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Old December 19th, 2004, 06:55 PM   #41
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Cool. Any updates on the 777-200LR btw?
Yes, it seems that there has been an order by an unknown company for 5 777LR's. Many think it's GECAS who will then lease it to SIN.
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Boeing and Etihad Airways close deal for five 777-300ER's

Boeing and Etihad Airways today confirmed the airline's definitive order for five Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes valued at USD1.09 billion at list price.

The airplanes will be delivered in 2005, with the first delivery scheduled for October followed by two each in November and December. They are the first Boeing airplanes Etihad has ordered to join an expanding group of prominent carriers operating the 777 family.

'We do our utmost to meet the needs of our discerning passengers and we're pleased to be adding the 777-300ER to our fleet,' said Etihad Chairman H.E. Dr. Ahmed Bin Saif Al-Nahyan. 'Our objective is to build upon our status as one of the world's top quality airlines. We believe our reputation will be enhanced even further by making the most of the 777's wide, roomy cabin to create a distinctive experience for our guests.'

Etihad Airways noted that the early delivery date of these aircraft will advance its ability to provide service to new long haul routes. The new airplanes' capacity and range will facilitate the airline's expansion to new routes in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.

'We continue to see significant orders for the 777 family, reinforcing the airplane's reputation for flying long-haul routes as efficiently as possible with unrivaled interior comfort for passengers,' said Lee Monson, Boeing Commercial Airplanes' vice president of sales for the Middle East and Africa. 'Early next year, we will raise the bar even further with the introduction of the 777-200LR (Longer Range) which will set the standard for long-haul, wide-body jetliners, carrying 301 passengers in spacious comfort and flying 9,420 nautical miles with full cargo loads while achieving unmatched fuel efficiency.'

In operation for just over a year, Etihad Airways is becoming known for its rapid growth and firm determination to build a national carrier operating out of Abu Dhabi that rivals the world's best international carriers. It has earned respect for its level of service and dedication to go beyond passenger expectations.

The Boeing 777 has consistently exceeded its initial performance specifications and is continually selected by passengers as the most preferred airplane in its class. The 777 dominates its market segment by a two-to-one margin, even after having been introduced two years later than its nearest competitors. Thirty-seven airlines have now ordered 665 Boeing 777s, making it the fastest selling twin-aisle airplane in history.
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Boeing Nears Completion of World's Longest Range Jetliner
Thursday December 16, 5:00 pm ET

EVERETT, Wash., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The three main sections of the first Boeing 777-200LR (Longer Range), which will be the world's longest-range commercial airplane, were recently joined at the company's Everett, Wash. plant. The 777-200LR can carry 301 passengers up to 9,420 nautical miles (17,446 kilometers).

The first 777-200LR will be unveiled in February and begin flight-testing in March. First delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 2006. Pakistan International Airlines and EVA Air are the airplane's first customers.
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Yes, it seems that there has been an order by an unknown company for 5 777LR's. Many think it's GECAS who will then lease it to SIN.
Er...your "SIN" refers to SIA?
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Old December 19th, 2004, 07:34 PM   #45
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Cool. Any updates on the 777-200LR btw?
Adding up additionally:

Etihad Airways (EY) confirm order for 5 777-300ER. First delivery in October 2005 with all 5 delivered by yearend 2005.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL) orders two more 777-200ERs for delivery in early 2006.

Mid East Jet is first 777 operator to retrofit its 777 with the Electronic Flight Bag. KLM, PIA and Kenya already have it on their airplanes since they took delivery of them.

Singapore Airlines (SQ) order 18 777-300ER with options for 13 more. First delivery in 2006.

Boeing rolled out the 500th 777 last Friday for a crowd of thousands of enthustiastic employees. The 777 is the first twin-aisle aircraft to reach 500 deliveries and the fatestest of any twin-aise aircraft in history to reach that number. Delivery of this aircraft will be to ILFC and operated by Air France later this month.

A new order announced for 5 777-300ER by Unidentified Customer. This should be the order by Etihad (EY).

AeroMexico plans to lease two 777-200ER from ILFC. Contract to be signed soon. First delivery expected in Jan2006.

Boeing has started to offer the 777F for sale to airlines. It will be based on the 777-200LR. First dellivery should be in 2008.

The un-identified order for one 777-300ER is for ILFC and for lease to Air France

TAAG Angola (DT) thinking of ordering three 777s and may place an order next year.

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV) will start to fly the 777 to New York (JFK) and Washington (IAD) on 31Oct04.

