Boeing 747-400 LCF Dreamlifter

ICAO aircraft code BLCF
Manufacturer Boeing
Country United States
New price USD 261 million

Master of Cargo Volume The Boeing Dreamlifter .

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Boeing 747-400 LCF Dreamlifter Specifications

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General

ICAO aircraft code
BLCF
Manufacturer
Boeing
Manufactured
2006 - Present
Country
United States
New purchase price
USD 261 million

Aircraft performance

Avionics:
Honeywell Avionics
Engine:
4x Pratt and Whitney PW 4062
Turbofan
Power:
63,300 pound-force
Max Cruise Speed:
474 Kts
878 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
145 Kts
Travel range:
4,212 Nm
7,801 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
0.08 Nm / gallon
0.039 Km / liter
Service Ceiling:
41,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
1500 feet / minute
7.62meter / second
Take Off Distance:
2804 meter - 9,199.36 feet
Landing Distance:
2134 meter - 7,001.23 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
364,235 Kg
802,992 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
302,093 Kg
665,994 lbs
Max Payload:
150,000 Kg
330,690 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
52,609 gallon
199,146 liter
Baggage Volume:
1845 m3 / 65,156 ft3

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About the Boeing 747-400 LCF Dreamlifter

When Boeing executives got fed up waiting an average of 30 days for the new 787 part to arrive, Boeing engineers took an existing 747-400 airliner, grafted a wider fuselage onto the airframe, installed a tail swing door allowing greater access into the gaping fuselage, gave it a new name, and created a worthy rival to the Antonov An-225.

The Boeing Dreamlifter is a modified outsized cargo aircraft with three times the cargo capacity of a Boeing 747-400F freighter and capable of delivering Boeing 787 wings from Japan to Boeing’s Seattle plant in just 8 hours. Boeing built four Dreamlifters to haul Boeing 787 aircraft parts from its suppliers in Asia, Europe, and the United States. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boeing Dreamlifter flew medical supplies, including five hundred thousand face masks for Utah’s high school students and teachers.

Fun fact: The Boeing Dreamlifter is 18 inches larger than the Airbus A380 fuselage, which is the world’s largest passenger airplane.

The Dreamlifter is one of the largest aircraft ever made.

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