747-400 freighter, with a standard Boeing upper deck, just aft of the cockpit has a galley on the left, a lav (old blue water style) on the right. Only a curtain and bulkhead seperate the cockpit from the aft cabin. Aft of the galley is the main deck acces door and ladder, a L shaped seating area (room for 2 seat assemblies on the right, 1 on the left) and a crew rest bunk area (with 2 bunks) behind the aft bulkhead. Seating on the upper deck is usually two or three first class seats depending on the operators preference, but the supernumerary seating is limited to the number of escape harnesses on the aircraft (8 in the cabin, 4 in the cockpit). There is also an escape slide at the upper deck service door just like the 100/200 pax models. There is one window on each side of the fuselage in the bunk area, two each side in the seating area. Interesting point of the upper deck is that it creates more drag than the stretched upper deck, but due to the extra weight and reduced ceiling height on the main deck, Boeing kept the 200 41/42 section. Many operators also store maintenance/IPC manuals and other equipment on the upper deck. The entire cargo compartment is covered with either hard or soft liners and cannot be seen from the upper deck.