TRANS PIXS WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION PHOTOS--AIR FORCE ONE
TRANS PIXS WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION PHOTOS--AIR FORCE ONE


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AIR FORCE ONE CHARACTERISTICS
Primary Function Presidential air transport
Contractor Boeing Airplane, Co.
Model 747-200B
Power Plant Four General Electric CF6-80C2B1 jet engines
Thrust 56,700 lbs. per engine
Length 231 feet, 10 inches (70.7 meters)
Height 63 feet, 5 inches (19.3 meters)
Wingspan 195 feet, 8 inches (59.6 meters)
Speed 630 mph (Mach 0.92)
Service Ceiling 45,100 feet (13,746 meters)
Maximum Takeoff Weight 833,000 pounds (374,850 kg)
Fuel Capacity 53,611 gallons 202,940 liters)
Range 7,800 statue miles (12,550 km)
Crew 26 (passenger/crew capacity: 102)
In-Service Date 12/8/90 (Tail No. 28000)
12/23/90 (Tail No. 29000)
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June 6, 1999