Air-India (AI) to lease 3 777-200ERs; N789UA, N790UA and N205UA. First delivery in Jan05 and the rest by Mar05. The 777s will be used on flights to Europe and the USA.

Boeing has started assembly of the first 777-200LR aircraft. The aircraft will be rolled out in Feb05 and start flight testing in Mar05 with first delivery to Pakistan International Airlines - PIA (PK) in Jan06. The aircraft can carry 301 passengers 9420 nautical miles (17 446 km).

Air Austral (UU) to fly Marseille (MRS) - Reunion (RUN) next year when they get one more 777 in service. They will also fly a 777 to Mayotte (DZA).

Libyan Arab Airlines (LN) may get 777s as a part of an expansion plan. More info to follow later.

Thai Airways International (TG)'s board has decided to order 6 more 777-200s. These will be the 6 first 777-200ER for Thai.

EVA Air (BR) will take delivery of their first 777-300ER in Aug05. First 777-200LR will be delivered to them in Jun06.

Thai Airways (TG) has started to reconfigure their 777-200s to 2-2-2 in Business Class and 3-3-3 in Economy class. This should be completed sometime ??.



Unidentified orders:

1 777-300ER placed on 29 June 2004 (AF)

5 777-300ER placed on 30 November 2004 (EY)


Boeing has sold 662 777s and 497 have been delivered.
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Old December 21st, 2004, 06:26 AM   #46
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Etihad orders five Boeing 777s

December 19 - 2004 at 10:41

Boeing and Etihad Airways today confirmed the airline's order for five Boeing 777-300ER aircraft valued at USD1bn. The planes will be delivered in 2005, with the first delivery scheduled for October followed by two each in November and December. They are the first Boeing airplanes Etihad has ordered.
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Old January 8th, 2005, 05:03 PM   #47
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Air France Boosts Capacity On Lagos-Paris Route With B777

Mega carrier, Air France, has launched a major effort to boost its capacity on the Lagos-Paris route with the introduction of a B777-200ER (Extended Range) fully equipped with great comfort to make air travel more pleasurable.

The 270-seater wide body aircraft which made its entry into the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos Monday evening is giving way to the 211 passenger capacity A330-200 which had served the route.

The airline's General Manager, Africa and Middle East, Piere de Saint-Albin said at a modest ceremony that the coming of the aircraft which has a three class configuration would address the problem of overbooking.

Configured in First Class with flat beds, Business Class and Economy offer passengers personal videos and telecommunications facilities.

According to Saint-Albin, "we are bringing to Nigeria, the best of the aircraft in the world at a time when many others are not having the First Class on their flights. Our aim is to offer the Nigerian market more seats at competitive prices".

Apart from personal videos and telecommunications facilities, the B777 aircraft also offers passngers a wide selection of newspapers and magazines in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Saint-Albin stated that the in-flight service is of the best standard globally.

With the new aircraft, he affirmed that the airline has further adapted to the demands on nthe Lagos-Paris route, adding that from February 3, 2005, four more flights will be added to the existing three frequencies on the Port Harcourt route to meet the increasing passenger demand.

With this development, he said the airline will have 490 seats weekly from Nigeria, stating an office will be opened in Abuja to enable people buy tickets easily.

Saint-Albin said fares wiil go down, adding that the airline has already commenced low fares to the Americas since December 2004.

He also disclosed that the airline will embark on social projects in Nigeria just as Nigerian cultural interest will be taken care of on board the B777 aircraft with the introduction of Nigerian movies on board.
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Old January 21st, 2005, 05:19 AM   #48
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Technical updated

Referred by technical review

If an engine fails on the Boeing 777, how does it affect the performance of the airplane ?


Although engine failure is extremely rare, it is not a major problem should one of them ever failed. The Boeing 777 is designed to fly for at least 3 hours on one engine for a distance up to 1320 nautical miles or 2110 kilometers. That is further than from New York to Havana in Cuba.

