Re: 747 100/200 differentiation question

From:         kls@ohare.Chicago.COM (Karl Swartz)
Organization: Chicago Software Works, Menlo Park, California
Date:         17 Jul 95 04:29:37 
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>I always thought that the 100 had a different wing design altogether.
>The 100 has a single piece flap design and the 200 and onwards a
>triple-slotted fowler flap set-up.  This is also the case on SPs.

I think you've got that backwards -- the SP has a single-piece flap,
whereas the other 747s, including both -100 and -200, have a triple-
slotted flap design.

Other than the odd flaps on the SP, and the wingtip extension (usually
with winglets) on the -400, all of the 747s have essentially the same
wing as the original 747-100 had.

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