Historical Fleet
747-400 Combi (74E)
   
 

The Boeing B747-400 was the anchor of the Air Canada widebody fleet. Air Canada operated three aircraft in the Combi version. The Combi allowed to accommodate up to 296 passengers in a two-class-configuration as well as 7 pallets of cargo on the maindeck. It was therefore utilized on routes that had high passenger and cargo demand.

Technical characteristics
Timetable code 74E
Manufacturer Boeing
Number of aircraft 3
Engines PW 4056
Seats (typical) 296
Cargo capacity 85,323 lbs (38 703 kilos)
Fuel capacity 57,285 usg (216 847 l.)
Overall length 231 feet, 10 inches (70, 6m.)
Wing span 211 feet, 5 inches (64,  4m.)
Top of fin from ground 63 feet, 5 inches (19,3 m.)
Cruise speed 570 mph (917 km/h)
Range (full passengers) 6,670 miles (10 734 km.)
Cruise altitude (typical) 35,000 feet (10,670 m.)