Boeing 747-100B

The 747-100B model was developed from the 100SR-fuertearmadura using your airline and undercarriage design. The guy had a greater fuel capacity of 48.070 U.S. gallons, which allows a 5,000 nautical miles (9,300 km, 5,800 miles) with a typical range of 452-passenger load, and a maximum takeoff weight greater than 750,000 pounds (340,000 kg) was offered. The first order-100B, an Iran Air plane, was announced on June 1, 1978. This aircraft first flew on June 20, 1979, received FAA certification on August 1, 1979, and was delivered the next day. [113] of nine 100Bs were built, one for Iran Air and eight of Arabia (now Saudi Arabian Airlines). [114] [115] unlike the original dela -100, the 100B, was offered with Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7A, General Electric CF6-50, or Rolls-Royce RB211-524 engines. However, only RB211-524 (Arabia) and 7A JT9D-(Iran Air) engines were ordered.

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