What Is the Capacity of a 747 Plane?

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The maximum capacity of a 747 plane is 496 passengers while the minimum is 374 passengers. Boeing started its 747 program in 1966 when Pan Am placed an order for 25 of the giant double-decker jets. 30 years afterwards as of 1996, the 747 is still the largest commercial airliner ever built.
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The maximum capacity of a Boeing 747 plane is 496 passengers while the minimum is 374 passengers. Boeing launched its 747 program in 1966 when Pan Am placed an order for 25 of the giant double-decker jets. 30 years later (as of 1996), the 747 is still the largest commercial airliner ever built.
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There are several types of 747s. From the 100 type to the 400. Let's start from the smallest type. 747-100/200/SP. 3 cockpit crew plus 516 passengers. 747-300/400. 2 cockpit crew
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The 747 has a takeoff weight of 910,000 pounds. !
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None. It is highly unlikely that any future aircraft will be larger (except perhaps a slightly elongated version of the A380: the present version is the A380-800; a stretched -900
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The four-engine 747, produced by Boeing Commercial Aircraft, uses a two-deck configuration, where the small upper deck is usually used for business-class passengers[1] A typical three-class
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