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Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design, Volume 1: Guidebook (2010)

Chapter: Appendix D - Aircraft Types and Key Dimensional Criteria

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix D - Aircraft Types and Key Dimensional Criteria." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2010. Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design, Volume 1: Guidebook. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22964.
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D-1 A P P E N D I X D Aircraft Types and Key Dimensional Criteria

FAA ICAO Typical Aircraft Aircraft Aeroplane Maximum Design Design Design Aircraft Passenger Group Group Code Type Capacity ft m ft m ft m ft m ft m ft m Small Regional I A Cessna 172 4 26’-10” 8.2 36’-1” 11.0 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Large Regional II B EMB 120 30 61’-6” 18.7 64’-11” 19.8 7’-3” 2.2 21’-6” 6.5 4’-10” 1.5 5’-2” 1.6 ERJ 135 37 80’-0” 24.4 65’-9” 20.0 6’-7” 2.0 22’-5” 6.8 4’-11” 1.5 7’-3” 2.2 ERJ 140 44 87’-0” 26.5 65’-9” 20.0 6’-4” 1.9 22’-4” 6.8 4’-10” 1.5 n/a n/a ERJ 145 50 91’-8” 27.9 65’-9” 20.0 6’-4” 1.9 22’-2” 6.7 4’-10” 1.5 n/a n/a ERJ 145XR 50 91’-8” 27.9 68’-11” 21.0 6’-7” 2.0 22’-3” 6.8 4’-9” 1.5 n/a n/a CRJ 200 50 87’-10” 26.8 69’-7” 21.2 n/a n/a 20’-5” 6.2 5’-4” 1.6 n/a n/a CRJ 700 78 106’-8” 32.5 76’-3” 23.2 n/a n/a 24’-10” 7.6 5’-8” 1.7 n/a n/a CRJ 705 75 n/a n/a 81’-6” 24.9 n/a n/a n/a n/a 5’-8” 1.7 n/a n/a CRJ 900 86-90 119’-4” 36.4 81’-6” 24.9 n/a n/a 24’-7” 7.5 5’-8” 1.7 n/a n/a CRJ 1000 100 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Narrowbody III C Q200 37-39 n/a n/a 85”-0" 25.9 n/a n/a n/a n/a 3’-7” 1.1 n/a n/a Q300 50-56 n/a n/a 90’-0” 27.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a 3’-7” 1.1 n/a n/a Q400 68-78 n/a n/a 93’-3” 28.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a 4’-1/2” 1.2 5’-1” 1.6 EMB 170 78 98’-1” 29.9 85’-4” 26.0 n/a n/a 31’-10” 9.7 8’-4” 2.5 8’-0” 2.5 EMB 175 86 103’-11” 31.7 85’-4” 26.0 n/a n/a 31’-9” 9.7 8’-4” 2.5 7’-11” 2.4 EMB 190 106 118’-11” 36.2 94’-3” 28.7 n/a n/a 34’-4” 10.5 8’-6” 2.6 9’-11” 3.0 B737-600 108-130 97’-9” 29.8 112’-7” 34.3 11’-11” 3.6 41’-8” 12.7 8’-6” 2.6 9’-8” 3.0 A319 124 111’-1” 33.5 111’-10” 34.1 12’-2” 3.7 39’-11” 12.2 11’-4” 3.5 11’-6” 3.5 B737-700 128-148 105’-7” 32.2 112’-7” 34.3 11’-11” 3.6 41’-7” 12.7 8’-6” 2.6 9’-8” 3.0 A318 136 103’-2” 31.5 111’-10” 34.1 12’-11” 3.9 42’-5” 12.9 11’-4” 3.4 11’-9” 3.6 B737-400 146-159 115’-7” 35.2 94’-9” 28.9 10’-0” 3.1 36’-4” 11.1 8’-7” 2.6 8’-9” 2.7 B737-800 160-184 124’-9” 38.0 112’-7” 34.3 12’-0” 3.7 41’-5” 12.6 8’-6” 2.6 9’-9” 3.0 B737-800W 160-184 124’-9” 38.0 117’-5” 35.8 13’-4” 4.1 41’-5” 12.6 8’-6” 2.6 9’-9” 3.0 MD 80 172 136’-5” 41.6 107’-10” 32.9 8’-7” 2.6 30’-2” 9.2 7’-3” 2.2 8’-10” 2.7 B737-900W 177-186 133’-5” 40.7 117’-5” 35.8 13’-4” 4.1 41’-5” 12.6 8’-6” 2.6 9’-9” 3.0 A320-100 180 123’-4” 37.6 111’-3” 33.9 13’-5” 4.1 39’-1” 11.9 11’-4” 3.5 11’-0” 3.4 A321-100 220 146’-0” 44.5 111’-10” 34.2 12’-8” 3.8 