What airlines use the 777-300ER?

What airlines use the 777-300ER?

United Airlines first placed the 777 into commercial airline service in 1995. The most successful variant is the 777-300ER with 799 aircraft delivered and over 844 orders to date. Emirates operates the largest 777 fleet, with 148 aircraft….Current and future operators.

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Is the Boeing 777 300ER safe?

The Boeing 777 is one of the safest and most successful aircraft in aviation history. If you’ve been on a long-haul flight in the last 20 years, there’s a high probability that you’ve been on one. First entering service in 1995 with United Airlines, it is now a member of over 50 different airline’s fleets.

How old is the Air France 777 300ER?

Boeing 777-300ER Air France Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number Aircraft Type Reg Age Boeing 777-300ER F-GSQC 14.5 years Boeing 777-300ER F-GSQD 14.2 years Boeing 777-300ER F-GZNQ 3.6 years Boeing 777-300ER F-GZNB 10.6 years

How many passengers are on a Swiss 777 300ER?

The Boeing 777-300ER boasts sophisticated technology, outstanding reliability and high levels of cabin comfort, and accommodates 340 passengers. All of SWISS’s new Boeing 777-300ERs will offer inflight internet connectivity.

How many people are on a Boeing 777 300ER?

Max. cargo payload 24,500 kg / 54,013 lbs Seats 340 Crew 2–3 pilots / 13–14 cabin personnel Boeing 777-300ER destinations during phase-in period Boeing 777-300ER only destinations Airbus A340/Boeing 777-300ER destinations

When did the Boeing 777 200ER come out?

By March 1990, Boeing and the airlines had decided upon a basic design configuration: a cabin cross-section close to the 747’s, capacity up to 325 passengers, flexible interiors, a glass cockpit, fly-by-wire controls, and 10 percent better seat-mile costs than the A330 and MD-11.