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What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:01 pm

This has always confused me. Is there also such a thing as a 747-100SUD?
 
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Re: What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:10 pm

The -100BSR had a higher rake-off weight than the -100SR. Only two -100BSR SUDs exist.
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Re: What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:46 pm

When was the last 747-100B built?
 
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Re: What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:28 pm

blacksoviet wrote:
When was the last 747-100B built?

I'm getting conflicting information depending on where I look, but the general consensus is around 1981 or 1982.
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Re: What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Wed Jun 12, 2019 4:55 pm

blacksoviet wrote:
When was the last 747-100B built?


747-100B built :
747-146B : 22066, 22067, 23150
747-168B : 22498-22502, 22747-22749
747-186B : 21759

Last 747-100B , a 747-146B (23150 / 601) for JAL has been delivered at Dec 04 1984.

Also two 747-100B SUD are built :
747-146B SUD : 23390, 23637
The last ( 23636 / 655 ) for JAL was delivered at Sept 09 1986.
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Re: What is the difference between the 747-100SR and the 747-100BSR?

Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:45 am

Boeing produced seven 747-100 based 747-100SR aircraft for JAL, these are built according basic number* block R0301 until/incl R0307..

All later produced 747-100B, 100BSR and 100BSUD are built according basic number block R0351 until/incl. R0381 and have an increased MTOW possibility, compared to the seven earlier built 747-100SR aircraft..

To complicate things further in the FAA Type certificate both the 747SR-46 and 747SR-81 are listed under one SR subtype. Better would have been 747SR-46 and 747BSR-81




L/N -MSN A/C type ------------1st Reg----- R/O-------- F/F---- 1st D/D---- B/N-----V/N----- 1st Cstmr.

221 20781 B747SR-46----- JA8117 -------------- 73-08-31-- 73-09-26-- R0301 RB601 JAL
229 20782 B747SR-46----- JA8118 -------------- 73-12-10-- 73-12-21-- R0302 RB602 JAL
230 20783 B747SR-46----- JA8119 -------------- 74-01-28-- 74-02-19-- R0303 RB603 JAL
231 20784 B747SR-46----- JA8120 -------------- 74-02-08-- 74-02-20-- R0304 RB604 JAL
234 20923 B747SR-46----- JA8121 -------------- 74-03-14-- 74-03-28-- R0305 RB605 JAL
249 21032 B747SR-46----- JA8124 -------------- 74-11-04-- 74-11-22-- R0306 RB606 JAL
254 21033 B747SR-46----- JA8126 -------------- 75-01-24-- 75-04-02-- R0307 RB607 JAL

