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Offline Sami

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Aircraft cargo data needed
« on: June 24, 2015, 10:14:07 AM »
Some of the aircraft models in AWS database are still missing the 'cargo capacity' value. This means that it is not possible to use these planes for cargo transport in the future, until the data on aircraft cargo capabilities is added.

If someone has free time available, I'd appreciate help on adding this data.

I am looking for the cargo compartment volume (m3) for each aircraft. This is the volume of all available freight space, excluding passenger cabin stowage like hat racks and closets.

Additionally, if cargo conversion of the aircraft is available, I am looking for the total cabin volume (m3) that is available for cargo transport if the passenger plane is converted into a full freighter.


List in format "Aircraft model     Weight variant name"
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Aérospatiale / BAC Concorde Standard
Aérospatiale N262A Standard
Aérospatiale N262C Frégate Standard
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador Standard
Antonov An-10 Standard
Antonov An-10A Standard
Antonov An-26 Standard
Antonov An-38-100 Standard
Antonov An-38-120 Standard
Antonov An-38-200 Standard
Armstrong Whitworth AW.55 Apollo Standard
Baade 152 Standard
Boeing 247 Standard
Boeing 307 Standard
Boeing 377 Standard
Boeing 720 Standard
Boeing 720B Standard
Boeing 747-400 Standard
Boeing 747-400 +15 tn MTOW
Boeing 747-400 +22.7 tn MTOW
Boeing 747-400 +31.8 tn MTOW
Boeing 747-400 +34 tn MTOW
Boeing 747-400D Standard
Boeing 747-400D +4.5 tn MTOW
Boeing 747-400ER Standard
Boeing 747SP Standard
Boeing 747SP +13.6 tn MTOW
Boeing 747SP +18.2 tn MTOW
Boeing 747SP +29.9 tn MTOW
Boeing 747SP +29.9 tn MTOW
Boeing 757-200 Standard
Boeing 757-200 +4.6 tn MTOW
Boeing 757-200 +9.1 tn MTOW
Boeing 757-200 +15.9 tn MTOW
Boeing 757-300 Standard
Boeing 767-200 Standard
Boeing 767-200 +8.2 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200 +12.7 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200 +15 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200ER Standard
Boeing 767-200ER +4.5 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200ER +7.3 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200ER +20.4 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200ER +23.6 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-200ER +27.2 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-300 Standard
Boeing 767-300 +2.3 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-300ER Standard
Boeing 767-300ER +3.2 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-300ER +9.1 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-300ER +12.2 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-300ER +14.5 tn MTOW
Boeing 767-400ER Standard
Boeing 777-200 Standard
Boeing 777-200 +4.1 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-200 +13.1 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-200ER Standard
Boeing 777-200ER +4.4 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-200ER +23.8 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-200LR Standard
Boeing 777-200LR Extra fuel tanks
Boeing 777-300 Standard
Boeing 777-300 +4.5 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-300 +23.8 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-300 +36.3 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-300ER Standard
Boeing 777-300ER +6.5 tn MTOW
Boeing 777-8X Standard
Boeing 777-9X Standard
Bristol Type 170 Wayfarer Standard
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 102 Standard
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 302 Standard
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 305 Standard
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 310 Standard
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 320 Standard
COMAC C919 Standard
Convair 880 Standard
Convair 990 Standard
Convair CV-240 Standard
Convair CV-340 Standard
Convair CV-440 Standard
Curtiss-Wright C-46 Commando Standard
de Havilland DH.84 Dragon Standard
de Havilland DH.86 Express Standard
de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide Standard
Douglas DC-2 Standard
Douglas DC-3 Standard
Douglas DC-4 Standard
Douglas DC-6 Standard
Douglas DC-6B Standard
Douglas DC-7 Standard
Douglas DC-7B Standard
Douglas DC-7C Standard
Fairchild SA226-TC Metro Standard
Fairchild SA226-TC Metro II Standard
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III +0.6 tn MTOW
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III Standard
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro IIIA +0.6 tn MTOW
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro IIIA Standard
Fairchild SA227-DC Metro 23 Standard
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 1C Standard
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 2E Standard
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 3B Standard
Ilyushin Il-114 Standard
Ilyushin Il-114-100 Standard
Ilyushin Il-114-300 Standard
Ilyushin Il-12 Standard
Ilyushin Il-14M Standard
Ilyushin Il-14P Standard
Ilyushin Il-18A Standard
Ilyushin Il-18B Standard
Ilyushin Il-18D Standard
Ilyushin Il-18E Standard
Ilyushin Il-18V Standard
Ilyushin Il-62 Standard
Ilyushin Il-62M Standard
Ilyushin Il-62MK Standard
Ilyushin Il-86 Standard
Lockheed L-049 Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-1049C Super Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-1049E Super Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-1649A Starliner Standard
Lockheed L-188A Electra Standard
Lockheed L-188C Electra Standard
Lockheed L-649 Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-649A Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-749 Constellation Standard
Lockheed L-749A Constellation Standard
Martin 2-0-2 Standard
Martin 4-0-4 Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 70ER Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 70LR Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 70STD Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 90ER Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 90LR Standard
Mitsubishi Regional Jet 90STD Standard
NAMC YS-11-100 Standard
NAMC YS-11A-200 Standard
NAMC YS-11A-500 Standard
Short SC.7 Skyliner Standard
Tupolev Tu-110A Standard
Tupolev Tu-114 Standard
Tupolev Tu-124 Standard
Tupolev Tu-144 Standard
VFW 614 Standard
Vickers Super VC10 Standard
Vickers VC.1 Viking 1A Standard
Vickers VC.1 Viking 1B Standard
Vickers VC10 Standard
Yakovlev Yak-40 Increased payload
Yakovlev Yak-40 Standard

