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  Boeing 777 | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia
Singapore Airlines is the largest operator of the Boeing 777 family with 73 in service (46 are the 777-200ER variant, 12 are 777-300s, and 11 are 777-300ERs with 8 on firm order and 13 more on option).
In the 1970s, Boeing unveiled new models: the twin-engine 757 to replace the venerable 727, the twin-engine 767 to challenge the Airbus A300, and a trijet 777 concept to compete with the DC-10 and the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar.
Boeing was not convinced of the abilities of the program, and built a mock-up of the nose section to test the results.
www.flightmemory.com /encyclopedia/Boeing_777.html   (5020 words)

  
 Boeing 777 - Lostpedia
A Boeing 777 was the aircraft that crashed onto the island, carrying the flight number Oceanic Flight 815.
At the bottom of the chart is a profile of an aircraft and the words, "Oceanic 777." This indicates that Oceanic 815 was a Boeing 777.
There was also a single fatal accident involving a Boeing 777; a refueling fire on September 5, 2001, on the ground at Denver International Airport, Colorado, resulted in the death of the refueler.
lostpedia.com /wiki/Boeing_777   (609 words)

  
 Boeing 777 Pictures and Facts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On Feb. 15, 1996, the 777 was named winner of the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy by the U.S. National Aeronautic Association.
The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale recognized the Boeing 777 in April 1997 for achieving a speed and distance record for airplanes in its size and class.
As a result, the 777 uses wires to carry electrical signals from the pilot control wheel, column, and pedals to a primary flight computer.
members.aol.com /lbo123/Facts777.html   (704 words)

  
 Why Boeing 777?
If the 747 didn't exist, the 777 makes good sense, but the 747 has been flying for over 30 years so its paid for and it is not outdated in any sense.
You said that the Boeing 777 does not seem to carry out the range and convenience of the later model of the Boeing 747's.
You are correct in certain aspects, but the Boeing 777 is not less aerodynamically efficient although it is slightly heavier.
www.askcaptainlim.com /aswhy777.htm   (1419 words)

  
 Boeing 777 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 777 was the first commercial aircraft to be designed entirely on computer.
Boeing viewed "stick and rudder" controls as being more intuitive for pilots.
Boeing is currently considering improving the Boeing 777-300ER due to the proposed Airbus A350-1000XWB.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Boeing_777   (3706 words)

  
 Boeing 777 Airliner - Aerospace Technology
The Boeing 777-300 is a stretched version of the 777, seating 328 to 394 passengers in a typical three class seating arrangement or 550 passengers in a single economy class arrangement.
The Boeing 777 was the first aircraft with an ARINC 629 digital data bus linked to the main and standby navigation systems.
Boeing subcontracts the manufacture of components and systems, which are transported to Boeing for final assembly and tests.
www.aerospace-technology.com /projects/boeing777   (1465 words)

  
 How to Identify a Boeing 777 - eHow.com
Boeing believes its new 777 will be a major player on very-long-distance international routes in the 21st century.
Boeing wholeheartedly entered the digital age with the 777.
The Boeing 777 appears deceptively similar to other modern commercial jet aircraft, but the prosaic shell encloses a $4-billion-dollar investment in revolutionary technology.
www.ehow.com /how_7117_identify-boeing-777.html   (331 words)

  
 Aircraft-Info.net - Boeing 777-200 Information
The 777 was originally conceived as a stretched 767, but Boeing instead adopted an all new design.
Notable 777 design features include a unique fuselage cross section, Boeing's first application of fly-by-wire, an advanced technology glass flightdeck with five liquid crystal displays, comparatively large scale use of composites (10% by weight), and advanced and extremely powerful engines.
The 777 was also offered with optional folding wings where the outer 6m/21ft of each would fold upwards for operations at space restricted airports.
www.aircraft-info.net /aircraft/jet_aircraft/boeing/777-200   (518 words)

  
 An Ada Info Article-- The Boeing 777 Flies on 99.9% Ada
Boeing was able to turn on the power a full six months before the maiden flight.
The 777 proved itself an ETOPS "veteran" on its first flight out, becoming the first twin-engine plane to win FAA approval for "ETOPS out of the box." The trend towards more reliable hardware and software are revolutionizing aviation and can be found in aircrafts other than the 777.
Sales for the Boeing 777 both nationally and internationally have been excellent In addition to high sales in the present, Boeing's financial future is also healthy, in part, because of reusable code.
www.adaic.org /atwork/boeing.html   (2103 words)

