Re: Biggest Jumbo?

From:         Corwin@src.honeywell.com (Bill Corwin)
Organization: Honeywell Technology Center
Date:         23 Feb 95 02:12:20 
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In article <airliners.1995.145@ohare.Chicago.COM>, kls@ohare.Chicago.COM
(Karl Swartz) wrote:

>     aircraft    MGTOW   span    length  passengers
>     --------    -----   ----    ------  ----------
>     747-400     870000  211.0   231.9   412-509
>     747-100     750000  195.7   231.9   366-452
>     MD-11       618000  169.5   200.8   293-410
>     DC-10-30    572000  165.3   181.6   250-380
>     A340-300    558900  197.8   209.0   280-440
>     L-1011-500  504000  164.3   164.2   230-330
>     L-1011-250  496000  155.3   177.7   250-400
>     DC-10-10    440000  155.3   182.3   250-380

I believe all your numbers Karl, but you've left out one of the most
beautiful aircraft in the world.  I wouldn't call it a "JUMBO" but she is
a "heavy" (GW > 300,000 lbs.).

      Concorde    408000   83.8   203.75  100