The B737-300F is a freighter model of the B737-300. It flew for the first time on February 24, 1984, and was delivered for use on November 28.

The Boeing B737-300F model has many features that can improve its capacity and efficiency, including airframe stretching, aviation dynamic adjustment and powerful turbofan engines. This plane can carry oversized cargo and container cargo at the same time.

The fuselage is 33.4 meters long
Wingspan 28.9 meters
11.3 meters high
The maximum takeoff weight is 62 tons
The maximum load is 15 tons

B747 is a four-engine long-range wide-fuselage transport aircraft produced by Boeing Company.

It has a length of 70.6 meters, a wingspan of 64.4 meters and a height of 19.4 meters. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 396 tons and a maximum cargo capacity of 113 tons. B747-400F is the cargo plane model of B747-400. The biggest feature is that the nose door can be opened, which has a great advantage in the protection of unconventional goods.

(2) 96 x 125 inches x 8 feet corrugated tray 15.30 cubic meters and 17.20 cubic meters (504 cubic feet and 607 cubic feet)

(5) 96 x 125 inch x 8 tray 17.40 cubic meters (613 cubic feet)

(23) 96 x 125 inches x 10 feet corrugated tray at 21.20 cubic meters (750 cubic feet)

Total 607.70 cubic feet 21,462 cubic feet

(2) 88 x 125 inches x 8 feet corrugated tray 13.90 cubic meters and 15.70 cubic meters (493 cubic feet and 554 cubic feet)

(5) 88 x 125 inch x 8 tray 15.90 cubic meters (560 cubic feet)

(23) 88 x 125 inches x 10 feet corrugated tray at 19.30 cubic meters (680 cubic feet)

Total 553.00 cubic feet 19,487 cubic feet

B757 is a twin-engine medium-range transport aircraft produced by Boeing Company B757-200F is a B757-200 freighter model, which was announced on December 30, 1985 and delivered in September 1987.

Wingspan: 38.05 meters
Captain: 47.32 meters
Height: 13.56 meters
Maximum load: 25 tons
Maximum takeoff gross weight: 115 tons
Maximum fuel quantity: 42,680 liters
Maximum load range: 3560 km
Maximum fuel range: 6320 km
Power plant: two turbofan engines

Boeing 767 adopts a brand-new airframe, and is the first wide-body aircraft with two-person pilot system in Boeing civil aircraft. In the design process, Boeing 767 has more similarities with Boeing 757 developed at the same time, and the cockpit design of both is basically the same. Boeing 767-200 aircraft model is the basic model of Boeing 767, and the model originally produced by Boeing 767 series. First flight on September 26, 1981, with a range of 5,800 to 7,100 kilometers.

MA
XIMUM PAYLOAD
100,000 lbs (45,359.23 Kg)

TOTAL VOLUME
15,468 cu ft

MAIN DECK
11,900 cu ft
Container Positions: 19

LOWER DECK
3568 cu ft
Container Positions: 7

ENGINE MAXIMUM THRUST
General Electric CF6 80A 48,OOO lbs (21,772Kg)

MAXIMUM FUEL CAPACITY
137,015 lbs (62,149 Kg)

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
351,000 lbs (159,211Kg)

MAXIMUM RANGE WITH MAX. PAYLOAD
3,000 NM (5556 KM

TYPICAL CRUISE SPEED
Mach 0.80

WING SPAN
156 ft 1in. (47.58 M)

OVERALL LENGTH
159 ft 2 in. (48.52 M)

B767 is a medium-sized wide-body machine developed by Boeing Company of America. The 767-300F is the cargo plane version of 767-300ER. The container capacity of this model is 336.5 cubic meters in the main cabin and 117.5 cubic meters in the bottom cargo hold, and it can fly 6,000 kilometers when it is fully loaded with 50 tons of cargo. In 2005, Boeing announced the launch of the "767-300 Modified Cargo Aircraft" program, namely 767-300BCF. The modified 767-300BCF has a deadweight of 54 metric tons and a maximum range of 5,390 kilometers, which is equivalent to a 767-300F freighter.

