BOEING 777 Aviation Parts list page 1

The Boeing 777 is considered a long-range wide-body twin-engine. It is the biggest twinjet and usually called as the "Triple Seven". It can accommodate between 283 and 368 passengers in a 3 -class configuration.

It started operation in 1995 and the first airline to operate it was United Airlines The widely used 777 variant is the 777-200ER which was an lengthened range version of the basic 777-200. As of Febrauary of 2008, there were 408 Boeing 777 that were delivered. and as of February of this year, there 56 customers who have ordered for a sum of 1,101 Boeing 777 in which 763 of them were already delivered.

In the current decade, the Boeing 777 has became one of Boeing's best-selling model The model is fuel-efficient alternative to other wide-body aircraft. Its counterpart from Airbus are the Airbus A330-300 and A340.

The A350 XWB and Boeing 787 programs are also currently in development that have improve fuel efficiency.

The Boeing 777-200 has the following specifications.


Flight deck crew 2


Length 305 (3-class) 400 (2-class) 440 (maximum)

Wingspan 199 ft 11 in (60.9 m)

Tail height 60 ft 9 in (18.5 m)


Empty weight 307,000 lb (139,225 kg)

Maximum take-off weight (MTOW) 545,000 lb (247,210 kg)

Speed and Range

Cruising speed 0.84 Mach (560 mph, 905 km/h, 490 knots) at 35,000 ft (11,000 m) cruise altitude

Maximum cruise speed 0.89 Mach (587 mph, 945 km/h, 510 knots) at 35,000 ft (11,000 m) cruise altitude


(x 2) PW 4077 RR 877 GE90-77B

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