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How high can a Boeing 777 go?

How high can a Boeing 777 go?

43,100 feet
The Boeing 777 can fly as high as 43,100 feet. However, its normal cruising altitude is usually around 35,000-39,000 feet.

What is the max altitude for Boeing 747?

Boeing 747 Lufthansa previously bragged that its 747-400 could reach the highest altitude in its fleet, reaching a max altitude of 44,947 ft (13,610 m). Meanwhile, the modern 747-8, which is well deployed by the carrier, has a service ceiling of 43,100 ft (13,137 m).

What aircraft can fly at 45000 feet?

The highest military air-breathing engine airplane was the SR-71 — about 90,000 feet. The highest airliner flying today reaches 45,000 feet. The highest business jet flying today reaches 51,000 feet.

Can commercial planes fly at 50000 feet?

The highest certified altitude of an airliner was Concorde’s 60,000 feet. Today some of the corporate jets can fly at 51,000 feet. Q: What is the highest cruising altitude allowed? A: Most airliners are limited to 45,000 feet or less.

How much does a 747 cost?

$418.4 million
In 2019, a single 747-8 Intercontinental cost $418.4 million. Meanwhile, the freighter variant was for sale for $419.2 million per unit. Comparing the cost of the initial 747-100, the price of the 747-8 is lower after taking inflation into account.

How high can a Boeing 787 fly?

43,000 Feet
Dreamliner Boeing 787 Specs Table

Variant Boeing 787 8
Vmo/Mmo Velocity/Mach Max Operating speed Mach 0.90 (593 mph, 515 knots, 954 km/h at 35,000 ft/10,700 meters)
Cruise Speed IAS/Mach Mach 0.85 (567 mph, 488 knots, 903 km/h at 35,000 ft/10,700 m)
Ceiling 43,000 Feet (13,100 Metres)
Range 13,620 km (7,355 nmi)

Can airplanes fly over Mount Everest?

Tim Morgan, a commercial pilot writing for Quora says aircraft can fly above 40,000 feet, and hence it is possible to fly over Mount Everest which stands at 29,031.69 feet. However, typical flight routes do not travel above Mount Everest as the mountains create unforgiving weather.

Is there turbulence at 40000 feet?

“That’s just the rules of the road.” While the worst turbulence occurs in the middle of a storm—typically between 12,000 to 20,000 feet—storms and the turbulence they create can rise as high as 50,000 feet, well above the 30,000 to 40,000-foot ceiling of most airliners.