The Boeing 777-200

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The Boeing 777-200, One of the planes preferred by passengers and airlines around the world.

The Boeing 777, a leader in the market range consists of six aircraft, five passenger models capable of flying from point to point without connecting flights in large congested airports, and a freighter model.

777 The design responds to the needs and preferences of the client. The result is a line of aircraft that is distinguished by its fuel efficiency, a spacious interior, autonomy and reliability. The 777 has the highest payload capacity, range and the greatest potential for growth in the category of medium-sized aircraft – all with lower operating costs.

United_Airlines_Boeing_777-200 Seating

United_Airlines_Boeing_777-200 Seating

General Description

  • The Boeing 777 can carry 301-368 passengers in a three-class configuration with a range of up to 17,395 km.
  • The model 777-200 carries 305 passengers with a range of up to 9,695 km.
  • The 777-300 model can accommodate 368 passengers with a range of up to 11,135 km.
  • The 777-200ER (Extended Range) carries 301 passengers over distances up to 14,260 km.
  • The 777-300ER (Extended Range) carries 365 passengers over distances up to 14,685 km.
  • In May 2005, Boeing launched the 777 Freighter. Based on the platform of the 777-200LR, 777 Freighter to fly 9,045 km with maximum payload – becoming the most capable twin-engine freighter in the world

Design Twin – Fuel Consumption Efficient, Quiet and Reliable
Three engine manufacturers developed a more efficient and quieter turbofan to power the 777. GE90 General Electric offers its series, Rolls Royce Trent 800 series offers and Pratt & Whitney PW4000 series offers. GE is the exclusive provider of engines for longer-range models of the 777 and the freighter, with its GE90-115B and GE90-110B. The three engine types provide excellent economy in terms of fuel consumption.

Lighter Design
Progress in the development and production of advanced composite materials that enable weight reduction is evident at 777. Tail in vertical and horizontal plane have been introduced carbon fibers embedded in hardened resins available recently. The soils of the cabin are also made with this advanced material.

Composite materials, including resins and adhesives, formed structural 9% weight of 777; is the same type of material used on the 787 Dreamliner.



The Boeing 777 is manufactured with two different fuselage lengths. The original 777-200 model entered service in 1995, followed by the extended-range version of 777-200ER as it did in 1997; the elongated model 777-300, which is 10.1 m longer, entered service in 1998. variants broader 777-300ER and 777-200LR entered service in 2004 and 2006 respectively, while the cargo version , the 777F, debuted in 2009. Both longer-range versions and the load incorporate General Electric GE90 engines, as well as wingtips tilted and larger.




Other models are equipped with GE90 engines, or Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or Rolls-Royce Trent 800. The 777-200LR is the largest commercial aircraft scope that exists in the world and holds the record for the longest distance traveled nonstop in the category of commercial aircraft, 6 7 with the proven ability to fly more than halfway around the world.