Boeing 747-300

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Boeing 747-300
First Flight: October 5, 1982[1]
Production Period: 1982-1991
Assembled in: Everett, Washington
Number built: 77
Category: Long-Range Wide-body
Manufactured by: Boeing Commercial Airplanes

The Boeing 747-300 is a double-deck wide-body long-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the early 1980's, a subtype of the Boeing 747. The 747-300 was the third variant of the 747 family, featuring a stretched upper deck in comparison to prior models.

The 747-300 is no longer in development.

Specifications

  • Length: 70.66m
  • Wingspan: 59.6m
  • Height: 19.3m
  • Range with max payload: 11,720km[2]
  • Passenger Variants
    • 747-300M - Combi (Passenger and Cargo) Variant
    • 747-300SR - High-Capacity Variant
  • Cargo Variants
    • SF - Passenger-to-Cargo Conversion

Commercial Operators

Asia

Southern Asia


Europe

Western Europe

Cargo Operators

SF

Special Use

References

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