B747-8

The Boeing 747 is an American wide-body commercial jet airliner and cargo aircraft, often referred to by its original nickname, Jumbo Jet, or Queen of the Skies. Its distinctive "hump" upper deck along the forward part of the aircraft makes it among the world's most recognizable aircraft,[6] and it was the first wide-body produced. Manufactured by Boeing's Commercial Airplane unit in the United States, the original version of the 747 was envisioned to have 150 percent greater capacity than the Boeing 707,[7] one of the common large commercial aircraft of the 1960s. The four-engine 747 uses a double deck configuration for part of its length. Boeing announced a new 747 variant, the 747-8, on November 14, 2005. Referred to as the 747 Advanced prior to its launch, the 747-8 uses the same engine and cockpit technology as the 787, hence the use of the "8". The variant is designed to be quieter, more economical, and more environmentally friendly. The 747-8's fuselage is lengthened from 232 to 251 feet (70.8 to 76.4 m),[182] marking the first stretch variant of the aircraft.

Specifications

Passengers
605
Max. width
6.10 m
Max. height
2.54 m
Max. speed
956.00 km/h
Max. range
14 320 km
8 900 m
Max. service celling
13 700 m
45 100 ft