(note; there are still quite many Boeing models on the list - I believe I have the data for this, it just hasn't been added)

Offline gazzz0x2z

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2015, 11:47:33 AM »
What strange idea to have the Concorde flying fret... But I did find that link in French, with the following informations !

 "Volume maxi soutes à bagages"(soute à bagages is luggage compartiment)    19,74 m3

So, that's the volume usable outside the cabin for luggage. It's what you're looking for? I couldn't find anything else(in french, I let others look for english sources).

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2015, 04:34:21 PM »
Found this info which covers a bunch of those for full STANDARD freighter conversion.

I have shared this google sheet with the info Click Here

The sheet covers the following aircraft
Antonov 225
Boeing 747-800
Antonov 124
Boeing 747-300/400
Boeing 747-200
Boeing 777
Ilyushin 96
McDonnell Douglas MD11
Airbus 330
Douglas DC10
Lockheed Tristar
Boeing 767
Airbus 300-600
Ilyushin 76
Airbus 300-200
Airbus 310
Ilyushin62
Douglas DC8-62
Boeing 757
Tupolev 204
Boeing 727
Lockheed Hercules
Antonov 12
DC9
Boeing 737
Lockheed Electra
BAe ATP
ATR 72
Antonov 26
Antonov 74
Fokker 27
ATR 42
Saab 340
Shorts 360
Falcon 20 / 200
Metroliner 23
Metroliner III
Metroliner II
Beech 200 Kingair
Cessna 406 Titan
Piper 31

*Added Convairs 240/340/440 to the sheet I have the info for the 580/5800 and 640 if needed (They aren't in the game and are just upgraded 240/340/440's faster newer engines etc)

*Added:
DC 3
Fairchild Metroliner II
Fairchild Metroliner III
Fairchild Metroliner 23
Antonov AN-26
Lockheed L-188 Electra
« Last Edit: June 24, 2015, 05:25:18 PM by Ross Perot »

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2015, 09:47:02 AM »
bump for more data, please.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2015, 06:57:43 PM »
Look at this for sample
http://www.md-11.org/iac/GS.pdf
the same thing on all other aircraft cargo compartment capacity is almost always directly depends on the passenger compartment. This is especially true of turboprop aircraft, where it is easy to redo the configuration of the aircraft itself (so do in Africa for example). Today there are about 10 types of containers and pallets for aviation freight, so in principle it is possible to hammer in cargo compartment to the eyeballs, but in practice, the plane remains very much a place for cargo, if busy the entire passenger compartment. Therefore, you must define the parameters of the game initially-or fixed weight with standard or modified player armchairs or floating weight which depends on change chairs.
If you select the first option, then the weight will be equal to minus the payload of passengers with luggage - 20%. The way to do so was flight Manila-Boracay in front of  the plane stand scales and a passenger, along with baggage is weighed before they enter the plane :-\
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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2015, 10:32:16 PM »
Modern aircraft use palletted seating.  It's configured on cargo style pallets but with all the carpets and seat I place so they can be removed, re-installed at will.  Useful on older B747.s of course.