MAXIMUM PAYLOAD
127,000 lbs (57,606 Kg)

TOTAL VOLUME
15,468 cu ft

MAIN DECK
11,900 cu ft
Container Positions: 24

LOWER DECK
3568 cu ft
Container Positions: 7

ENGINE MAXIMUM THRUST
General Electric CF6 80C2B6/B7
60,030 lbs (27,236Kg)

MAXIMUM FUEL CAPACITY
159,706 lbs (72,441 Kg)

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
412,000 lbs (186,880 Kg)

MAXIMUM RANGE WITH MAX. PAYLOAD
3,500 NM (6,482 KM)

TYPICAL CRUISE SPEED
Mach 0.80

WING SPAN
156 ft 1in. (47.58 M)

OVERALL LENGTH
180 ft 3 in. (54.9 M)

TAIL HEIGHT
52 ft (15.84 M)

In 2005, in order to replace the old B747-400F and the discontinued MD-11F, Boeing Company of the United States developed this B77F based on the B777-200LR with a long range.

As the aircraft with the longest flight distance, the largest loading capacity and the lowest voyage cost among freighters equipped with twin engines, B777F has great advantages in long-distance route operation.

The fuselage is 63.7 meters
Wingspan 64.8 meters
18.6 meters high
The floor height of the main cabin is 5.09 meters
The floor height of the lower cargo hold is 3.11m.
The maximum cargo capacity is 102 tons

Four D18T turbofan engines of Lotarev Design Bureau are used as power plants, with thrust of 4×229.5 kN and reverse thrust devices. The lower cargo hold is mainly used to carry large volume and heavy military equipment and civil goods. The main airborne equipment is equipped with common flight equipment, including large radar screen and mobile map display, forward-looking weather radar, map/navigation radar, satellite navigation receiver, four inertial navigation systems, and one each for Roland and Omega navigation systems.

Wing Span 73.3m / 240 ft 5 in
Height 20.78 m / 68 ft 2 in
wing area 628 m² / 6,760 ft²
Empty Weight 175,000 kg / 385,000 lb
MAX PAYLOAD 230,000 kg
max. Takeoff Weight 405,000 kg
max. Speed 865 km/h / 537mph
Range 5,400 km (120 tons loaded) / 11,900 km (40 tons loaded)

AN-225 was originally designed for the purpose of transporting rockets. The shape of the cargo hold was very flat, with a total length of 43.51 meters, a maximum width of 6.68 meters, a width of the cargo hold floor of 6.40 meters, and a maximum height of 4.39 meters. In order to facilitate the entry and exit of huge cargo, the An-225, like most large freighters, adopts the "Visor Type" nose that can be lifted up and opened, and the cockpit is located on the second floor above the main deck. A crane is also installed in the cargo hold. However, unlike the An-124, the An-225 does not have a tailgate that doubles as an unloading ramp. An-225 requires a total of six crew members to operate, one pilot and co-pilot, two engineering officers, and two stowage officers.

AN-225 with amazing weight and size

The design of the undercarriage part is also gorgeous. The nose wheel part is composed of two pairs of double wheels, a total of 4 tires, and the belly wheel part is composed of seven pairs of double wheels in the front and rear, a total of two rows, so there are a total of 28 tires, all of them It is up and down in a hydraulic way, in which the front wheels have a steering function to improve the maneuverability of the aircraft when taxiing on the ground.

Service Ceiling 10,000m / 32,808ft
Flying height 10,000m

Range 4,000km / 2.160NM 2.486 mi.
Flying distance 4,000 km

Empty Weight 350.000kg / 771.617lbs
Empty weight 350,000 kgs

max. Takeoff Weight 600.000kg / 1.322.774lbs
Maximum take-off weight 600,000 kgs

max. Payload 250,000 kgs
Available load 250,000 kg / 551,156lbs

Wing Span 88,40m / 290ft 0 in
Span 88.40 m

Wing Area 905,0m² / 9741ft²
Wing area 905.00 m²

Length 84,00m / 275ft 7 in
Body length 84 m

Height 18,10m / 59ft 5 in
Body height 18.10 m

The payload weight of AN-225 was originally announced to be 250 tons. However, it is generally believed that AN-225 has a payload capacity of at least 300 tons. The cargo can not only be placed in the cargo hold of the fuselage. AN-225 was originally designed to The back rack designed by the Space Shuttle Blizzard also has the capacity to carry 250 tons of heavy objects. In contrast, even Antonov’s own signature AN-124 is only 150 tons. In addition to the generally noticeable payload capacity, the AN-225 has a large fuselage and can carry relatively more fuel, so it has an ultra-long endurance and can continue to fly 1,350 nautical miles even under full load. (About 2,500 kilometers) distance. In fact, AN-225 is the new world record standard established by the International Aviation Federation (Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, FAI) in November 2004. The long-distance flight load record holder holds a number of classes with an off-land weight of more than 300 tons. The world record for the model.