar?
It was the third wide-body airliner to enter commercial operations, after the Boeing 747 and the McDonnell Douglas DC-10. The airliner has a seating capacity of up to 400 passengers and a range of over 4,000 nautical miles (7,410 km ).
How did the Lockheed L-1011 influence the 787?
Predating the 787 by almost 40 years, it was thought that passengers could control the tint of their window by using a small control panel in addition to the window shade. Ultimately deleted on cost grounds, it is an interesting example of history repeating itself since this is a highly-touted 787 feature.
Is the Lockheed L-1011 a piston engine aircraft?
There were two major responses to Kolk’s brief, from Lockheed and Douglas. Despite having considerable experience with piston engine aircraft, Lockheed had been absent from the commercial market since the L-188 Electra debacle (customer confidence is often lacking when your aircraft mysteriously come apart in midair).
What does the upper deck of a Boeing 747 do?
Boeing designed the 747’s hump-like upper deck to serve as a first class lounge or extra seating, and to allow the aircraft to be easily converted to a cargo carrier by removing seats and installing a front cargo door.