Most modern long range large passenger airliners carry a considerable amount of cargo below the passenger deck.

FreeWorld Airlines is a Flight Sim Group that has lots of data on cargo and pax mixes over various ranges.  Might be a useful source of data.  You are not in competition with them so a direct approach may work.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2015, 03:24:18 AM »
If you read the original post of the thread again, it's not about combi or cargo conversions, but MAINLY first about the space of the cargo comparments when a/c is in standard passenger configuration.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #7 on: August 10, 2015, 01:47:39 PM »
Bump. Here is the updated list of missing cargo capacity data.

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Aérospatiale N262A
Aérospatiale N262C Frégate
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador
Antonov An-10
Antonov An-10A
Antonov An-26
Antonov An-38-100
Antonov An-38-120
Antonov An-38-200
Armstrong Whitworth AW.55 Apollo
Baade 152
Boeing 247
Boeing 307
Boeing 377
Boeing 720
Boeing 720B
Boeing 777-8X
Boeing 777-9X
Bristol Type 170 Wayfarer
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 102
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 302
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 305
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 310
Bristol Type 175 Britannia Srs. 320
Cessna 208B Grand Caravan
COMAC C919
Convair 880
Convair 990
Convair CV-240
Convair CV-340
Convair CV-440
Curtiss-Wright C-46 Commando
de Havilland DH.84 Dragon
de Havilland DH.86 Express
de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide
Douglas DC-2
Douglas DC-3
Douglas DC-4
Douglas DC-6
Douglas DC-6B
Douglas DC-7
Douglas DC-7B
Douglas DC-7C
Fairchild SA226-TC Metro
Fairchild SA226-TC Metro II
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro IIIA
Fairchild SA227-DC Metro 23
GAF Nomad N22B
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 1C
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 2E
Hawker Siddeley HS121 Trident 3B
Ilyushin Il-114
Ilyushin Il-114-100
Ilyushin Il-114-300
Ilyushin Il-12
Ilyushin Il-14M
Ilyushin Il-14P
Ilyushin Il-18A
Ilyushin Il-18B
Ilyushin Il-18D
Ilyushin Il-18E
Ilyushin Il-18V
Ilyushin Il-62
Ilyushin Il-62M
Ilyushin Il-62MK
Ilyushin Il-86
Lockheed L-049 Constellation
Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation
Lockheed L-1049C Super Constellation
Lockheed L-1049E Super Constellation
Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation
Lockheed L-1649A Starliner
Lockheed L-188A Electra
Lockheed L-188C Electra
Lockheed L-649 Constellation
Lockheed L-649A Constellation
Lockheed L-749 Constellation
Lockheed L-749A Constellation
Martin 2-0-2
Martin 4-0-4
NAMC YS-11-100
NAMC YS-11A-200
NAMC YS-11A-500
Short SC.7 Skyliner
Tupolev Tu-110A
Tupolev Tu-114
Tupolev Tu-124
Tupolev Tu-144
VFW 614
Vickers Super VC10
Vickers VC.1 Viking 1A
Vickers VC.1 Viking 1B
Vickers VC10
Yakovlev Yak-40
Yakovlev Yak-40


Please read the original post for info. (Looking for the cargo capacity of each aircraft when they are in passenger configuration. ...the freighter conversion data is quite well covered thanks to Ross, but that feature is something for later developments anyways)
« Last Edit: August 10, 2015, 01:58:06 PM by sami »

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #8 on: August 11, 2015, 01:47:07 AM »
COMAC C919


"With a mixed (12J/144Y) capacity of 156 and the exact same cargo hold dimensions as an A320,"

http://www.airlinereporter.com/2015/03/closer-look-comac-c919-exist/


Il-62

"Cargo compartment volume
48 m3"

See diagram, I do not know how to read it.
http://ferture.ee/features-of-the-loading-compartment-of-the-passeng


Il-86

"Lower deck freight holds can accommodate up to 16 standard LD3 containers if some lower deck carry on baggage racks are omitted."

