Saturday, 22 December 2018

Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Specs, Interior, Seats, Engines, and Price

Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Specs, Interior, Seats, Engines, and Price – Since its historic debut at the Paris Air Show in 1969, the Boeing company has introduced a number of variations on the 747 family, including the 747-100, 747-200 and 747-300. The most common variation for international travelers today is version 747-400. Every new version has brought additional devices. The most striking 747-400 change is the addition of winglets, which Boeing described as "wingtip extensions that reduce lift-induced barriers and provide several lift lifts. But 747-400 production ended in 2009.

Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental

Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental

As a replacement for the 747-400, Boeing launched the 747-8 Intercontinental version. Each dimension of 747-8 consists of about 6 million parts. In its monumental size, the 747 has its own icon, which is a very large wing, four engines and the front end "hump" makes it one of the best known aircraft in the world. To this day, the "upstairs" seating area is provided for some lucky flights by giving passengers a sense of prestige and exclusivity. The Boeing 747 jumbo jet revolutionizes air travel, adds luxury, romance and, most significantly, is the affordability of commercial flights. Although the 747 has a very large size, the term "Jumbo Jet" is claimed by Airbus with the A380 aircraft.

Boeing 747-8 specs

Boeing 747-8 Seats

The First Class and Business Class sections at 747-8 allow airlines to offer passengers the most private and premium accommodations in space. So it's not surprising that on high-volume routes the 747-8 offers premium revenue potential. And with more than 400 seats available, the new 747 creates a unique opportunity to maximize the bottom line potential of all high-volume routes.

The 747-8 passenger version first debuted in 2011 and was ordered by only a few airlines, including Korea, Lufthansa and Air China. This aircraft can accommodate up to 467 passengers and can fly as far as 8,000 nautical miles. According to the official Boeing order book, there are still 747-8 passenger aircraft left to send. One of them was the last order for Korean Airlines and the other for an unknown 747-8 aircraft recently removed from the ledger which was originally headed for the Russian airline Transaero. The airline went bankrupt in October 2015. Two of the three planes it ordered were built by Boeing but were never sent. The planes are now in storage and it is not clear where they will end.

Boeing 747-8 engines

Boeing 747-8 Specs

If you pay attention the 747-8 Intercontinental shape looks the same as 747. But 70% of the aircraft's structural weight is new, it has the same iconic shape, although with some visible external differences. The wing is a key 747-8 aircraft, a sophisticated technology airfoil applied to super critical wings and wingtips designed using computational fluid dynamics. Version 747-8 is about 14% more fuel efficient per seat than its predecessor and is combined with 4 newly developed General Electric engines.

Dimensions
Length (m)
76.3
Wingspan (m)
68.4
Height (m)
19.4
Weight
Maximum take-off weight (kg)
442 300
Maximum landing weight (kg)
312 100
Operating empty weight (kg)
211 900
Maximum zero fuel weight (kg)
288 000
Maximum payload (kg)
76 300
Standard fuel capacity (litres)
243 400
Performance
Range with max payload (km)
14 816
Cruise speed (km/h)
920
Maximum operating altitude (m)
13 100
Engines
GE GEnx-2B67,
4 x 66500 lb
Cabin Data
Passengers (3-class)
410
Cabin width (m)
6.13

Boeing 747-8 Price

The price of Boeing 747-8 is US$ 402.9 M in 2018. The Price reflecting a range of available options and configurations for each model. Configurations and options that may affect price include performance capability, interiors, avionics, fuel capacity, and others.

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