|Type:||Boeing B747-400F (B74F)|
|Max Cargo:||112170 KGs|
|Max Passengers:||0 pax|
|Max Cruise FL:||370|
There are few aircraft as instantly recognisable as the original Jumbo Jet. The Boeing B747-400 has its origins in the 1960`s when airlines wanted more capacity more range and more speed.
Since the original aircraft rolled out it has evolved through several variants with improved avionics engines and materials resulting in improved range and fuel burn.
Airwecargo has five B747-400F. Three have UK registrations with a further two registered in the USA.
The UK registered aircraft operate from London Stansted on a varied route network across Europe.
|Average fuel use per flight: 21627.03 KGs||Total fuel used: 865081.35 KGs||Fuel consumption rate: 36.79 KGs/mile|
|Average Flight Distance per flight: 36.79 miles||Total Flight Distance: 23512 miles||Average Revenue: £199917.53|
|Total Revenue: £7996701.18||Total Expenses: £1539708.8|
Most recent flights
|Flight Number||Departure||Arrival||Pilot In Command||Distance||Revenue||Landing Rate|
|JGA 26||EGKK||EHAM||Adam Norman||197 miles||£ 8120.12||--709 ft/min|
|MYA 4308||EGJB||EGCC||Adam Norman||236 miles||£ 8126.1||--107 ft/min|
|MYA 4167||EGBB||EGTE||Adam Norman||121 miles||£ 3264.22||--98 ft/min|
|MYA 4040||EGJB||EGBB||Adam Norman||184 miles||£ 1462.9||--120 ft/min|
|AWC 9201A||LPPT||EGNX||Roy Hayday||905 miles||£ 427677||--195 ft/min|
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