"Cargo compartment volume 100 m3" (same as Il-96-300)

http://ferture.ee/features-of-the-loading-compartment-of-the-passeng
http://www.airliners.net/aircraft-data/stats.main?id=252

« Last Edit: August 11, 2015, 02:01:29 AM by CarlBagot »

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #9 on: October 20, 2015, 02:16:13 PM »
Bump for more data please.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #10 on: October 22, 2015, 04:58:47 PM »
I'm assuming Wikipedia information is not accepted?

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #11 on: October 22, 2015, 05:03:59 PM »
Wikipedia doesn't have such (detailed) information (and it's quite commonly wrong/inaccurate anyway too, so you're correct).

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #12 on: October 22, 2015, 06:17:41 PM »
is this acceptable?

Yak-40K would be the cargo version.

"Yak-40K" passenger-cargo ("combi") variant, introduced in 1976, which featured an upward-opening cargo door on the forward left side of the fuselage, the door having a height of 1.4 meters (4 feet 11 inches) and a width of 1.5 meters (5 feet 3 inches).

◾Yak-40K - cargo-passenger version with the maximum payload in the purely cargo configuration 3200 kgf

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/russia/yak-40.htm

The Yak-40K is a cargo-passenger version with a port-side forward cargo door with a maximum payload of 3200kg (7055lb) in all freight configuration.
http://www.aer.ita.br/~bmattos/mundo/country/russia/jak-40.html

The Yak-40K is a cargo-passenger version with a port-side forward cargo door with a maximum payload of 3200kg (7055lb) in all freight configuration.
http://bestaircraft.blogspot.com/2009/03/yakovlev-yak-40.html

Fourth series

The final series was introduced in 1975. Payload was increased to 3,200 kg (7,055lb), and the interior could be arranged into two classes of seating, or for rapid conversion from passengers to cargo.
http://www.airports-worldwide.com/articles/article1427.php

The fourth and final series featured provisions for rapid conversion between passenger and cargo carriage. It led to the "Yak-40K" passenger-cargo ("combi") variant, introduced in 1976, which featured an upward-opening cargo door on the forward left side of the fuselage, the door having a height of 1.4 meters (4 feet 11 inches) and a width of 1.5 meters (5 feet 3 inches). Depending on configuration, the Yak-40K could carry 10 to 18 passengers in the rear section, along with 1,150 kilograms (2,535 pounds) to 2,150 kilograms (4,740 pounds) of freight respectively in the forward section.

http://www.airvectors.net/avyak40.html

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #13 on: October 22, 2015, 06:19:42 PM »
No, please see the first message of this topic for details. Cargo space (volume).... Everything else is already there.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #14 on: October 22, 2015, 07:20:03 PM »
No, please see the first message of this topic for details. Cargo space (volume).... Everything else is already there.

It's a tough best to find. I've been lucky with the Concorde, but I couldn't find anything relevant for the N262.

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #15 on: October 22, 2015, 07:59:18 PM »
320 has 5.000.000 m3.
You know as a pilot of crapbus how wonderful it is

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Re: Aircraft cargo data needed
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2016, 09:36:27 PM »
The Armstrong Whitworth Argosy A55
Crew: 3
Capacity: 26 - 31 passengers
Length: 71 ft 6 in (21.79 m) Wingspan: 92 ft 0 in (28.04 m) Height: 26 ft 0 in (7.92 m) Wing area: 986 ft² (91.6 m²)
Empty weight: 30,800 lb (13,971 kg) Max. takeoff weight: 45,000-47,000 lb (20,412–21,319 kg)
Powerplant: 4 × Armstrong Siddeley Mamba AS.1[6] axial flow turboprop, 1,010 shp (753 kW) each
Maximum speed: 330 mph (531 km/h, 287 knots) Cruise speed: 276 mph (444 km/h, 240 knots)
Range: 940 mi (1,513 km, 817 nmi) Service ceiling: 28,000 ft (8,534 m)
Civil version was designated AW.65 (66 being the military version).
The Armstrong Whitworth Argosy came from the Air Ministry "Operational Requirement 323" (OR323) which resulted in a specification issued in 1955 for a medium-range freight aircraft capable of lifting 25,000 lb (11,340 kg) and that had a range of 2,000 mi (3,200 km) with 10,000 lb (4,500 kg). This led AW to develop a twin-engine design for the military, the AW.66.
The potential for civil sales led to a civil design AW.65, which differed by having full section doors at each end of the fuselage to allow quick loading and unloading. A lack of funds led to abandonment of the military requirement, but Armstrong Whitworth had already decided to go ahead with the civil variant as a private venture, it being redesigned with four Rolls-Royce Darts as the AW.650.   
It had a maximum weight of 88,000 lb (39,915 kg) and a payload of 28,000 lb (12,700 kg). Cruising at 276 mph (444 km/h), it had a range of 1,780 mi (2,865 km) and could seat 89 passengers.
The second prototype, configured in 32 seat Wayfarer airliner form (without the nose freight doors) flew the following April. Civil certification was granted in June 1946.

