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Aviation - Boeing 777 Photos/Routes/Seats
Wednesday, 28 November 2007 06:53

American Airlines Boeing 777 Photo

The Boeing 777 is the first airplane to be completely designed by computers. So its shape is aerodynamically sound and pleasing to the sight. Yes, beauty is in the eyes of the beholders! Some asked, why aren’t there any winglets fitted on the wings? Well, they don’t need them. It looks great and still fly very economically.There are many good photos of the Boeing 777 taken by various plane spotters from around the world. They are mostly copyrighted. If you wish to use their images, kindly email (email address below) them for permission.

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The Boeing 777-200 is a wide-body twinjet. Some travelers are under the impression that it is a larger airplane than the Boeing 747 because of its designation. In fact, the capacity is smaller in comparison, but the Boeing 777-300 is longer. It is a plane designed to fill the gap between the Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 747-400.

The plane can be configured into three classes with capacity ranging from 305 to 440 passengers and from 9 or 10 abreast seating in economy class to 7 or 8 in business class.

In its interior configurations, the seating ranges from six to 10 abreast with two aisles.Its length is 209 feet 1 inch (63.7 m) and it has a wingspan of 199 feet 11 inches (60.9 m) with as tail height of 60 feet 9 inches (18.5 m).

The Boeing 777-200 has about 132,500 engineered and unique parts, including rivets, bolts and other fasteners. All in all, the airplane has more than 3 million parts.The first revenue service flight was in June 7, 1995.

The Boeing 777-200 initial model has a maximum takeoff weight ranging from 506,000 pounds (229,520 kg) to 545,000 pounds (247,210 kg). Its range was from 4,210 statute miles (6,770 km) to 5,620 statute miles (9,050 km)

The engine choices are Pratt & Whitney 4074, General Electric 90-75B or the Rolls-Royce Trent 875.

To cater for long-range flights, the Boeing 777-200 increased gross weight (IGW) model was designed with a maximum takeoff weight of 580,000 pounds (263,090 kg) to 632,500 pounds (286,900 kg).

It has a range of 6,660 statute miles (10,720 km) to 8,270 statute miles (13,320 km)

Technical Details

B 777-223ER : 36 in service, 11 on order

Seat configuration

F18 (2-2-2) C56 (2-3-2) Y163 (2-5-2) 18 B 777-223ER
F16 (1-2-1) C42 (2-3-2) Y194 (2-5-2) 18 B 777-223ER

Personal TV with telephone at every seat with airshow and videogames (charge).


American Airlines fly B 777s to: DFW, ORD, NRT, KIX, TPE, LHR, ZRH, CDG,

(Please refer here for the 3-letter codes of World Destinations above)


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777 Safety & comfort
Is the 777 safer &/or more comfortable than the B 767 -300?
Dan , 15 Jul, 2009
INFO is out of date
This information is outdated. AA doesn't fly 777s out of SJC or to TPE or LGW anymore. Also, the now fly 777s ORD-PVG(China)
ostatejon , 15 Sep, 2009
What a treat!
Do not know the reason but I got to fly the 777 from Miami to San Juan, PR this past christmas. What an experience and for a minute I though my seat was in first class!
Planning a trip to Sweden and looking up how I can travel on this spectacular aircraft again!
Blondie , 01 Jan, 2010
My first time flying the 777 out of LAX to MIA, I too felt as though I was flying in first class! I hope to fly that awesome plane again in the future!
Desiree, 25 Sep, 2012 , 26 Sep, 2012

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