|First Flight:||February 9, 1969|
|Assembled in:||Renton, Washington|
|Category:||Long-Haul Wide-Body Double-Deck|
|Manufactured by:||Boeing Commercial Airplanes|
The Boeing 747 is a wide-body long-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the late 1960s. The 747 was the first wide-body aircraft produced in the world along with the first to have a passenger-use 2nd deck.
The 747-8I and 747-8F are the only variants currently in production.
- Boeing 747-100
- Boeing 747SP
- Boeing 747-200
- Boeing 747-300
- Boeing 747-400
- Boeing 747-8