Boeing is the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world. Ask questions about the company, its products and culture here.
Boeing is the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world. Ask questions about the company, its products and culture here.
In the 1940's, Boeing's naming convention at the time was to have the 300-400 series reserved for military planes, 500 series for turbine engines, 600 series for rockets and missiles, and 700 series for jet passenger planes. It was later decided for marketing purposes that any planes with the numerical designation that starts and ends with a "7" is reserved for passenger planes. So, this is why the 747 is named this way.
Anyone can charter a private jet. It really depends on where you are going, how many people you have and in you're use to flying and paying business class prices. If so private jet charter is comparable to flying business class on the airlines and you don't have to deal with TSA, wait in lines at the airport, check bags, or worry about the 3oz liquid rule. When chartering a private plane it's your plane… Read More
According to Boeing's website, "the 747-400ER is now the largest and fastest commercial airplane in the sky - cruising at Mach 0.85, or 85 percent of the speed of sound."
It depends upon many factors; the weight of the aircraft, elevation of the airport, temperature, wind direction and speed to name a few.
High Bypass turbofan engines use pneumatics (air) for starting the engines.
Uses its engines and wings
The Boeing Company was founded in Seattle Washington, United States of America in 1916. The founder was William E. Boeing.
Depending on your aircraft you can use "Tiller Steering", or just use the "Rudder" for steering (NMB 0 and Return/Enter)
Fuel is normally stored in the wings of the Boeing 737. directly above the wings on the engine. The fuel takes the shape of the inside of the wing, it is obviously protected.
No, not in the traditional "plane" method. The rotor blades have a radius larger than their distance from the ground, so trying to land with the engines pointed directly forward would result in the last 3-4 feet of the propeller blades hitting the runway. Now, they can land using a "semi-horizontal" method, and don't have to land strictly vertically. When using a runway landing, the engines rotate to between 75 to 80 degrees from horizontal… Read More
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The Boeing Badge Office Hours will vary from location to location. For specific hours, it would be best to contact the location direct.
i think only two people can travel on a biplane because that is why it is called a biplane...
A 747 has 18 wheels.
Beyond the reference to leadership, the company Vision doesn't provide much specific guidance, so Boeing employees are also provided with a set of Boeing Business Imperatives, which Boeing believes will help the company achieve its vision. The Boeing Business Imperatives are: "Detailed customer knowledge and focus that understand, anticipate and respond to customer needs. Large-scale systems integration that continually develops and advances technical excellence. A lean enterprise characterized by efficiency, supplier management, short cycle times… Read More
The 747 has a distinctive humped upper deck, which was also useful when converted as a cargo plane. It was also the first widebody plane.
"Jumbo jets" are planes that are bigger than normal airliners. The 747 and the A380 would be jumbo jets. A 767 is a normal airliner, so no it's not a jumbo jet.
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Airbus (Europe) is Boeing's biggest competitor. They also compete with Bombardier, EADS, Orbital, SpaceX, Caterpillar & Embraer and many other companies across the different segments they operate in. You can see more information about Boeing's competitors and their other business relationships (suppliers, partners etc) at Spiderbook Here's a direct link to their competitors.... http://spiderbook.com/company/17272/?relationship=competitor
The EDGAR system of the Security and Exchange Commission has historical public financial data for any publicly trading company in the United States.
I can't find the height of the 767 wingtip, but I can tell you that the wing span runs from 156 to about 170 feet, depending on model. The wingtip height would increase as the wingspan gets longer due to wing design dihedral. I'll keep looking...
It uses petrol
Yes, but it muct be 3 ounces or less
A Boeing 757 weighs from 220,000 pounds up to a maximum of 255,000 pounds. The 757 is a mid-size jet airliner.
$10.00 for a reserved seat. The following website shows the first ring and the first ticket. http://www.superbowl.com/partners/aol?http://www.superbowl.com/history/recaps/game/sbi
Answer: The seating chart for the Airbus A330-300 series is 2-4-2 in your standard economy class layout. For buisness class it is 2-2-2, For First class, it varies. for a seat map of this aircraft, you can refer to airliners.net or seatguru.com where you can find an airline that flies this aircraft and how they lay the aircraft out. The seating for the A320 for US airlines is; 2-2 for Buisness class 3-3 for Economy… Read More
The Bourbons, they in fact ruled for over that time and before it as well.
there were 3 plane crashes in 2006
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Probably not. I imagine that your Crown Vic has fuel injection, which means that the fuel pump has to produce at least 20 pounds per square inch. If it were bad, the car would not run, period. But what might be in need of replacement is the fuel filter. Also, you may have a leak in the fuel system somewhere, or you could have a problem in the ignition system. With computer controlled ignition and… Read More
On September 1, 2006, the first Boeing 737-900ER took to the skies over Washington state. Certification by American and European authorities is expected in early 2007 and the entry into revenue service with Lion Air was scheduled for the Spring 2007.