The 208B will hold 340 cubic feet of cargo. If that still isn't enough, Cessna offers an optional 111.5-cubic-foot, 1,090-pound-capacity belly pod. Rumor has it that animals and even people have been carried in Caravan pods — illegally, of course, and without question uncomfortably.

The Cessna C208B will hold 340 cubic feet of cargo. If that still isn't enough, Cessna offers an optional 111.5-cubic-foot, 1,090-pound-capacity belly pod.   Ground roll for a maximum gross weight takeoff in sea level standard conditions is 1,365 feet, according to handbook figures.  The cabin has 14 seats. There is plenty of room for more, but few countries allow more than 14 people in a turbine airplane without imposing some extensive and expensive additional requirements, according to Cessna. (The FAA permits a maximum of nine passengers and two crew.)

Bristol 170 - Early production was of the Mk1 Freighter and Mk2 Wayfarer. The Mk11 (later the Mk21) was unveiled at the 1947 SBAC air show and introduced rounded wingtips and more powerful Hercules 672 engines, allowing an increase in gross weight of 1360kg (3000lb).
The Mk31 introduced more powerful engines and remained in production until 1950 Empty 12,247kg (27,000lb), max take-off 19,958kg (44,000lb).
Mk31 - Two 1475kW (1980hp) Bristol Hercules 734 14-cylinder sleeve valve radial piston engines driving four blade propellers.
Mk31 - Max cruising speed 311km/h (168kt) at 10,000ft, economical cruising speed 262km/h (141kt). Range with max payload 1320km (715nm), range with max fuel 2785km (1505nm). Payload of 5670kg (12,500lb), or alternatively seating for 15 to 23 passengers, depending on configuration.
The final 170 model is the Mk32, developed at the request of Silver City Airways. The Mk32 featured a lengthened nose which allowed it to carry three cars, rather than two, in a car ferry configuration or up to 60 pax.  The last flight of a Bristol 170 was made on September 6 2004,

dH Dragon Rapide Crew: 1 + 8 passengers  Empty weight: 3,230 lb  Loaded weight: 5,500 lb
 Powerplant: 2× de Havilland Gipsy Six inline engine, 200 hp each

C46 -  The cargo area in the C-46 was 48 feet long, 9 feet 10 inches wide, and 6 feet 8 inches high. Its maximum loaded weight was 45,000 pounds (which could be pushed to 50,000 pounds). As built stats were 29,485 lb (13,374 kg)  Gross Weight: 40,000 lb (18,144 kg) 
Performance: Maximum Speed: 264 mph (424 km/h)  Cruise Speed: 173 mph (278 km/h)  Range: 2,300 miles (3,701 km) 

DC4  42 passenger seats, or 30 seats as a sleeper transport.

