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Boeing 747-400 Private Jet Charter

The Boeing 747-400, designed as a development of the Boeing 747-300, sees improvements in an increased wing span, more powerful engines and the latest in-flight entertainment systems. The B747-400, best known as the world's fastest commercial jetliner, has the capability of carrying up to 660 passengers in a partial double deck configuration.

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    Aircraft category

    Long Range Airliner

  • Seats icon
    Max passengers

    660

  • Price icon
    Price per hour

    30,950

  • Range icon
    Nautical miles

    7262

Boeing 747-400private jet charter

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Boeing 747-400 Private Charter Flights and Prices

The Boeing 747-400, designed as a development of the Boeing 747-300, sees improvements in an increased wing span, more powerful engines and the latest in-flight entertainment systems. The B747-400, best known as the world's fastest commercial jetliner, has the capability of carrying up to 660 passengers in a partial double deck configuration.

The average hourly rental rate of the Boeing 747-400 is around 30,950 USD per hour.

Aircraft Size

Aircraft size English Metric
Length 231.86 ft 70.66 m
Wing Span 211.42 ft 64.44 m
Height 54.16 ft 16.52 m
Bag. Capacity 850 ft³ 24.06 m³

Cabin Size

Cabin size English Metric
Length 139.4 ft 42.5 m
Width 21.4 ft 6.52 m
Height 7.9 ft 2.42 m
Area 10000 ft³ 885.9 m³

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 660
Typical Seating 416
Pilots 2

Average Prices

Costs USD EUR
Purchase New - -
Purchase Used - -
Hourly rate 30,950 USD/hour 30,950 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

Performance English Metric
IFR Range 7262 nm 13449 km
Cruise Speed 530 KTAS 982 km/h
Certified Ceiling 45100 ft 13746 m
Rate of Climb 2500 ft/m 762 m/m
Takeoff Distance 9951 ft 3033 m
Landing Distance 7152 ft 2180 m
Max Takeoff Weight 910002 lbs 412770 kg
Max Landing Weight 652006 lbs 295745 kg
Useful Weight 360226 lbs 163396 kg
Payload with Full Fuel 71395 lbs 32384 kg

More about the Boeing 747-400

The iconic Boeing 747 has been in production since 1968, and is one of the longest lasting wide body aircraft in existence. With 1,500 Boeing 747's still in existence as of 2015, this wide body aircraft has become synonomus with the image of international travel. Since 1968 Boeing has expanded the 747 family line to include several variants with differing cabin sizes, performance, and features. They have also created a freight model, with a easy access nose door. Currently this aircraft is still in service with numerous governments, airlines, and is currently being used as Air Force One for the U.S. Government.

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Key Features of the Boeing 747-400

Twin decks, lounge areas, and piano bars. Those were the standard luxury amenities that served to differentiate one airline from another during the era where price was fixed, but service was not. The Boeing 747's transformation over the years, has gone from customer focused amenities such as piano bars, smoking lounges, and onboard lounges, to high density seating where getting as many passengers onboard is the new priority for most airlines. Cabin features have morphed from the boxy designs of the 1960's and 70's to the sleek elegant interiors of the modern day, replete with accent lighting, expanded overhead bin space, and personal entertainment systems. Even though the Boeing 747 has morphed several times over the years, the aircraft is still synonymous with luxury, and exotic far away travel. The cabin can support, depending on the variant and configuration, between 412, and 605 passengers.

Capabilities of the Boeing 747-400

The Boeing 747 is one of the fastest airliners in the world with a maximum Mach speed of .92, or 614 miles per hour. The aircraft also has a massive maximum take off weight of 875,000 with the 747-400, and 987,000 lbs with the freighter variant. The range of the 747 is comparable to that of its younger sister the 777, with a maximum range between 6,100 to 9,200 depending on the variant of 747.