Do all 747 have nose door?

All purpose-built 747 freighters have come with the nose cargo door standard. The 747-200F and 747-400F also all came standard with the nose cargo door, it’s not just the 747-8F. The 747-200 Convertible also came standard with the nose cargo door.

How do you open a 747 door?

Go to the PMDG menu within MSFS and then the General | Keyboard Assignment option. There you will find a category listing for Doors 747. Assign your desired key combinations for each of the doors and exit the menu. You will now be able to open each door individually according to the key combinations you assigned.

How much cargo can a 747 400 carry?

The Boeing 747-400F, an all-cargo transport version of the Boeing 747-400 aircraft, can transport a maximum revenue payload of 113t.

What is the volume of a Boeing 747?

If the question is “How many baseballs would fit into a Boeing 747?”, don’t start your thinking process by saying “First, I’d estimate the volume of a 747 to be between 10,000 and 20,000 cubic feet.” Stick with one number. Ranges provide unnecessary complication and will double the number of calculations.

How big is the cargo door on a Boeing 747?

With the 747 cargo door, Boeing wagered its unassailable reputation that it could devise an elaborate system of electro-mechanical latches and locks that would always, always, always keep the plane’s 9-foot-square, 800-pound cargo doors secure in flight.

Is the Boeing B747-400F a cargo aircraft?

About The Boeing 747-400F freighter is the all-cargo transport variant of the Boeing 747-400 family of aircraft. With the ability to take payloads exceeding 100 tonnes and a flight range of around 13hours, the B747-400 is ideal for the long-haul transport of large amounts of cargo with variants.

How big is the payload bay on a Boeing 747?

The payload bay had to be 17 feet (5.18 m) wide by 13.5 feet (4.11 m) high and 100 feet (30 m) long with access through doors at the front and rear. The desire to keep the number of engines to four required new engine designs with greatly increased power and better fuel economy.

What was the upper deck of a Boeing 747 used for?

Boeing designed the 747’s hump-like upper deck to serve as a first class lounge or (as is the general rule today) extra seating, and to allow the aircraft to be easily converted to a cargo carrier by removing seats and installing a front cargo door.

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