346 21604 B747SR-81----- JA8133 -------------- 78-11-03-- 78-12-21-- R0351 RB681 ANA
351 21605 B747SR-81----- JA8134 -------------- 78-12-09-- 78-12-20-- R0352 RB682 ANA
360 21606 B747SR-81----- JA8135 -------------- 79-02-21-- 79-02-28-- R0353 RB683 ANA
381 21759 B747-186B----- EP-IAM -------------- 79-06-20-- 79-08-02-- R0354 RB711 Iran
393 21922 B747SR-81----- JA8136 -------------- 79-08-21-- 79-10-09-- R0355 RB684 ANA
395 21923 B747SR-81----- JA8137 -------------- 79-08-25-- 79-09-05-- R0356 RB685 ANA
420 21924 B747SR-81----- JA8138- 79-11-20-- 79-12-18-- 80-01-16-- R0357 RB686 ANA
422 21925 B747SR-81----- JA8139- 79-11-30-- 80-01-15-- 80-02-15-- R0358 RB687 ANA
426 22066 B747-146B----- JA8142- 79-12-18-- 80-01-21-- 80-01-31-- R0359 RB721 JAL
427 22067 B747-146B----- JA8143- 79-12-20-- 80-01-25-- 80-02-14-- R0360 RB722 JAL
453 22291 B747SR-81----- JA8145- 80-04-17-- 80-05-03-- 80-05-16-- R0361 RB688 ANA
456 22292 B747SR-81----- JA8146- 80-04-30-- 80-05-23-- 80-06-16-- R0362 RB689 ANA
477 22293 B747SR-81----- JA8147- 80-07-30-- 80-08-15-- 80-11-25-- R0363 RB690 ANA
481 22294 B747SR-81----- JA8148- 80-08-15-- 80-09-30-- 80-11-25-- R0364 RB691 ANA
511 22594 B747SR-81----- JA8152- 81-02-02-- 81-02-18-- 81-02-27-- R0365 RB692 ANA
512 22498 B747-168B----- HZ-AIA- 81-02-06-- 81-03-02-- 81-04-24-- R0366 RB741 Saudia
516 22595 B747SR-81----- JA8153- 81-03-02-- 81-03-29-- 81-05-28-- R0367 RB693 ANA
517 22499 B747-168B----- HZ-AIB- 81-03-06-- 81-03-23-- 81-04-02-- R0368 RB742 Saudia
522 22500 B747-168B----- HZ-AIC- 81-04-03-- 81-04-23-- 81-05-20-- R0369 RB743 Saudia
525 22501 B747-168B----- HZ-AID- 81-04-21-- 81-05-08-- 81-05-21-- R0370 RB744 Saudia
530 22502 B747-168B----- HZ-AIE- 81-05-19-- 81-06-11-- 81-07-31-- R0371 RB745 Saudia
541 22709 B747SR-81----- JA8156- 81-08-21-- 81-09-21-- 81-12-17-- R0372 RB694 ANA
544 22710 B747SR-81----- JA8157- 81-09-17-- 81-10-15-- 81-12-17-- R0373 RB695 ANA
551 22747 B747-168B----- HZ-AIG- 81-11-16-- 81-12-11-- 82-01-19-- R0374 RB746 Saudia
555 22748 B747-168B----- HZ-AIH- 82-01-18-- 82-02-03-- 82-03-17-- R0375 RB747 Saudia
557 22749 B747-168B----- HZ-AII- 82-02-15-- 82-03-19-- 82-04-02-- R0376 RB748 Saudia
559 22711 B747SR-81----- JA8158- 82-03-15-- 82-04-01-- 82-06-17-- R0377 RB696 ANA
572 22712 B747SR-81----- JA8159- 82-10-08-- 82-10-23-- 82-11-12-- R0378 RB697 ANA
601 23150 B747-146 B------JA8164- 84-09-10-- 84-10-25-- 84-12-04-- R0379 RB723 JAL
636 23390 B747-146(SUD) JA8170- 86-02-12-- 86-02-26-- 86-03-24-- R0380 RS001 JAL
655 23637 B747-146(SUD) JA8176- 86-08-12-- 86-08-29-- 86-09-09-- R0381 RS002 JAL

L/N = Line Number :

- This is the actual assembly (production) order for the type. The one exemption (up to now) is the 737NG, where Boeing restarted at L/N 1 for the Next Generation/Max variants.

MSN = Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) :

- Number given to an airplane after a firm order.
- Often Airlines or Lessors order aircraft in serial number blocks.
- Not all serial numbers are actually built.
- It's also possible that a higher serial number is built earlier than a lower number (out of sequence).
- A serial number identifies the aircraft but gives no additional info.



B/N = Boeing Basic number :
- The basic number identifies the standard ( basic) design of an airplane model.
- This indicator is made up from one letter and four numbers.
- The letter indicates the type of aircraft. (P= 737, Y = 737NG, R = 747, V =767, W=777, Z=787)
- The numbers are sequential, according assembly, different (sub) standards are listed into number blocks.

V/N = Boeing Variable or Tabulation number :

- Is an indicator for a specific airframe including all options, selected by the customer.
- Mostly a number block is reserved for expected additional orders by the same customer.
- The larger the customer, the more numbers are blocked in advance.
- If the block is full ( more orders than original expected), a second block is created for that customer.
- The indicator is made up from two letters and three numbers.
- The first letter indicates the type of aircraft. (P= 737, Y = 737NG, R = 747, V =767, W=777, Z=787)
- The second letter indicates the submodel or further subdivision. ( A = 747-100, C = 747-8, etc.)
- These two letters are forming a variable block.
- The three numbers are the sequence in that block.
- Not all numbers within a variable block are actually build.
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