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Old February 18th, 2016, 07:25 AM   #2441
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Asiana Airlines 777-200 - by András Soós

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Old February 18th, 2016, 07:18 PM   #2442
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Egyptair 777-300 - by Roland Bibok

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Old February 21st, 2016, 07:16 PM   #2443
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China Southerm Airlines - by Ernest Leung

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Old February 22nd, 2016, 10:42 PM   #2444
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Air India | Boeing 777-300ER | VT-ALK Departing out of VABB/BOM

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Old February 23rd, 2016, 01:52 AM   #2445
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Emirates 777 A6-EPK is ready to be moved out of the 45-01 paint hangar Source : https://twitter.com/mattcawby?ref_sr...rp|twgr^author
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Old February 24th, 2016, 03:55 AM   #2446
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24th February 2003. 13 years ago, N5017V first Boeing 777-300ER made it's maiden flight.


N5017V by Egon Johansen, on Flickr


N5017V by Michael van der Plas, on Flickr

After test flight and certification, it was re-worked and delivered to Japan Airlines as JA732J 1st July 2004. Now is in service with JAL Sky Suite interior and WiFi.

JA732J B777-300ER departing Haneda for Heathrow. by blackqualis, on Flickr

2nd B77W test frame, N5016R, is in JAL's fleet too, as JA731J. It was delivered before JA732J, June 15th 2004.
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Old February 24th, 2016, 05:07 AM   #2447
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When the 777-300ER was first proposed in the late 1990's, the original design range was more or less the same as the 747-400--just over 7,000 nautical miles. The fact that GE Aero Engines and Boeing engineers were able to push the range to 7,800 nautical miles is why the 777-300ER rapidly replaced the 747-400 with many airlines around the world (that's why both ANA and JAL replaced their 747-400 fleets with the 777-300ER).
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When the 777-300ER was first proposed in the late 1990's, the original design range was more or less the same as the 747-400--just over 7,000 nautical miles. The fact that GE Aero Engines and Boeing engineers were able to push the range to 7,800 nautical miles is why the 777-300ER rapidly replaced the 747-400 with many airlines around the world (that's why both ANA and JAL replaced their 747-400 fleets with the 777-300ER).
And with same range now 777 is succeded by dreamliner
777 need 180 ton of fuel to reach 14500 km with maximum 530 pax
And dreamliner need 125 ton of fuel to reach 14300 km with 395 passanger
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Old February 24th, 2016, 07:12 AM   #2449
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Austrian Airlines 777-200ER Wienna - Szabolcs Papp

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Old February 25th, 2016, 10:36 AM   #2450
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When the 777-300ER was first proposed in the late 1990's, the original design range was more or less the same as the 747-400--just over 7,000 nautical miles. The fact that GE Aero Engines and Boeing engineers were able to push the range to 7,800 nautical miles is why the 777-300ER rapidly replaced the 747-400 with many airlines around the world (that's why both ANA and JAL replaced their 747-400 fleets with the 777-300ER).
Boeing 777-300ER is a plane that truly changed the airline industry, a feat that was once done by Boeing 747, but never by A380.
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Boeing 777-300ER is a plane that truly changed the airline industry, a feat that was once done by Boeing 747, but never by A380.
A380's future is quite bleak! The time is gone when double-decker fat 4-engined jumbos used to be a thing. The future skies are mostly going to be dominated by twin engine long-haulers like the 777, 787, and A350
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Old February 25th, 2016, 04:35 PM   #2452
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I remember a few months ago, NGC making documentary movie titled "Planes That Changed The World". The planes featured are SR-71, DC-3, and A380.
DC-3 does changed the airline industry, I'm not sure about SR-71. But A380? It was born at the time when airlines no longer need jumbojet, as the advent of Boeing 777-300ER rendered the need for such planes for long distance flight useless.
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A6-DDD Etihad Cargo was delivered today.

A6-DDD Etihad Cargo Boeing 777-FFX - C/N 62744 / LN 1374 by Woodys Aeroimages, on Flickr

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I remember a few months ago, NGC making documentary movie titled "Planes That Changed The World". The planes featured are SR-71, DC-3, and A380.
DC-3 does changed the airline industry, I'm not sure about SR-71. But A380? It was born at the time when airlines no longer need jumbojet, as the advent of Boeing 777-300ER rendered the need for such planes for long distance flight useless.
I honestly don't understand what's all the hype around A380 really...I was never a fan of it truly. Yes it can carry heavy loads and lots of passengers big deal but in the aviation world, it's definitely not an aircraft one would call 'beauty'
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British Airways' B777-200ER G-VIIO was ferried from KLAX to KVCV after repairs. It will undergo full repaint in Victorville.
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Old February 26th, 2016, 07:05 PM   #2456
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really nice scheme on that 77F
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G-VIIO

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Finished. Ferried to KVCV for repaint:



https://twitter.com/AirlineFlyer/sta...44618310541312
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is it just me or the flaps still look burned out?
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Old February 27th, 2016, 12:09 PM   #2460
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I would not want to fly on that machine
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