Boeing 747-8i

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The 747-8i is a stretched version of the 747 with an extended upper deck. It also includes a modified wing (with raked wingtips instead of winglets) and engines (identifiable by the jagged nacelle) for greater range and efficiency. Capable of carrying 410 passengers in a three-class configuration almost 9,000 miles, the 747-8 received its FAA type certificate in December 2011, and entered commercial service six months later with Lufthansa.

 Primary operators of this type include Air China, Korean Air, and Lufthansa.

Fuselage Length (m) 76.3
Tail Height (m) 19.4
Wingspan (m) 68.4
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 987,000
Max Range (nm) 7,730 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.9
Max Configuration 605
Typical Configuration 410
Engines 4
Engine Models GEnx-2B67
Primary Operators Air China, Korean Air, Lufthansa