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Boeing 747 specs
Manufacturer:The Boeing Company
Country: United States of America
ICAO Type designator:B741, B742, B743, B744, B74D, BLCF, B748, BSCA, B74S, B74R
First flight:9 February 1969
Production ended: 2023
Production total:1574
Series: 747 LCF Dreamlifter: Extensively modified Boeing 747-400 to transport 787 components
747-100: Original variant
747-100B: SR with stronger airframe and landing gear design
747-200: -100 with longer range and increased payload
747-300: -200 with 23-foot-4-inch-longer (7.11 m) upper deck
747-400: -300 with winglets, glass cockpit
747-8: -400 with stretched fuselage and same engine and cockpit technology as the 787
747SP: Shortened -100 by 48 feet 4 inches (14.73 m)
747SR: Short-range version of the 747-100 with increased seating
Propulsion:4 jet engines
Maximum number of passengers:660
Maximum take-off mass:447696 kg
ICAO Mass group:5
Design Service Objective:20000 flights
Design Service Objective:60000 flight hours
Design Service Objective:20 years

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