The Boeing 747, manufactured by the American company Boeing, often referred to as Jumbo Jet (Engl. A Jumbo Jet 747), or simply, is the world's first long-haul 747 wide-body passenger aircraft. The first flight was carried out February 9, 1969. At the time of its creation, the Boeing 747 was the largest, heaviest and spacious passenger airliner, remaining so for 37 years before the first flight of the A380, which was released in 2005.
The Boeing 747 has highly modified layout, while the upper deck is significantly inferior to the length of the bottom. Dimensions and a "hump" of the upper deck did the Boeing 747 aircraft in one of the most recognizable in the world, the hero of dozens of films and a symbol of civil aviation.
There are several different variants of the Boeing 747, most of which can make long-range flights. The record among the 747 is Boeing Australia's Qantas Airways, who in 1989 year nonstop flights from London to Sydney, breaking the 18000 km for 8:0 pm 9 minutes without carrying any passengers or cargo.
Despite the high cost, but due to the high cost of air transportation and leasing schemes, this is one of the most widespread in the world passenger aircraft. Until September 2010 year was commissioned by 1527 models
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