The AW.650 was a high-wing four-engined general-purpose transport aircraft, powered by four Rolls-Royce Dart turboprop engines driving Rotol four-blade propellers. The tailplane was on twin booms from the inner engine nacelles, leaving the cargo doors at the rear of the fuselage clear for straight-in loading, while sideways-opening doors were fitted at both ends of the fuselage, with the flight deck high up in the nose. This gave an unobstructed cargo space measuring 10 by 47 feet (3.0 m × 14.3 m) with a sill height corresponding to that of a normal flatbed truck.
This unusual "pod and boom" structure would earn it the nickname "The Whistling Wheelbarrow".  The first Argosy made its maiden flight on 8 January 1959,[3] receiving Federal Aviation Administration type certification on 2 December 1960.[4] 10 of the initial civil version, the Series 100, were built.
The Argosy was used by the Royal Air Force for its capability to accommodate 69 troops, 48 stretcher cases or 29,000 lb (13,000 kg) of freight. This meant it could carry military equipment such as the Saracen or Ferret armoured cars, or artillery such as the 105 mm (4.13 in) howitzer or Wombat. Design changes to the Saracen and the main spar running through the top of the freight bay subsequently precluded the use of the Argosy as a Saracen transport.
The earliest deployments were in 1962 to 105 Squadron in the Middle East and 114 and 267 Squadrons at RAF Benson. retired the last aircraft in February 1975.
General characteristics Crew: Four Capacity: up to 69 troops, 54 paratroops, 48 stretcher cases or 29,000 lb (13,154 kg) of cargo
Length: 86 ft 9 in[23] (26.44 m) Wingspan: 115 ft 0 in (35.05 m) Height: 29 ft 3 in (8.92 m) Wing area: 1,458 ft² (135.5 m²)
Empty weight: 56,000 lb (25,401 kg) Loaded weight: 97.000 lb (43,999 kg) Useful load: 29,000 lb (13,150 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 105,000 lb (47,627 kg)
Powerplant: 4 × Rolls-Royce Dart RDa.8 Mk 101 turboprops, 2,470 ehp (1,843 kW) each Propellers: 4 blade Rotol propeller, 1 per engine
Performance  Cruise speed: 253 mph (220 knots, 407 km/h) Range: 3,450 mi (3,000 nmi, 5,552 km) Service ceiling: 23,000 ft (7,010 m)

B277 Stratocruiser -  As an all-cargo plane, featured by a drive-up ramp in the rear and internal cargo-handling equipment, which make for speedy loading and does away with necessity for special handling equipment. This version has a usable cargo volume of 3,000 cubic feet and a maximum cargo payload of 35,000 pounds.
Alternately carrying 100 passengers in all three cabins. 2. As a luxury sleeper plane, with 72 day seats or 36 comfortable berths in the main cabin, the rear lower cabin fitted as an observation, dining and cocktail lounge seating 14 persons.  11Air suggests limited additional cargo, perhaps 1/6th subject to max T/O wt and range.

CONVAIR         Convair 880    Convair 990    Boeing 707-120    Douglas DC-8
Wing Span       120 ft.            120 ft.            130 ft. 10 in.        142 ft. 5 in.
Length            129 ft. 4 in.     139 ft. 5 in.    144 ft. 6 in.          150 ft. 6 in.
Passengers      88 - 110         96 - 121         110 - 189             105 - 173
Max Cr. Spd    615 mph         610 mph         585 mph              579 mph
all had a flightcrew of two or three.
 240 -  Max Seats 40, or a 4240kg (9350lb) payload.
 340 - Max Seats 52, or a 6075kg (13,391lb) payload.
 440 - Max Seats 52, or a 5820kg (12,836lb) payload.
 580 - Max Seats 56 at four abreast and 76cm


B727-100 99m3 3496c.ft  73580kg MTOW     from The World Trade Press Illustrated Guide to Cargo Aircraft and Air Freight ...
B727-200 137M3 4838C.FT  78020kg MTOW   ditto  - there is a lot more data on current and recent (in use) aircraft here.

B777-200 518.2m2 main deck (23 pallets) 70.5m2 Fore (6 p)+ 47m2 (5 p) lower deck. 652.7m3 Total Volume (from boeing literature).
B747-8F 692.7m3 total  15.3+17.2 main deck 21.1+11.8+6 lower
Boeing 747-400BCF 710.7m3  total 

Boeing 737-300 Bulkhold 21.0m3 2,250 kg
Boeing 737-400 Bulkhold 24.0m3 2,897 kg
Boeing 737-200 6LD7 + Bulkhold 70.0m3 19,500 kg
Boeing 767-300 4LD8/3LD7 + Bulkhold 63.0m3 16,500 kg
Boeing 777-200 4LD7/4LD3 + Bulkhold 61.0m3 21,000 kg
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 CF 26M1/6LD7/7LD3 543.1m3 82,000 kg
Airbus A330-300 6LD7 + 4LD3 + Bulkhold 86.0m3 13,500 kg
Airbus A330-300 (H) 6LD7 + 4LD3 + Bulkhold 86.0m3 21,000 kg
Boeing 747F (Freighter) 29M1/9LD7/2LD3 601.4m3 95,000 kg
Ilyushin IL-76  220 m3 101,000 lb
Antonov An-12  97 m3 44,092 lb.

