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Just heard following somewhere:

It is easy to distinguish four-engine passenger jetliner type, because there are only three of them:

 
  • if it has "hump" upper deck then it is Boeing 747,
  • if it has two decks then it is Airbus A380,
  • otherwise it is Airbus A340.

Is this statement true?

I'm asking about commercial passenger jetliners only. So no cargo, no military etc.

Just heard following somewhere:

It is easy to distinguish four-engine passenger jetliner type, because there are only three of them:

 
  • if it has "hump" upper deck then it is Boeing 747,
  • if it has two decks then it is Airbus A380,
  • otherwise it is Airbus A340.

Is this statement true?

I'm asking about commercial passenger jetliners only. So no cargo, no military etc.

Just heard following somewhere:

It is easy to distinguish four-engine passenger jetliner type, because there are only three of them:

  • if it has "hump" upper deck then it is Boeing 747,
  • if it has two decks then it is Airbus A380,
  • otherwise it is Airbus A340.

Is this statement true?

I'm asking about commercial passenger jetliners only. So no cargo, no military etc.

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How many four-engine commercial passenger jetliner types are currently in use?

Just heard following somewhere:

It is easy to distinguish four-engine passenger jetliner type, because there are only three of them:

  • if it has "hump" upper deck then it is Boeing 747,
  • if it has two decks then it is Airbus A380,
  • otherwise it is Airbus A340.

Is this statement true?

I'm asking about commercial passenger jetliners only. So no cargo, no military etc.