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BOEING 747-100 Aviation Parts list page 1

The Boeing 747 is considered a wide body commercial airliner which is usually called by the nickname "Jumbo Jet". It is one the world’s most known aircraft. Also, it was the first wide body airliner ever produced. Its first flight took place in 1970.

This model is a 4-engine that utilizes a double deck configuration for part of its length. It is presented in freighter, passenger, and other versions.

The initial 747-100s were made with 6 upper-deck windows (3 per side) to cater upstairs lounge areas. The 747-100B version has a more powerfu airframe and undercarriage design and an better maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) which is 750,000 lb. The first delivery of 747-100B to Iran Air and Saudi Arabian Airlines. Discretionary engine models were presented by Rolls-Royce (RB211) and GE (CF6).

The specifications of the 747-100 are the following:

Capacity

Cockpit Crew Three

Dimension

Length 231 ft 10 in (70.6 m)

Wingspan 195 ft 8 in (59.6 m)

Weights

Weight empty 358,000 lb (162,400 kg)

Maximum takeoff weight 735,000 lb (333,390 kg)

Speed and Range

Maximum speed Mach 0.89 (587 mph, 945 km/h, 510 kt)

Maximum range at MTOW 5,300 nmi (9,800 km)

Engines

(x 4) PW JT9D-7A RR RB211-524B2


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ATAPart NumberA/C TypeRFQ
WEATHER RADAR TRANSCEIVER 34066-50008-0408BOEING 747-100
CTL 5-40 RANGE GRY 071-01503-3801BOEING 747-100
HF - TRANSCEIVER 23964-0452-001BOEING 747-100
TRANSCEIVER HF, XK516 23964-0452-012BOEING 747-100
EGPWS 965-1076-001-216-216BOEING 747-100
EGPWS 965-1076-020-220-220BOEING 747-100
EGPWS 965-1076-020-222-222BOEING 747-100

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