It matters on how fast the speed was at impact, lets say if it was 512 knots the plane would be pretty much melted, but if it was at a landing then it mould most likely be pretty mu intact. Here is some advice if you take a flight use the expensive one because better maintenance. From National Transportation Safety Board
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You probably have a coolant leak. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info answer The coolant is most likely leaking onto the engine of your car, causing the white smoke.
Experts say windshield wiper blades should be replaced every six to twelve months, and wiper blade manufacturers recommend changing wiper blades every year.
it can cost up to a toltal of 30 million poundsdepending on what model
There are only 2 incidents which involved a B-737 in continental history neither of which involved a Boeing 737-700 i would say very safe. On January 16, 2006, a contract mechanic working for Continental Airlines was sucked into the engine of a Boeing 737-500 and killed. The incident took place at El Paso International Airport.On March 7, 2008 a Continental Boeing 737-300 from Houston slid off the runway into the grass shortly after landing in… Read More
Most large airlines operate the different variants of the 777, Singapore Airlines is the largest user of the 777's to date, with Emirates not far behind with a large number of the 300ER type. Other notable's are British Airways, United Airlines, American Airlines, Qatar Airways and Pakistan International Airways. The 777-200LR operates the longest non stop commercial flight with Emirates Airlines, from Dubai - San Francisco. Nelson_98 says: I was told that also Air Canada… Read More
The last Boeing 727 was delivered to FedEx in the 1980's. I'll have to look up the exact date.
It is designed to operate with a cruise speed of 530 miles per hour but there may be slight differences in variants based on Take Off Weight and engine selection.
get a pilot license and ask boieng company probaly
747-200 freighter approx 155,000 kg. 747-400 freighter approx 165,000 kg.
While there have been many different layouts and floorplans for the various models of 737s over the years, one of the most common floorplans is available linked below. It shows four lavs. One is just aft of the cockpit, another aft of first class (between rows 5 and 6), and two in the tail behind row 31.
This is simply caused by excessive blowby. In short, this engine is worn out. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Answer Assuming it's not on fire... I would replace the pcv first, if smoke persist open radiator cap, with engine running (cold of course) see if radiator bubbles. also look for oil on the bottom of radiator cap or pull dip stick and check for water in oil, the oil will appear to be milky looking. if none of… Read More
Only if the ballast is a multi tap ballast. : Even if you could install a 120V ballast, or tap it to 120V with the existing one, Current may become an issue. To run the 400W light (sodium?) Now instead of the .833 amp range it's more like 3.33 amps. Supply wiring would have to be able to handle that. Those types of lights are often on long runs to building and grounds lights, parking… Read More
Airmail to the troops was considered essential, just as it was to British troops in mini-wars and hot spots around the world. It came by whatever means were expedient, -supply transport, bomber, jet fighter or helicopter. Once in Oman, I remember the mailbag arriving in a converted drop tank on a Royal Navy Gannet sub-hunter, - smelly, but still beautiful.
The impeller is either clogged with something, your filter is clogged or your pump motor has a defect. The pump is working very hard so it heats up. You said you vacuumed? My bet is on the clogged filter! Well, the filter, the large tank, would never have aburnt smell. Ya gotta be talkin' about the pump motor. Turn off the motor, get down and sniff towards the back side of the motor being careful… Read More
The question not being more specific makes it a little difficult to answer. Nevertheless, if it is referring to attorneys taking bribes to manipulate the outcome of a case, then the answer is most definitely, NO ! However there always exception. If it pertains to a settlement for debt, then the answer would be yes, although it is not the attorney who receives the settlement amount it is the creditor who is owed the debt… Read More
personally i would check the oxygen sensor, plugs ,wires,
William Boeing was born on October 1, 1881.
452 in 2 class configuration and 366 in 3 class configuration
39.9 meters or 130 ft. 10 in.
366 in a 3 class configuration or 452 in 2 class configuration.
No, the Boing 757 is a single deck aircraft.
The Kingfisher planes use the Airbus planes made in France planes for its fleet. Not the Boeing.
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Depends on the truck, a regular truck one might see such as a ford f150 has 4 wheels which each have tires on them, a different version of ford truck has 6 wheels, and then there are 16 wheelers.
Hydraulically operated wheel brakes,
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let's ask this question: what is the per head mpg of a Boeing 737 or Airbus 310?
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The max take off weight is 396,890 kgs.
This is Thompsonfly 767.
