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Boeing 747s
07-31-2014, 06:44 PM
Post: #1
Boeing 747s
I guess we want the 747 family but which variants?

The 747SP is sort of marginal as not many are still in service

The -100 isn't in service as far as I'm aware

The LCF is looking like a rare aircraft with only 4 made and aren't in operation with any commercial airline. I think if we have the LCF, then we should also have the Airbus Beluga.

The -200 and -300 are both still in service I believe


Thoughts?

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07-31-2014, 06:48 PM (This post was last modified: 07-31-2014 06:49 PM by Weston.)
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RE: Boeing 747s
I think the -300 and -400 should be added, as well as 4 LCFs to be released on a special date (Christmas, New Years, etc>)

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07-31-2014, 06:49 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
The -200, LCF, & Beluga are up for debate.

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07-31-2014, 07:08 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
these types should only be available as used:
Boeing 747-100
Boeing 747-200
Boeing 747-300

These types may be added as new:
Boeing 747-400 (just for about a month)
Boeing 747-8
Boeing 747 LCF-Expensive aircraft
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07-31-2014, 07:24 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
(07-31-2014 07:08 PM)americarocks Wrote:  these types should only be available as used:
Boeing 747-100
Boeing 747-200
Boeing 747-300

These types may be added as new:
Boeing 747-400 (just for about a month)
Boeing 747-8
Boeing 747 LCF-Expensive aircraft

All added but the -100. The things are so old.

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07-31-2014, 07:47 PM
Post: #6
RE: Boeing 747s
but I mean, someone will use them
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07-31-2014, 08:10 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
Boeing 747-100:
Passengers (max)-595
Cargo (max)-8,600 kg
Range-1,470 km
Speed-890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff-1,980-3,000 m
Ground roll landing-1,880-2,380 m

Boeing 747-100F:
Passengers (max)-0
Cargo (max)-95,770 kg
Range-11,470 km
Speed-890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff-1,980-2,960 m
Ground roll landing-1,880-2,380 m

Boeing 747-200:
Passengers (max) 595
Cargo (max) 13,640 kg
Range 12,150 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,040-3,000 m
Ground roll landing 1,940-2,440 m

Boeing 747-200 Combi:
Passengers (max) 595
Cargo (max) 13,640 kg
Cargo (convertible) 100,850 kg
Range 12,150 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,210-3,290 m
Ground roll landing 2,110-2,610 m

Boeing 747-200F:
Passengers (max) 0
Cargo (max) 109,700 kg
Range 12,150 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,210-3,000 m
Ground roll landing 2,110-2,610 m

Boeing 747-300:
Passengers (max) 660
Cargo (max) 11,000 kg
Range 13,230 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,210-3,000 m
Ground roll landing 2,110-2,610 m

Boeing 747-300M:
Passengers (max) 440
Cargo (max) 40,600 kg
Range 13,230 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,210-3,290 m
Ground roll landing 2,110-2,610 m

Boeing 747-300SF:
Passengers (max) 0
Cargo (max) 109,700 kg
Range 13,230 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,210-3,290 m
Ground roll landing 2,110-2,610 m

Boeing 747-400:
Passengers (max) 660
Cargo (max) 11,000 kg
Range 14,985 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-2,960 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-400 domestic:
Passengers (max) 660
Cargo (max) 11,000 kg
Range 7,750 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-2,805 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-400ER:
Passengers (max) 660
Cargo (max) 9,000 kg
Range 16,650 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-3,185 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-400M:
Passengers (max) 440
Cargo (max) 42,430 kg
Range 14,985 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-3,000 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-400F:
Passengers (max) 0
Cargo (max) 122,900 kg
Range 15,170 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-3,000 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-400ERF:
Passengers (max) 0
Cargo (max) 112,750 kg
Range 15,930 km
Speed 890 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,280-3,185 m
Ground roll landing 2,180-2,680 m

Boeing 747-8I:
Passengers (max) 605
Cargo (max) 15,000 kg
Range 16,670 km
Speed 917 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 1,980-3,100 m
Ground roll landing 1,580-1,980 m

Boeing 747-8F:
Passengers (max) 0
Cargo (max) 134,200 kg
Range 15,920 km
Speed 908 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 2,150-3,400 m
Ground roll landing 1,820-2,240 m

Boeing 747SP:
Passengers (max) 445
Cargo (max) 6,600 kg
Range 15,170 km
Speed 900 km/h
Ground roll takeoff 1,745-2,350 m
Ground roll landing 1,645-2,145 m
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07-31-2014, 08:20 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
How about the Airbus Beluga?

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07-31-2014, 08:25 PM
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RE: Boeing 747s
the beluga and LCF should both be special occasion only.

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