The rest of this I think you already have. There was the odd typo that I haven't changed.

Make/Model | Max Payload | Max Loadable Volume |    Cargo Hold Dims      |    Cargo Door Size |
                        Tons                  cu ft                            LxWxH in                   WxH in

Ilyushin 62           44.0925              8475.5                     11.02 x 1.47 x 0.78      |   53.47 x 31
Ilyushin 76            49.6                  6355.8                    728.3 x 135.8 x 128.0 | 135.4 x 133.9
Ilyushin 96            99.2                 20482.5                 1748.0 x 224.4 x 112.9 | 190.9 x 112.9

Antonov 12           19.8                  3354.5                      543.3 x 118.1 x 98.4    |  118.1 x 98.4
Antonov 124        132.3                 28248                   1437.0 x 252.0 x 173.2  | 252.0 x 173.2
Antonov 225        275.6                 38841                   1692.9 x 252.0 x 173.2 | 252.0 x 173.2
Antonov 26            7.2                    1589                         437.0 x 86.6 x 63.0     |    90.6 x 67.3
Antonov 74            7.2                    1589                         393.7 x 84.6 x 86.6     |    89.0 x 86.6

Tupolev 204          30.86472          5826.9                     114.17 x 94.48 x 78.74  | 133.85 x 81.88

Airbus 300-200      48.6                  9886.8                  1535.4 x 187.8 x 87.8   |140.9 x 100.8
Airbus 300-600     51.8                  14479                    1574.8 x 206.6 x 96.4  | 140.9 x 100.7
Airbus 310            44.09245            9535                     153.54 x 187.79 x 87.79 | 140.94 x 101.18
Airbus 330            71.6                  16                          228.3 x 206.6 x 96.4   | 140.9 x 100.7

Boeing 727           25.9                  5084.6                     1067.7 x 138.2 x 85.8   |  133.9 x 85.8
Boeing 737           17.6                    4060.7                     826.8 x 122.0 x 86.6   |  133.9 x 84.6
Boeing 747-200   110.2                 23834.3                 1929.1 x 192.1 x 118.1 | 133.9 x 118.1
Boeing 747-300   121.3                 23834.3                1968.5 x 192.1 x 118.1  | 133.9 x 118.1
Boeing 747-400   121.3                 23834.3                1968.5 x 192.1 x 118.1  | 133.9 x 118.1
Boeing 747-800   154.3                 30017.4                 2125.9 x 190.9 x 118.1 | 133.8 x 122.8
Boeing 757           42.9                  6603                     1309.8 x 139.0 x 85.8   |  133.9 x 85.8
Boeing 767           60.6                  14124                    1181.1 x 157.5 x 98.4  | 133.9 x 100.0
Boeing 777          110.2                 22068.8                 1732.3 x 192.1 x 118.1 | 146.5 x 120.1

McDouglas MD11   93.7                 17655                    1889.8 x 137.8 x 96.4   | 139.8 x 100.4
Lockheed Hercules 23.4                 4943.4                       672.0 x 118.9 x 107.9  | 118.9 x 107.9
Lockheed Tristar    60.6                 14830.2                 1299.2 x 141.7 x 107.9 | 169.7 x 111.8

Douglas DC8-62    44.1                  7062                       1338.6 x 124.8 x 79.9    |  139.8 x 84.6
DC9                     18.7393             4237.8                     826.77 x 107,87 x 80,7 | 135.82 x 80.70
Douglas DC10       71.6                  14124                   1466.5 x 176.4 x 96.4   | 137.8 x 100.4
 
Lockheed Electra   16.5                   4766.9                      787.4 x 110.2 x 86.6   |  139.8 x 79.9
BAe ATP                9.03                   2754.2                      590.6 x 76.8 x 70.9    |    98.4 x 66.5