Pilots have been checked every 6 months in even more adverse emergency conditions than just a simple engine failure. Basically, an engine failure merely require a diversion to a suitable airport and there are many such airports within the 3 hours range. However, most Airlines at the moment use 2 hours for planning purposes, to fly on one engine should the need arise for an unforeseen diversion. So if an engine fails within 850 nautical miles (2 hours flight) of your intended destination, you may even arrive safely at your airport without any sweat !
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Old January 21st, 2005, 05:37 AM   #49
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Air New Zealand is aquiring new 777-200s by September this year for planned direct routes from AKL-India/China.
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The maximum ranges of the various 777 models in the following sequence

# 9,500km, 777-200
# 10,600km, 777-300
# 14,300km, 777-200ER
# 14,594km, 777-300ER
# 17,446km, 777-200LR


777-200LR

Boeing claims the C market 777-200LR (772C) will be the longest ranging airliner, capable of flying 9420 nautical miles (17,446 km) for 18 hours. It will achieve this with huge 110,000 lbf (489 kN) thrust GE90-110B1 turbofans, a significantly increased MTOW and optional auxiliary fuel tanks in the rear cargo hold. Other new features include raked wingtips, a new main landing gear and additional structural strengthening. The first flight will be 1Q2005 with EIS in 2006 After the introduction of the 777-200LR, the only mass-produced aircraft with greater unrefuelled range will be the KC10-10 extender

The direct Airbus equivalent is the A340-500

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After the introduction of the 777-200LR, the only mass-produced aircraft with greater unrefuelled range will be the KC-10A Extender
That certainly puts things into perspective.
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Air New Zealand is aquiring new 777-200s by September this year for planned direct routes from AKL-India/China.
But those won't be LR i guess.
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Boeing unveils new long-range passenger jet
By Simon Freeman, Times Online

The transatlantic dogfight over the future of commercial air travel escalated today as, one month after Europe's Airbus unveiled the world's largest passenger aircraft, its American rival Boeing launched a jet with the capacity to connect virtually any two cities in the world.

The Boeing 777-200 LR has a range of up to 10,843 miles and its manufacturers boast it will be able to fly from London to Syndney without needing to stop to re-fuel.

The first model was due to roll off the production line in Washington today, and first deliveries are expected early next year.

The new aircraft will form a central plank of the American company's strategy to win back market share from Airbus. Airbus became the world's number one aviation company when it overtook Boeing on deliveries for the first time last January.

Boeing has so far received two orders from Pakistan International Airlines for the new jet, which can carry 301 passengers, and a further three from EVA of Taiwan. Other airlines appear to be waiting to see how the plane performs.

The company is optimistic that it will be able to persuade airlines providing lucrative long-haul business trips, particularly those linking major US cities to the Far East, such as New York and Singapore, to upgrade their fleets in coming years.

Boeing's tactic of aiming its resources towards long-haul passengers at the upper end of the air travel market contrasts starkly with Airbus, which last month unveiled its A380 super-jumbo, a double-decker plane with 850 seats.

So far, 14 airlines have bought into the Airbus vision of the future with 149 models on order. The wings of the A380 are British-built, and many of the airlines are also specifying Rolls-Royce engines.

There is intense commercial rivalry between the two firms. Boeing recently challenged EU leaders to justify the extent to which they subsidise their own manufacturer with loans. Meanwhile, Europe has criticised the 'back-door' subsidies made by Washington through research grants from defence projects.

A spokesman for Boeing explained that whilst its new jet would be able to make the trip from London to Sydney without a break, the return journey would prove more challenging: because it is against the wind.
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Going the Distance
14 February 2005

Today I'm delivering a Valentine to the newest member of the 777 family, the 777-200LR (Longer Range).

You'll be seeing a lot of her in the days ahead as we introduce the world to the longest-range commercial airplane ever built. She will go from here to just about anywhere.

The airplane waiting to be unveiled in our factory in Everett, WA is capable of connecting virtually any two cities in the world. And when we roll her out tomorrow afternoon it's going to be the start of a beautiful relationship.

Really, I should say many beautiful relationships -- non-stops between city pairs - that up until now were just the stuff of imagination. No more long waits in an airport you didn't want to visit in the first place.

The thing that's so special about the 777-200LR is that it gives airlines the additional flexibility to serve non-stop routes (in 777 comfort) that passengers are asking for.
Boeing 777-200LR photo, Going the Distance: The 777-200LR

Try these city pairs on for size:

* Singapore - New York
* Perth - London
* Los Angeles - Bombay
* New York - Auckland
* Chicago - Sydney
* Taipei - Miami
* New York - Karachi

That last city pair is a reflection of our first 777-200LR customer, Pakistan International Airlines. It's amazing the possibilities this new airplane opens up.

Just briefly, the 777-200LR can do it because of larger and more powerful engines, and up to three optional fuel tanks in the aft cargo compartment. With a full complement of 301 passengers, this airplane will have a range of 9,420 nautical miles (17,446 kilometers), the longest range of any commercial airliner. That's truly "Going the Distance."
Boeing 777-200LR photo The 777 longer-range airplanes offer overhead crew and attendant rest areas in the fuselage crown above the passenger cabin.