39’-9” 12.1 11’-8” 3.5 11’-6” 3.5 Widebody IV D B757-200 186 154’-1” 47.0 124’-10” 38.1 15’-4” 4.7 45’-1” 13.7 12’-5” 3.8 12’-7” 3.8 B767-200 216 159’-2” 48.5 156’-1” 47.6 16’-3” 5.0 52’-11” 16.1 13’-5” 4.1 13’-4” 4.1 A310 237 150’-7” 45.9 144’-0” 43.9 14’-9” 4.5 52’-4” 16.0 14’-10” 4.5 15’-4” 4.7 B757-300 243-279 178’-7” 54.4 124’-10” 38.1 16’-1” 4.9 44’-9” 13.6 12’-5” 3.8 12’-7” 3.8 B757-200W n/a n/a n/a 134’-9” 41.1 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a DC 8-63 259 182’-11” 55.8 148’-5” 45.2 15’-4” 4.7 43’-0” 13.1 10’-6” 3.2 12’-2” 3.7 DC 8-71 259 182’-11” 55.8 142’-5’ 43.4 15’-0” 4.6 43’-5” 13.2 10’-6” 3.2 12’-1” 3.7 B767-300 261 180’-2” 54.9 156’-1” 47.6 16’-1” 4.9 52’-7” 16.0 13’-7” 4.1 13’-8” 4.2 B767-400ER 243-409 197’-2” 60.1 170’-4” 51.9 19’-11” 6.1 55’-10” 17.0 13’-7” 4.1 14’-6” 4.4 A300-600 289 177’-6” 54.1 147’-1” 44.8 17’-8” 5.4 54’-8” 16.7 14’-10” 4.5 15’-2” 4.6 DC 10 270-399 170’-6” 52.0 155’-4” 47.4 14’-5” 4.4 58’-5” 17.8 15’-6” 4.7 15’-6” 4.7 B787-300 317 n/a n/a 170’-5” 51.9 n/a n/a 55’-6” 16.9 n/a n/a n/a n/a MD 11 323-410 192’-5” 58.6 170’-6” 52.0 12’-4” 3.8 58’-10” 17.9 15’-9” 4.8 15’-8” 4.8 Jumbo V E B787-800 224-375 183’-5” 55.9 197’-3” 60.1 25’-2” 7.7 55’-6” 16.9 14’-2” 4.3 14’-7” 4.5 B787-900 280 n/a n/a 207’-10” 63.3 n/a n/a 55’-11” 17.0 n/a n/a n/a n/a A340-200 303 194’-10” 59.4 197’-10” 60.3 19’-8” 6.0 55’-11” 17.0 14’-9” 4.5 15’-6" 4.7 A330-200 253-293 188’-8” 58.8 197’-10” 60.3 19’-10” 6.1 59’-10” 18.2 15’-2” 4.6 15’-9” 4.8 A340-300 295 n/a n/a 197’-10” 60.3 19’-6” 6.0 55’-9” 17.0 14’-10” 4.5 15’-5” 4.7 A330-300 295-335 208’-10” 63.6 197’-10” 60.3 19’-11” 6.1 56’-5” 17.2 14’-11” 4.6 15’-6” 4.7 B777-200 305-375 206’-6” 62.9 199’-11” 60.9 23’-6” 7.2 61’-6” 18.8 15’-5” 4.7 16’-0” 4.9 B777-200LR 279-301 206’-6” 62.9 212’-7” 64.8 23’-6” 7.2 61’-6” 18.8 15’-5” 4.7 15’-11” 4.9 A340-500 313 216’-8” 66.0 208’-2” 63.5 19’-9” 6.0 57’-6” 17.5 14’-10” 4.5 15’-7” 4.8 B777-300 368-451 239’-9” 73.1 199’-11” 60.9 23’-6” 7.2 61’-6” 18.8 15’-5” 4.7 16’-0” 4.9 B777-300ER 339-370 239’-9” 73.1 212’-7” 64.8 23’-11” 7.3 61’-10” 18.9 15’-9” 4.8 16’-2” 4.9 A340-600 384 241’-0” 73.5 208’-2” 63.5 19’-6” 6.0 58’-11” 17.9 14’-11” 4.5 15’-9” 4.8 B747-400 416-524 225’-2” 68.6 213’-0” 64.9 16’-9” 5.1 64’-0” 19.5 15’-6” 4.7 15’-9” 4.8 B747-800 467 n/a n/a 224’-7” 68.5 n/a n/a 63’-6” 19.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a Super Jumbo VI F A380-800 555 231’-0” 70.4 261’-9” 79.8 17’-4” 5.3 79’-4” 24.2 16’-8” 5.1 16’-9” 5.1 1/ The dimension is measured from underneath of the wing to ground/apron. Passenger Door Sill Height above Ground Second Wing Tip Length Fuselage Wingspan Clearance 1/ Vertical Height Tail Fwd. Source: Aircraft Manufacturers Technical Specifications Disclaimer: The information contained in this table is provided as a courtesy for general airport planning purposes and should be verified against the manufacturer’s aircraft technical specifications. D-2 Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design

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