ATR 72                  8.8                      2                             706.6 x 88.5 x 68.8    |   115.7 x 70.8
ATR 42                  5                       1412.4                      425.2 x 88.6 x 56.3     |    49.2 x 60.2
Fokker 27              6.9                     2048                        526.0 x 82.7 x 74.8     |    89.8 x 68.9
Saab 340               4.1                    1412.4                      511.8 x 66.9 x 66.9     |    53.1 x 51.2
Shorts 360            3.8                     1412.4                      320.9 x 74.8 x 74.8     |    55.9 x 66.1
Falcon 20 / 200     2.7                       388.4                      277.2 x 61.4 x 55.9     |    74.8 x 55.1
Metroliner 23         2.5                      635.6                      305.1 x 62.2 x 57.1     |    50.0 x 45.3
Metroliner III         2.3                      423.7                      305.1 x 62.2 x 57.1     |    51.2 x 45.3
Metroliner II          1.5                      423.7                     328.7 x 45.3 x 47.2      |    51.2 x 45.3
Beech 200 Kingair  1.3                     176.6                     110.2 x 48.8 x 54.3      |     52.0 x 54.3
Cessna 406 Titan   1.3                     229.5                     126.0 x 47.2 x 46.1      |     48.8 x 45.7
Piper 31                0.6                    141.2                      137.7 x 39.3 x 49.2     |     25.5 x 43.3

Data taken from an internet table by -
Chapman Freeborn - The Global Aircraft Charter Specialists.

Also
from - airgroup.com
DC10-30 Freighter - Types of Containers Main Deck Pallet, LD-7, P9A, LD-11, LD-3
Total Cargo Capacity 73,182 kg / 161,000 lb  Total Cargo Volume 452 m3 / 15,972 ft3
Main Deck Cargo Door (w x h) 350 cm x 255 cm / 140 in x 102 in
Lower Forward Cargo Door (w x h) 175 cm x 165 cm / 70 in x 66 in
Lower Rear Cargo Door (w x h) 175 cm x 165 cm / 70 in x 66 in

Boeing 747 (400 Series) - Types of Containers LD-7, P9A, LD-11, LD-3
Total Cargo Capacity 53,091 kg / 116,800 lb Total Cargo Volume 159 m3 / 5,634 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 111 cm x 119 cm / 44 in x 47in

Boeing 747 (200 Series)  - Types of Containers LD-7, P9A, LD-11, LD-3
Total Cargo Capacity 48,091 kg / 105,800 lb Total Cargo Volume 144 m3 / 5,123 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 111 cm x 119 cm / 44 in x 47in

Boeing 747 (100 Series)  - Types of Containers LD-7, P9A, LD-11, LD-3
Total Cargo Capacity 32,521 kg / 71,546 lb Total Cargo Volume 115 m3 / 3,843 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 111 cm x 119 cm / 44 in x 47in

Boeing 767 (300 Series) - Types of Containers LD-7, LD-8, LD-4, LD-3, LD-2
Total Cargo Capacity 33,062 kg / 72,736 lb  Total Cargo Volume 114 m3 / 4,030 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 91 cm x 119 cm / 36 in x 47in

Boeing 767 (200 Series) - Types of Containers LD-8, LD-4, LD-3, LD-2
Total Cargo Capacity 26,165 kg / 57,562 lb Total Cargo Volume 92 m3 / 3,070 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 91 cm x 119 cm / 36 in x 47in

Boeing 777 - Types of Containers LD-7, LD-8, LD-4, LD-3, LD-2
Total Cargo Capacity 54,685 kg / 120,306 lb Total Cargo Volume 160 m3 / 5,720 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 90 cm x 114 cm (left) x 122 cm (right) / 35.7 in x 45.3 in (left) x 48.5 in (right)
Boeing 757  - Types of Containers N/A Total Cargo Capacity 11,273 kg / 24,800lb
Total Cargo Volume 48 m3 / 1,698 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 139 cm x 106 cm / 55 in x 42 in
Airbus A 320 - Types of Containers N/A
Total Cargo Capacity 9,125 kg / 20,074 lb Total Cargo Volume 36 m3 / 1,270 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 149 cm x 119 cm / 59 in x 47 in

Airbus A 319 - Types of Containers N/A
Total Cargo Capacity 6,800 kg / 14,960 lb Total Cargo Volume 27 m3 / 975 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 142 cm x 116 cm / 56 in x 46 in

Douglas DC 10 (10 Series) - Types of Containers P9A, LD-11, LD-3
Total Cargo Capacity 43,636 kg / 96,000 lb Total Cargo Volume 132 m3 / 4,678 ft3
Bulk Cargo Door Dimensions (w x h) 76 cm x 91 cm / 30 in x 36 in
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