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Boeing 777

Series 200 LR (Long Range)
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Specifications & Limitations

Length 209.1 ft
Wingspan 199.11 ft
Range 9,420 mi
Passenger Capacity 301 (3 class cfg.)
Cruise Speed .84 Mach @ FL350
Service Ceiling 43,100 ft
Weight Empty 298,900 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight
750,000 lbs

Market demand sized, shaped and launched the newest member of the Boeing twin-aisle family -- the 777. The airplane design offers features, innovations and approaches to airplane development that set the standard for delivering value to airlines.

The Boeing 777 is the first jetliner to be 100 percent digitally designed using three-dimensional computer graphics. Throughout the design process, the airplane was "pre-assembled" on the computer, eliminating the need for a costly, full-scale mock-up.

The airplane is larger than all other twinjet or trijet airplanes and smaller than the 747. It brings the twin-engine economic advantage to medium- and long-range markets.

The 777 currently is available in five models: 777-200, 777-200ER (extended range), 777-200LR (longer-range), 777-300 and the 777-300ER.

The 777 program was launched in October 1990 with an order from United Airlines. In June 1995, United flew its first 777 in revenue service.

The Boeing 777 family of airplanes are the most technologically advanced airplanes in the world. The 777s seat from 301 up to 368 passengers in a three-class configuration with a range of 5,210 nautical miles (9,649 km) in the 777-200 to 8,865 nautical miles (16,417 km) for the 777-200LR (longer range).

The 777 -- the world's largest twinjet -- is available in five models: the 777-200, a 777-200ER (extended range), a larger 777-300 as well as two new longer-range models, the 777-200LR and the 777-300ER, which are both in development.

Courtesy Boeing


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