Boeing 747-400

Range is 13,214 km  (7.135 nm) with 420 passengers in 3 class configuration.

Boeing 747-400

The Boeing 747-400 model first entered service in 1989 with Northwest Airlines.

Orders for the 747-400 as of August 2002 stood at 632 (of which 17 ER/ERF), of which 585 had been delivered.

In 2005 the 747-400 was used by: British airways (56), United Airlines (44), Japan airlines (42), Lufthansa (30), Singapore airlines (27), Qantas (24),  Korean Air (24),  ANA (23), Asiana (22), KLM (22), Cathey Pacific (19),  Thai (18), Malaysia airlines (17), Northwest (16), Air France (16), Eva air (15), China airlines (15), Air India (11), Air New Zealand (8), El Al (5), Saudi Arabian (5), Philipinne airlines (4), Royal Air Maroc (1), ... for passenger transport. By 2014 most of these 747-400 have been phased out by these airlines.

In 2006 most of the more than 600 delivered Boeing 747-400 were still in service,  just some passenger aircraft being converted to Freighters. The Boeing 747-400Freighter had been selling well in 2005.

The -400 externally resembles the -300, but it is a significantly improved aircraft. It added 6ft(2m) wing tip entensions and 6ft(2m) winglets, an all-new glass cockpit which dispensed with the need for a flight engineer, tail fuel tanks, revised engines, an all-new interior, and newer in-flight entertainment to the basic design of the -300 series.

Variants: 747-400, 747-400ER, 747-400 Freighter.

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