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Boeing Boeing 747-400 LCF

The Boeing 747-400 LCF Dreamlifter is a four-engined Oversize-Cargo Freighter modified from civil airliner 747-400 produced by the US-American manufacturer Boeing.

The 747LCF is a variant of the Boeing 747-400 with an enlarged fuselage and a swing tail cargo door. The winglets are removed. Four used civil airliner 747-400 were modified by Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corporation. The 747LCF is operated by Atlas Air exclusively for Boeing, no other operation allowed by certification. The cargo compartment volume is 1.840 m³ / 65.000 ft³.

 

Specifications for the Boeing 747-400 LCF Dreamlifter
Crew 2  
Propulsion 4 Turbofan Engines  
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney PW4062A  
Engine Power (each) 275,8 kN 62000 lbf
Speed 878 km/h 474 kts
      545 mph
Mmo (max. Mach) Mach 0.82  
Service Ceiling 13.137 m 43.100 ft
Range 7.778 km 4.200 NM
    4.833 mi.
Empty Weight 180.530 kg 398.000 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 364.235 kg 803.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight 295.742 kg 652.000 lbs
Wing Span 64,44 m 211 ft 5 in
Wing Area 541,2 m² 5825 ft²
Length 71,68 m 235 ft 2 in
Height 21,54 m 70 ft 8 in
First Flight 09.09.2006  
Production Status out of production  
Total Production 4  
Developed from Boeing 747-400  
ICAO Code BLCF  
FAA TCDS A20WE  
Data for (Version) Boeing 747-400 LCF  

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