  
 Aviation Video: Boeing 777-200 - KLM
Boeing's choice to not proceed with the 777 was influenced by the design complexities of tri-jet aircraft, the absence of an engine with thrust in the range of 40,000 lbf (178 kN), and the success of the 757 and 767, particularly with the benefit of ETOPS regulations of the 1980s.
This allowed a virtual 777 to be assembled in cyberspace, allowing engineers to examine for interferences and to test if the many thousands of parts would fit together properly before costly physical prototypes were manufactured.
Boeing claims the C market 777-200LR (772C) will be the world's longest ranging commercial airliner, capable of flying 9420 nautical miles (17,446 km) in 18 hours.
www.flightlevel350.com /Aircraft_Boeing_777-200-Airline_KLM_Aviation_Video-2711.html   (2378 words)

  
 Boeing 777-200ER
The Boeing 777 is the first aircraft to be fully digitally designed using 3D computer graphics eliminating the need for costly full-scale mock-ups.
The Boeing 777-200ER is a variant of 777-200 airliner modified shrinking passenger seating capacity to achieve an extended range while retaining the remaining 777-200 characteristics.
On December 17, 2004 Boeing confirmed the execution of an option from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines for two additional Boeing 777-200ER jetliners to be delivered during the first quarter of 2006.
www.deagel.com /pandora/boeing-777-200er_pm00404002.aspx   (646 words)

  
 AdaIC Flyers -- Boeing 777 Soars with Ada
Those in the Ada community, though, could be certain that the flight would be a success when the pilot entered the cockpit, switched on the control panel, and announced that all systems were go.
Since 1990, when Boeing first decided to program the 777 in Ada, the avionics community had been waiting to see if the software would prove to be as dependable and efficient as Ada advocates predicted.
Sales for the Boeing 777 both nationally and internationally have been excellent; as of Aug. 2, 1995, Boeing had received 164 firm orders and 108 options.
www.aonix.com /content/products/objectada/success_stories/boe-777.html   (2266 words)

  
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By the late 1980's Boeing realised that it needed an aircraft to fill the gap between the 767-300 and 747-400.
The wings of the 777 were designed to be the most aerodynamically efficient wings ever developed for a subsonic commercial aircraft.
Boeing's new aircraft was designed to be for two-man operation and as simple and easy to use as possible.
members.tripod.com /Craigs_Airlines/boeing777.htm   (685 words)

  
 Boeing 777
Boeing invested more than $1 Billion (and insiders say much more) in CAD infrastructure for the design of the Boeing 777.
The 777 has millions of such parts, a virtual mock-up can be made from a parts and interconnection list so that designers can “fly through” the design to check for unwanted interconnections.
It is interesting to note that the Boeing 777 used an advanced, though conventional, approach to modeling and simulation of the aerodynamics and flight.
www.cds.caltech.edu /conferences/1997/vecs/tutorial/Examples/Cases/777.htm   (3519 words)

  
 Commercial Programs - Boeing 777
Vought is under contract to Boeing to produce the wing spoilers and inboard flaps along with the nacelle panels for the 777.
The 777 family is designed to fill the size gap between the 767 and 747.
The latest 777 derivative is the 777-300, a stretched version that provides seating for 328 to 394 passengers in a typical three-class configuration.
www.voughtaircraft.com /ProdProg/commercial/boeing777.htm   (219 words)

  
 Boeing 777 a mainstay of long-haul travel - CNN.com
The Federation eéronautique Internationale recognized the Boeing 777 in April 1997 for achieving a speed and distance record for airplanes in its size and class.
The Boeing Web site claims the 777 set the "Great Circle Distance Without Landing" record, traveling 20,044 km, and it set the record for "Speed Around the World, Eastbound," traveling at an average speed of 889 km per hour.
Boeing prides itself on the 777's landing gear, which it claims is the largest ever incorporated into a commercial aircraft.
www.cnn.com /2008/WORLD/europe/01/17/boeing777.history   (441 words)

