How much distance does the A380 need to take off?

The Airbus A380 needs 3,000 m (9,800 ft) of runway to take off fully-loaded.

How much runway does an A380 take to land?

Airbus’s A380 AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING data says that for an A380-800 at maximum certified landing weight landing at sea level a 7000 ft (~2150m) runway is required to land (in dry conditions, presumably).

How much runway does an A320 take off?

Airbus’s charts for the A320 suggest that it requires approximately 4,500ft for a sea-level landing at typical landing weight.

How much runway does a 737 MAX need to take off?

As shown, the existing 6,701 foot runway does not meet the recommended runway length for the design airplane family. This is especially true for the critical aircraft – the Boeing 737-900 which requires a landing length of 6,800 feet under wet conditions and a takeoff length of 9,700 feet under maximum takeoff weight.

Which plane needs longest runway?

The Boeing 747 is considered to have the longest takeoff distance of the more common aircraft types and has set the standard for runway lengths of larger international airports. At sea level, 10,000 ft (3,000 m) can be considered an adequate length to land virtually any aircraft.

How fast does a 777 go on take off?

The Boeing 777-200ER take off or rotate speed (VR) typically occurs between 130 – 160 knots (roughly 120-180 mph) depending on the weight of the aircraft. At a typical take-off weight of around 230,000 kgs, the take off speed would be approximately 145 kts which is approximately 165 mph.

How long does a 747 need to take-off?

The FAA/EASA Minimum runway length requirements for MLW landings are 7,500ft (~2,300m) for the 747-8F, and 6,750ft (~2,000m) for the 747-8i.

How fast does a 747 need to take off?

What speed does a Boeing 747 take off at? A fully loaded Boeing 747 ‘Jumbo Jet’ on a normal long haul flight would take off at a speed of around 160 knots which is 184 mph. The calculated take-off speeds vary depending on environmental conditions, runway length and weight.