FS2004 Boeing 747-400RR, Qantas Airways
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This is a plane file for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. The file contains the Boeing 747-400 Rolls Royce (engines). The paint scheme of this 747 is Qantas Airways livery. The plane is painted white with a red tail and bold company lettering shown on the upper body.
The Boeing 747 is one of the most best selling planes of all times. The plane has a wide body and is designated as a commercial airliner. The 747 is also frequently modified to be used as an Air cargo transport aircraft.
The Boeing 747 began production in 1968 and has been steadily in production since that time. It is estimated that over 1400 of the planes have been built. The Plane is widely used by British Airways, United Airlines, and Lufthansa.
The 747 is known as one of the fastest commercial air liners ever built. The plane has a cruise speed of 570MPH and a max speed of 594 MPH. The Boeing 747 has a large body and is a two aisle airliner with four wing mounted engines. The Plane has a maximum takeoff weight of 735,000 lbs.
Qantas airlines is the principle airline of Australia. The airline was created in 1921 and has been in steady operation since that time. As of 2013 the airline has a fleet that includes 147 aircraft and flies to over 40 destinations. The airline is based in the city of Botany Bay in New South Wales, Australia.
The archive qn744pos.zip has 40 files and directories contained within it.
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