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PATCHED [X-Plane] 747-200 Classic Freighters 747-100 Classic Passenger



The first 747-100s were built with six upper deck windows (three per side) to accommodate upstairs lounge areas. Later, as airlines began to use the upper deck for premium passenger seating instead of lounge space, Boeing offered an upper deck with ten windows on either side as an option. Some early -100s were retrofitted with the new configuration.[128] The -100 was equipped with Pratt & Whitney JT9D-3A engines. No freighter version of this model was developed, but many 747-100s were converted into freighters as 747-100(SF).[129] The first 747-100(SF) was delivered to Flying Tiger Line in 1974. [130] A total of 168 747-100s were built; 167 were delivered to customers, while Boeing kept the prototype, City of Everett.[131] In 1972, its unit cost was US$24M[132] (155.5M today).




PATCHED [X-Plane] 747-200 Classic Freighters 747-100 Classic Passenger


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While the 747-100 powered by Pratt & Whitney JT9D-3A engines offered enough payload and range for medium-haul operations, it was marginal for long-haul route sectors. The demand for longer range aircraft with increased payload quickly led to the improved -200, which featured more powerful engines, increased MTOW, and greater range than the -100. A few early -200s retained the three-window configuration of the -100 on the upper deck, but most were built with a ten-window configuration on each side.[154] The 747-200 was produced in passenger (-200B), freighter (-200F), convertible (-200C), and combi (-200M) versions.[155]


A total of 393 of the 747-200 versions had been built when production ended in 1991.[162] Of these, 225 were -200B, 73 were -200F, 13 were -200C, 78 were -200M, and 4 were military.[163] Iran Air retired the last passenger 747-200 in May 2016, 36 years after it was delivered.[164] As of July 2019[update], five 747-200s remain in service as freighters.[165]


As increasing numbers of "classic" 747-100 and 747-200 series aircraft have been retired, some have been used for other uses such as museum displays. Some older 747-300s and 747-400s were later added to museum collections.


The 747-200's improvements over the 747-100 resulted in greater sales figures for the variant. All in all, Boeing produced 393 examples of the type across all versions, including 225 of the standard passenger-carrying 747-200B. Meanwhile, versions of the -100 totaled just 205 sales. As such, the -200 became a staple of long-haul travel in the late 20th century.


Repaint of the Felis 747-200 Classic in the Delta Air Lines Widget livery. This is a fictional repaint as Delta never flew passengers on the 747-200. This livery is based off the 747-100 which Delta did fly for a short time. Delta found the 747 too large for its routes, and began trading them back to Boeing in September 1974. The last of the five original Delta 747s, Ship 105, flew on April 23, 1977.


A total of 393 of the 747-200 versions had been built when production ended in 1991. Of these, 225 were -200B, 73 were -200F, 13 were -200C, 78 were -200M, and 4 were military. Iran Air retired the last passenger 747-200 in May 2016, 36 years after it was delivered. As of July 2019, five 747-200s remain in service as freighters


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