Technical Characteristics -- Boeing 747-400ER
747-400ER
Passengers
Typical 3-class configuration
Typical 2-class configuration

416
524
Cargo* 5,599 cu ft (158.6 cu m) or
4,837 cu ft (137 cu m)
Engines
maximum thrust
Pratt & Whitney PW4062
63,300 lb (281.57 kN)

General Electric CF6-80C2B5F
62,100 lb (276.23 kN)
Maximum Fuel Capacity** 63,705 U.S. gal (241,140 L)
Maximum Takeoff Weight 910,000 lb (412,770 kg)
Maximum Range 7,670 nautical miles (14,205 km)
Typical city pairs:
New York - Hong Kong
Los Angeles - Melbourne
Rio - Perth
Typical Cruise Speed
at 35,000 feet
0.855 Mach
567 mph (913 km/h)
Basic Dimensions
Wing Span
Overall Length
Tail Height
Interior Cabin Width

211 ft 5 in (64.4 m)
231 ft 10 in (70.6 m)
63 ft 8 in (19.4 m)
20 ft (6.1 m)

*5,599 cu ft (158.6 cu m) = 28 LD-1 containers + bulk; 5,332 cu ft (137 cu m) = 4 pallets, 14 LD-1 containers + bulk (one pallet = 96 in x 125 in, 244 cm x 318 cm). These volumes are reduced relative to the 747-400 due to the addition of one body fuel tank, basic on the -400ER, in the forward lower cargo hold.

**With two auxiliary body fuel tanks in the forward lower cargo hold. The fuel capacity with one body tank is 60,495 U.S. gal (228,990 L).