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Boeing 747-100

Boeing 747-132(SF), Kalitta Air, N709CK, c/n 20247/159 © Mike Vallentin
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The Boeing 747-100 is a four-engined long-range widebody airliner with a capacity of maximum 480 passengers in a partial double deck configuration produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It was the first Jumbo Jet version.
Passengers366 / 452, max. 480
Propulsion4 Turbofan Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney JT9D-7F
Engine Power (each)208 kN46750 lbf
Speed969 km/h523 kts
  602 mph
Mmo (max. Mach)Mach 0.92
Service Ceiling13.747 m45.100 ft
Range9.801 km5.292 NM
6.090 mi.
Empty Weight162.500 kg358.000 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight322.100 kg710.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight255.800 kg564.000 lbs
Wing Span59,64 m195,7 ft
Wing Area511,0 m5500 ft
Length70,51 m231,3 ft
Height19,33 m63,4 ft
First Flight09.02.1969
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1969-1986
Total Production250
ICAO CodeB741
Data for (Version)Boeing 747-100
Variants747-100B, 747-100SR, 747SP, 747-100B SUD
The Boeing 747-100 was the world's first widebody airliner and the first commercial aircraft with high bypass turbofan engines. The engine options are: For the 747-100 Pratt & Whitney JT9D-3/-3A or JT9D-7/-7A/-7F/-7J, for the 747-100B Pratt and Whitney JT9D-7A/-7F or Rolls Royce RB2ll-524, for the 747-100SR General Electric CF6-45A/45-A2 or CF6-50E2 or Pratt and Whitney JT9D-7/-7A.

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