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Boeing 777

Find out information on the Boeing 777, including the 777 classics, the new-generation of 777s and the airlines that use them.

About the Boeing 777

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The Boeing 777 is a wide body twin-engine aircraft family created by Boeing. The Boeing 777 is typically used on medium-haul and long-haul flights and can carry between 314–396 passengers, depending on the class-layout and the model variant. Overall, the Boeing 777 has five active variants that are used for commercial flights.

The original Boeing 777 is named the Boeing 777-200. It started service in 1995 and was followed by the 777-200ER (extended range) in 1997 and then the 777-300 in 1998. The Boeing 777-300 has many of the same specifications of its predecessors but, due to its longer body, can carry significantly more passengers. Collectively, the Boeing 777-200, 777-200ER and 777-300 are known as the 777 classics.

In 2004, Boeing released the first of its second-generation 777s when the 777-300ER entered service. This was followed by an ultra-long-range variant of the 777-200 in 2006, which is named the Boeing 777-200LR (long-range).

Boeing is currently producing a third-generation series of the Boeing 777, which will include two new planes, named the 777-8 and 777-9. Together, these will be known as the Boeing 777x series. The Boeing 777x jets will take features from the Boeing 787 and also have updated GE9X engines, more cabin space, more seating capacity and a range of other updates. The 777x series is expected to be released in the coming years.

 

Technical Spec of the Boeing 777 Family

 

Boeing 777-200

Range 9,700 km
Length 63.7 m
Tail Height 18.5 m
Wingspan 60.9 m
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Fuel Capacity 117,348 litres
Empty Operating Weight 134,800 kg
Max. Take-Off Weight 247,200 kg
Max. Landing Weight 201,840 kg
Max. Possible Passenger Seats 440
Typical Seating 2-Class 400
Typical Seating 3-Class 301
Crew 2

 

 

Boeing 777-200 ER

Range 14,310 km
Length 63.7 m
Tail Height 18.5 m
Wingspan 60.9 m
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Fuel Capacity 171,176 litres
Empty Operating Weight 138,100 kg
Max. Take-Off Weight 297,550 kg
Max. Landing Weight 213,180 kg
Max. Possible Passenger Seats 440
Typical Seating 2-Class 400
Typical Seating 3-Class 301
Crew 2

 

 

Boeing 777-300

Range 11,120 km
Length 73.9m
Tail Height 18.5 m
Wingspan 60.9 m
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Fuel Capacity 171,176 litres
Empty Operating Weight 160,500 kg
Max. Take-Off Weight 299,370 kg
Max. Landing Weight 237,680 kg
Max. Possible Passenger Seats 550
Typical Seating 2-Class 451
Typical Seating 3-Class 365
Crew 2

 

Boeing 777-300 ER

Range 14,690 km
Length 73.9 m
Tail Height 18.5m
Wingspan 64.8 m
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Fuel Capacity 181,283 litres
Empty Operating Weight 167,800 kg
Max. Take-Off Weight 351,500 kg
Max. Landing Weight 251,290 kg
Max. Possible Passenger Seats 550
Typical Seating 2-Class 451
Typical Seating 3-Class 365
Crew 2

 

 

Boeing 777-200LR

Range 5,240 km
Length 63.7 m
Tail Height 18.6m
Wingspan 64.8 m
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Fuel Capacity 181,283 litres
Empty Operating Weight 145,150 kg
Max. Take-Off Weight 347,500 kg
Max. Landing Weight 223,169 kg
Max. Possible Passenger Seats 440
Typical Seating 3-Class 400
Typical Seating 3-Class 301
Crew 2

 

 

Boeing 777X-8

Range 16,100 km
Length 69.8 m
Tail Height 19.5 m
Wingspan 64.8 m folded
71.8 m unfolded
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Passenger Seats 350–375

 

 

Boeing 777X-9

Range 14,075 km
Length 76.7 m
Tail Height 19.7 m
Wingspan 64.8 m folded
71.8 m unfolded
Cabin Width 5.87 m
Typical Cruise Speed 905 km/h
Maximum Cruise Speed 950 km/h
Max. Take-Off Weight 351,500 kg
Max. Landing Weight 266,00 kg
Passenger Seats 400–425

 

 

Features of the Boeing 777

The experience

The aircraft offers an in-flight experience puts comfort and convenience first. It has a modern in-flight entertainment system, comfortable seats and a spacious cabin. 

What makes the Boeing 777 experience stand out the most is its attention to detail. One example of this is its dynamic LED lighting system, which lights up the cabin in a different colour depending on whether the flight is in the stages of boarding, meal service, night, prelanding or cruising.