Acceleration (a) = v-u/t Find v (final velocity) in m/s 300km/h = 300*1000/60*60 = 83.33 m/s a= 83.33- 0 (rest)/25 (time) = 3.33 m/s2
It's thrust is 27,300 lbs per engine.
Very they have started taking over from the 737 as the "work horses" of the industry
the cruise speed of a 747-400 is 564mph
A 747-400 consists of 147,000 pounds (66,150 kg) of high-strength aluminum.
When I was working with the B747-200, it had an operating Max Take-off Gross Weight of 803,000 lbs. The empty weight was about 330,000 lbs with furnishings. The fuel was almost the same amount when fully loaded: about 300,000 lbs. So, if you had an bare empty B747 with no furnishings it would weight less than 300,000 lbs. Therefore, two B747's would weight about 600,000 lbs. This would leave plenty of fuel to top off… Read More
The 787 prices: 787-8 = US$185.2 Million. 787-9 = US$218.1 Million.
There are many variables to figuring fuel consumption such as airspeed, altitude, and throttle settings. The average used for flight planning is 12,500 pounds per hour, or 1840 gallons per hour.
0,024 l/km and seat
The maximum speed is 0.92 mach.
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No. The Airbus A380 is the biggest passenger plane in the world.
first off there is no b797 there is a b787 and that is smaller than a A380.
Upper Deck: 100 Lower Deck: 200 Tail: 300 Doors: 400 Left Wing: 500 Right Wing: 600 Landing Gears: 700 Engines: 800
Yes, the boeing 737 is the most popular aircraft on the planet, with 1 million 737 taking off and landing every day. Answer It depends on how you define "popular". In terms of largest number of sales of all time then the above answer is correct. However, if you mean "most popular now", then Airbus is the more popular, as shown conclusively by the following sales figures. |2011 orders: Boeing - 428, Airbus - 1231… Read More
Varies considerably due to size, engines type weight act . However, the smallest plane is 70 knots and something like a 737 is 150 average Takeoff and landing speeds depend on aircraft weight, airfoil, airfoil configuration, and air density. They can vary from zero knots (VTOL) on up to 200 plus knots.
The Boeing 757 is a narrow body medium haul aircraft while the Boeing 777 is a wide body long haul aircraft and is much larger and is designed to fly international routes.
normally around 480 knots (888kph, 555mph)
You are in luck,go to STS Performance.com,they have new 2.2L motors for $1200.If you have the money you can get their performance parts /put on at no extra cost.Underdrive pulleys,cams,intakes,rockers,heads,etc.Or you go to a salvage yard and hpoe for the best.
Port Louis is the capital city of Maurtius and it's the major harbor of the island. The Airport is located in the south east at Plaisance and the name of the Airport is Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. Airport identifier is FIMP with runway 14 and 32 both over 3000 meters in length.
15.9 US Gallons.
More to the Question Just a bit more information to my question above. The car was only working on two cylinders or pistons. That has been repaired and the car now works good.When I put the car into drive or reverse I have to keep my foot on the accelerator and on the brake. Once the car has taken of and I get to an intersection its fine there is no problem its just after… Read More
According to the NC Juvenile Code, any juvenile under 18 years of age is subject to the supervision and control of the juvenile's parents unless they are married, serving in the armed forces (both of which require parental consent) or they have been granted emancipation by the court. NC does allow a minor 16 or older to petition for emancipation. However, the granting of emancipation is certainly not common. I live in NC, and I
ALL VEHICLES are designed to go approx. 300 miles per tankful. It doesn't matter what size, make, or model. Example: an SUV that gets low MPG has a LARGE gas tank (capable of approx. 300 mi.) An economy car that gets high MPG has a SMALL gas tank (capable of approx. 300 mi.)
Personally I doubt it, maybe you should check the idle air control motor from my understanding the filter only helps it to breathe better it should not alter idle rpms
they have larger engines, therfore it takes more fuel to provide the massive power that they need.
Typically, car dealers (in their parts department) have access to diagrams for all sorts of systems (including fuel, wiring, ignition, brake, driveline, etc.). Usually it's as easy as pulling it up on the computer programs they have. They can even do this for older vehicles, though some dealers have limits for how far back they'll go. You should also be able to find one, with some extensive Googling.
Check for corrosion in the distributer and on the rotor Check for uneven compression between cylinders Answer, Check for water in the fuel. The geo metro seems to be very senitive to water in the fuel. Either drain the tank or use a HEET type product in your fuel tank (HEET is used in colder climets to help remove water from the fuel in the tank)
Next to the distributer, screwed into the bolck The one in the oil filter housing is the oil pressure "idiot" light