What Does the inside of a Boeing 747 Look like?

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The typical Boeing 747 jet seats between 400 and 500 passengers, this is still one of the largest capacities in the world. With the window accommodation featuring large floor level box bins, and the additional flat surfaces they provide, there is a real sense of spaciousness and comfort. To get a visual representation of the inside of the plane, please refer to this website: http://www.airliners.net/aircraft-data/stats.main?id=100
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MASS1961 thanks! I agree with your conversion (300 kt = 345.45 mph) which by my math works out at 23 mins 7 seconds - got a feeling this one will be a tiebreaker! Once again many
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