  
 Boeing 777   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This presentation will describe the development of the 777 from concept to EIS and then on to fulfillment of the full family plan.
By working together with engineers, mechanics, customers and suppliers, Boeing was able to produce a passenger airplane that is superior to it's competitors in performance, reliability and passenger and flight crew appeal.
He went on to have leadership positions on all subsequent 777 derivatives, including the 777-300, 777-300ER, 777-200LR and currently the 777 freighter.
aero-comlab.stanford.edu /seminar/spring05/b777.html   (186 words)

  
 Boeing 777 stretches its wings, record
Boeing test pilot Randy Austin, who was piloting the plane at the time, told the controller it had come from Hong Kong.
That "she" is Blue Baby 2, the name the Boeing test pilots have fondly given the plane, which is painted in a Boeing blue livery.
Boeing vice president Lars Andersen pops the cork on a bottle of sparking wine as the Worldliner reaches the halfway point of its record-making flight.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /business/247903_longflight11.html   (1655 words)

  
 Boeing 777-300ER stops in Dubai on worldwide ETOPS test flight | Boeing
The Boeing 777-300ER, the newest addition to the 777 family, stopped in Dubai-one of eight stops worldwide-on its global ETOPS (Extended Operations) certification flight test.
Boeing Captain William Royce (left) and Emirates Capt. Ahmed Al Shamsi in front of the Boeing 777-300ER which stopped over in Dubai on its current global ETOPS test flight.
On its ETOPS certification flight test, the Boeing 777-300ER will record approximately 220 hours of flying-including additional engine shutdowns for a continuous 330 minutes-various system checks, and simulated malfunctions to ensure the systems are working in the long-range environment.
www.ameinfo.com /30566.html   (904 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Business | Boeing unveils new 777 aircraft
Airbus, which overtook Boeing as the number one civilian planemaker in 2003, is focusing on so-called super jumbos.
Boeing plans to offer twin-engine planes that are able to fly direct to many of the world's airports, getting rid of the need for connecting flights.
Boeing said earnings during the last three months of 2004 dropped by 84% because of costs relating to stopping production of its smallest airliner, the 717, and the cancellation of a US air force 767 tanker contract.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/business/4266695.stm   (587 words)

  
 Aircraft Information: Boeing 777-200 | Airliners.net
The 777 was originally conceived as a stretched 767, but Boeing instead adopted an all new design.
Notable 777 design features include a unique fuselage cross section, Boeing's first application of fly-by-wire, an advanced technology glass flightdeck with five liquid crystal displays, comparatively large scale use of composites (10% by weight), and advanced and extremely powerful engines.
The 777 was also offered with optional folding wings where the outer 6m/21ft of each would fold upwards for operations at space restricted airports.
www.airliners.net /aircraft-data/stats.main?id=106   (576 words)

  
 Case studies: Boeing's 777, A Touch of Class - Elo TouchSystems
One of the most eagerly anticipated days in aviation history was the day when executives from Boeing and United Airlines rolled out the first Boeing 777, an aircraft that has set new standards for production, performance and partnership.
When Boeing began developing the "triple seven," the world's largest twin engine plane with a capacity of 418 passengers (single class) and a wingspan half as long as a football field, a key part of the 777 development process was the active partnership of leading suppliers from throughout the world.
"Being part of the 777 team is a privilege, and we take a great deal of pride in the fact that the cabin management system on the 777 is the absolute state-of-the-art in systems and processes," said David Martin, general manager of Elo Round Rock.
www.elotouch.com /Solutions/CaseStudies/boeing.asp   (467 words)

  
 Boeing 777
allowing the 777 to be as quiet as a 767, even though the 777 engines provide 40 percent more power.
In 1993, the 777 flight deck received accolades from the Industrial Designers Society of America.
777, compared to what had been possible on previous jetliner introductions.
www.nilesprecision.com /B777-3.htm   (1837 words)

  
 پایگاه اطلاع رسانی رسمی سازمان هواپیمایی ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
این مدلهای جدید شامل مدل 757 برای جایگزینی 727، مدل دو موتوره; 767 برای رقابت با; Airbus A300 مدل 777 برای رقابت با DC-10 و; Lockheed Tristor.
مدل 777 اولین بار در 14 ژوئن 1994 پرواز آزمایشی خود را; انجام داد.
در مقایسه با مدلهای 747 قدیمی،; 777 از ظرفیت حمل مسافر و طی مسافت بیشتری برخوردار است، در حالی که یک سوم کمتر سوخت مصرف می کند و هزینه نگهداری این مدل 40 درصد کمتر از 747 است;.
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