British Airways have 57 Boeing 747-400.
The Boeing 747 can fly in the troposphere and lower stratosphere layers of Earth's atmosphere.
The ISS will have an internal pressurized volume of 46,000 cubic feet, or about 1.5 Boeing 747s. (from a Boeing website of ISS funfacts)
Bombardier makes a 50-passenger jet. Some Boeing 747s carry more than 500. The Airbus A380 will carry more than that.
Yes. Their first B747 the "red meatball" was purchased from People's Express.
1,500 as of June 28, 2014.
It depends on the airplane...little planes like Cessnas can land doing about 60 knots, King Airs land at about 100 knots, Boeing 747s need about 150...
Yes. It is longer by about 3 metres and taller. There are different types of 747s and 777s. But if we compare the largest type of both planes, than the 777 is bigger.
I don't know the weight, however, the total weight of the sesame seeds sold annually on Big Macs, is greater than the total weight of two Boeing 747s
The Macau International Airport covers a total area of 474 acres and is capable of handling Boeing 747s. It is well-equipped, with a capacity of 6,000,000 passengers and 160,000 tons of cargo annually.
Depends on WHICH Boeing you are talking about.