The original 747-100, launched in 1970, weighs 385,000 pounds when empty and has a maximum takeoff weight of 750,000 pounds, according to Airliners.net. The 747-400 model, which entered service in 1989, has an empty weig... More »

The empty weight of a 747 airplane is 403,500 pounds, according to HowStuffWorks. Its maximum weight when full is 875,000 pounds. Initially, the overall size and weight of the Boeing 747 caused undo concern as to whether... More »

According to the Aeronautical Engineering 96 course at Virginia Tech University, the exact cost of parts and manufacturing for commercial airliners is proprietary; however, the estimated price for tires on a Boeing 747 a... More »

The Light Sport Aircraft is a classification that is given by the FAA to a specific type of aircraft meeting nationally set requirements, such as having a maximum takeoff weight of 1,320 pounds and being powered by a sin... More »

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The empty weight of a 747 airplane is 403,500 pounds, according to HowStuffWorks. Its maximum weight when full is 875,000 pounds. Initially, the overall size and weight of the Boeing 747 caused undo concern as to whether... More »

Jet A-1 type fuel, in terms of Imperial weights and measures, weighs 0.15 pounds per gallon. Conversely, one gallon of Jet A-1 type fuel weighs 6.66 pounds. More »

As of 2015, there are numerous online resources that contain information about the Airbus A330-200, including the Airbus company's official website, Wikipedia and Airliners.net. Information on the A330-200 can also be fo... More »

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