L-1011 Specifications


Miscellaneus

-1 -50 -100 -150 -200 -250 -500 -1 F (See note #4) -200 F (See note #5) -500 Tanker (RAF)
Date of first flight (See note #1) November 16, 1970 April 1981 April 25, 1975 February 1989 October 8, 1976 December 1986 October 16, 1978 May 1987 July 1995 ? July 1985 ? Date of first flight (See note #1)
Numbers built (See note #2) 163 (27) 13 (+23) (5) 24 (+14) (6) 50 (1) (5+) (9) Numbers built (See note #2)
Max passenger capacity (see note 3#) 362/400 362/400 362/400 362/400 362/400 362/400 315 - - 204 Max passenger capacity (see note 3#)

Notes:

#1: The first L-1011, a -1 with serial no 1001, made itīs first flight on November 16, 1970. Serial no 1250, a -500, made itīs first flight on October 3, 1983. The last L-1011 to be completed was serial no 1243, also a -500, which made itīs first flight in January 1984.
#2: All L-1011īs were built as -1, -100, -200 or -500 as new by Lockheed. The total numbers built of these versions are 250 with serial numbers from 1001 to 1250. All -50, -150, -250 and all tankers and freighters are modified later from the existing original versions. Numbers within ( ) are numbers modified.
Example: 13 examples of -100īs were built as new and another 23 modified to -100 specifications from existing -1īs, -50īs and even -200īs.
#3: On -1 to -250 max passengers is 362 with 6 wide and 2 narrow doors (4L and 4R) and 400 with 8 wide doors.
#4: The only -1 converted to freighter was done by Hayes International (now Pemco Aeroplex).
#5: Specifications are for -200 aircrafts modified to freighters by Marshall Aerospace.

Weights

-1 -50
(See note #6)
-100 -150 -200 -250 -500 -1 F
(See note #4)
-200 F
(See note #5)
-500 Tanker (RAF)
Max takeoff weight (lbs) 430 000 440 000
450 000
466 000
474 000
470 000 466 000
474 000
510 000 504 000
510 000
? ? 540 000 Max takeoff weight (lbs)
Max landing weight (lbs) 358 000 358 000 368 000 368 000 368 000 368 000 368 000 ? ? ? Max landing weight (lbs)
Fuel capacity (lbs)
(See note #7)
159 560 159 560 178 400 178 400 178 400 213 640 213 640 ? ? 313 300 Fuel capacity (lbs)
(See note #7)
Fuel capacity
(US gallons)
23 600 23 600 26 400 26 400 26 400 31 600 31 600 ? ? 46 300 Fuel capacity
(US gallons)
Cargo capacity (lbs) 45 700 45 700 45 700 45 700 45 700 45 700 61 500 ? ? ? Cargo capacity (lbs)
Typical empty weight (lbs)
(See note #8)
236 600 237 400 240 000 ? ? ? 248 600 ? ? ? Typical empty weight (lbs)
(See note #8)

Notes:

#4: The only -1 converted to freighter was done by Hayes International (now Pemco Aeroplex).
#5: Specifications are for -200 aircrafts modified to freighters by Marshall Aerospace.
#6: Sometimes -50 with max takeoff weight 440 000 lbs are referred to as -40.
#7: Fuel specific weight 6,76 lbs/US gallon.
#8: Typical empty weights vill vary between different aircrafts.

There are some aircrafts that do not "fit" in the above table. There are for example some -1īs that have 430 000 lbs take-off weight and 368 000 lbs landing weight.


Dimensions

-1 to -250 -500
Length 177 ft, 8 in (54,2 m) 164 ft, 2 in (50,0 m)
Wing span 155 ft, 4 in (47,3 m) 164 ft, 4 in (50,1 m)
Wing area 3456 sq ft (321,1 m2) 3540 sq ft (328,9 m2)
Height 55 ft, 4 in (16,9 m) 55 ft, 4 in (16,9 m)
Fuselage diameter 19 ft, 7 in (6,0 m) 19 ft, 7 in (6,0 m)
Stabilizer span 71 ft, 7 in (21,8 m) 71 ft, 7 in (21,8 m)

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