How Much Does a 747 Weigh?


A 747-400 consists of 147,000 pounds (66,150 kg) of high-strength aluminum. The 747-400 wing weighs 95,000 pounds (43,090 kg), more than 30 times the weight of the first Boeing airplane, the 1916 B&W.
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