Needless to say, the 777-200-LR can fly farther and faster than the A340-500, and can carry more passengers and cargo, all the while consuming 20% less fuel per passenger. This is good for the airlines and good for the environment.

Find out more about the 777 family by clicking here.

And you can get a look at the dimensions of our 777 longer range airplanes here.

We think our customers are going to want airplanes with more range and with the ability to connect new city pairs with non-stop flights. The 777-200LR does that and allows airlines to carry more cargo on those long-haul routes, too.

Well, now it's time to get ready for the festivities. After the roll-out I want to talk about some world-record distance flights we have planned for this new airplane. It's going to be an exciting year around here, that's for sure.


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PIA’s second Boeing 777 aircraft arrives

February 16, 2005

KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) second new Boeing-777 landed at the Quaid-e-Azam International Airport, early Sunday morning.

The plane took off from Seattle in the United States and landed at Islamabad International Airport after a 14-hour non-stop flight at 11.50pm on Saturday. After a brief stopover it flew to Karachi.

PIA officials welcomed the crew and other members who arrived on Boeing 777-ER, the most technologically advanced airplane in the world. The plane has a seating capacity of 327 with accommodation of 33 passengers in the first class. In 2002, PIA ordered eight Boeing 777 airplanes. These included three extended range Boeing 777-200-ER, two Boeing 777-200-LR and three Boeing 777-300-ER.

The next delivery is expected in March 2004. All the planes will be received by year 2008. PIA is confident that the induction of these airplanes will boost Pakistan’s economy. The airplane induction programme is financed by the United States Exim Bank. This is the largest deal in the history of PIA. A PIA spokesman said that the planes have been acquired on the basis of an elaborate marketing plan. He said these aircraft would help provide direct destination flights to passengers. The expansion of PIA’s future network was also considered before acquiring these aircraft. While selecting these aircraft, operational cost, fuel efficiency, comfort of passengers and low maintenance costs were considered.

More than 460 B777s are currently in service with 36 airlines around the world. So far more than 630 777s have been ordered. The national flag carrier plans to use 777-200ER aircraft for US destinations and possibly for India. —APP
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Boeing Unveils 777-200LR Worldliner
15 February 2005


Boeing today unveiled the first 777-200LR Worldliner at a celebration attended by more than 5,000 employees, airline representatives, suppliers, and government and community leaders.

"This amazing airplane will connect virtually any two cities in the world with nonstop service,” said Alan Mulally, president and chief executive officer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "The 777-200LR Worldliner is the latest innovation in our highly successful 777 airplane family. The 777 family consists of five passenger models and a freighter version in development that safely and efficiently serve the needs of our customers, while providing passengers and cargo operators with more of what they want -- affordable, comfortable, nonstop flights to the destinations of their choice.”

Extending the range of the market-leading 777 family by more than 1,500 nautical miles (2,775 kilometers), the 777-200LR (Longer Range) allows airlines to service nonstop routes such as New York-Singapore and Los Angeles-Dubai at full passenger capacity and carry revenue cargo. The 777-200LR can carry 301 passengers up to 9,420 nautical miles (17,446 kilometers).

The 777-200LR Worldliner is the first Boeing airplane entirely painted in the company's striking blue livery introduced last year. The airplane's unveiling at today's ceremony also revealed its new name: Worldliner, which highlights its revolutionary capabilities to connect cities around the world.

"The 777-200LR Worldliner will enable our customers to open new nonstop routes and explore new markets that once could only be accomplished with one or two stops,” said Lars Andersen, vice president -- program manager, 777 program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

With the first flight scheduled for early March, flight-test employees are putting final touches on the systems they will use to monitor and evaluate the airplane. The seven-month flight-test program will include approximately 300 hours of ground and 500 hours of flight testing.

The 777-200LR and the 777-300ER (Extended Range) were launched in February 2000 by Boeing and GE Aircraft Engines in response to airlines that wanted new airplanes with additional flexibility to serve the nonstop routes passengers demand.

The first 777-200LR Worldliner is to be delivered to Pakistan International Airlines in January 2006. EVA Airways is also a launch customer.

The 777-200LR will also serve as the platform for the Boeing 777 Freighter.

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Maybe I lost this somewhere but does this new 777-200LR fly farther than the A340-600? The A340-600 looks cool because of it's length but I remember seeing Airbus touting it's longer range with the A340-600.
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Can review some relative data at # 6 posting
Also at the thread of Airbus 340xxx series
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Can review some relative data at # 6 posting
Also at the thread of Airbus 340xxx series
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