Award-winning interior

The Boeing 777 has an award-winning interior design. The aircraft is specifically designed to be look great while maintaining its practicability. The high overhead lockers and ceilings allow passengers to see a panoramic view of the cabin and also allows taller passengers to comfortably walk around the cabin and get up from their seat.

Technology

The Boeing 777 is a pioneer in aircraft design. The jet was the first major aircraft to be digitally designed. It uses advanced materials and powerful engines to produce a reliable and efficient aircraft.

Continuously improving

The Boeing 777 has stood the test of time thanks to its continuous improvements. The 777 has three-generations of aircraft with seven variations overall (both released and unreleased). Boeing continues to improve the aircraft and release newer planes, suiting the needs of both passengers and airlines. 

 

Which airlines use the Boeing 777?

The Boeing 777 is used by airlines from all around the world. Currently, the airline with the most Boeing 777s within its fleet is Emirates, which has nearly 300 777s altogether.

Here's a list of all airlines that use aircraft within the Boeing 777 family as of septiembre 2019.

 
Aerolínea NO. OF 777-200 NO. OF 77200ER NO. OF 777200LR NO. OF 777-300 NO. OF 777-300ER NO. OF 777X
Aeroflot         17  
Aire austral         3  
Aire canadá         19  
Aire china         28  
Aire Francés         43  
Air india     3   15  
Aire nueva zelanda   8     7  
Air Peace 1 2   1    
Alexandria Airlines       1    
Alitalia   11     1  
Todas las vías respiratorias nippon 9 12   7 22 20
American Airlines   47     20  
Asiana Airlines   9        
Aerolíneas austriacas   6        
Azur aire         4  
Biman Bangladesh Airlines         4  
British Airways 3 43     12 18
Cathay Pacific       17 51 21
Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines     1      
China Airlines         10  
China oriental         20  
China Southern         10  
Crystal Cruises     1      
Aerolíneas delta   8 10      
Egyptair   2     6  
El al   6        
emiratos     10   135 150
Ethiopian Airlines     6   4  
Aerolíneas Etihad         19 6
Aerovías euroatlantic   1        
Eva Air         34  
Garuda indonesia         10  
Iraqi Airways     1      
Líneas aéreas de Japón 12 11   4 13  
Jin air   4        
KLM   15     14  
Aire coreano   14   4 25  
Kuwait Airways         10  
Latam brasil         12  
lufthansa           20
Aerolíneas Med-View   1        
Mid East Jet   1        
Nokscoot   3        
Aerolíneas de Nordwind   6     2  
Omni Air International   3        
Pakistan International Airlines   6 2   4  
Philippine Airlines         10  
Aerolíneas Qatar     9   48 60
Rossiya Airlines       5 5  
Saudia   8     35  
Aerolíneas de Singapur 7 6   5 27 20
SUIZO         10  
Taag angola airlines   3     5  
Aerolínea tailandesa 6 6   6 14  
Turkish Airlines         33  
Líneas aéreas de Turkmenistán   13 3      
Ukraine International Airlines     3      
Aerolíneas Unidas 19 55     18  
Virgen australia         5  

 

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How can I book flights on the Boeing 777?

You can buy flights on an airline using the Boeing 777 quickly easilly at Alternative Airlines. We allow you to see which plane will be used on your flight during the booking process before you even select it. Simply click on the details icon on the flight that you want to search to see if it will be operated with a Boeing 777 or any other aircraft.

Visit our page 'what aircraft will I fly on?' for more information on how to do check.

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FAQs

How many Boeing 777 are there in service?

There are currently nearly 1,500 Boeing 777 planes in service as of agosto 2019. This doesn't include the 300+ 777x's that are also on order.

How much does the Boeing 777 cost?

The average price of planes within the Boeing 777 family is as follows:

  • Boeing 777-200ER — $306.6 million USD
  • Boeing 777-200LR — $346.9 million USD
  • Boeing  777-300ER — $375.5 million USD
  • Boeing 777X-8 — $410.2 million USD
  • Boeing 777X-9 — $444.2 million USD

How many passengers does the Boeing 777 carry?

The max seating for the Boeing 777 differs depending on the model. The original Boeing 777-200 has max seating of 440 passengers. Whereas the biggest aircraft in the Boeing 777 family, the Boeing 777-300/300ER has max seating of 550 passengers.

Is the Boeing 777 safe?

The Boeing 777 is one of the safest aircraft ever produced and among Boeing's safest planes. In 2016, Boeing released statistics that stated that only 0.4% of the 1,412 Boeing 777s that had been produced had ever been involved in a crash or incident that left the plane damaged upon repair. This includes fires and other incidents that occurred when the plane was not in operation.

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