Boeing 777-300 General
Aircraft
Boeing 777-300
Type
Ultra long range airliner
Crew
2
Unit Cost
US$ 210,0 - 234,0 million
Main Operator
Emirates
Status
Active

Boeing 777-300 Program Milestones
First order
September, 2005
Formal launch 777-300
June 26, 1995
Major assembly begin
April 7, 1997
Roll-out
September 8, 1997
First flight
October 16, 1997
Type certification
May 4, 1998
180 min ETOPS certification
May 4, 1998
First delivery
May 22, 1998
First Airline
Cathay Pacific

Boeing 777-300 Aircraft Dimensions
Cross Section
20 feet 4 inch (6,2 m)
Wing Span
199 feet 11 inch (60,9 m)
Stabilo Span
70 feet 7,5 inch (21,53 m)
Length
242 feet 9 inch (73,08 m)
Height
60 feet 5 inch (18,42 m)

Boeing 777-300 Weights

GE Engines
Baseline Airplane
Maximum Taxi Weight
662.000 lb
Max Take-off Weight
660.000 lb
Max Landing Weight
524.000 lb
Max Zero Fuel Weight
495.000 lb
Operating Empty Weight
353.800 lb
Max Structural Payload
141.200 lb
Max Cargo
7.552 Cubic feet
Usable Fuel
299.490 lb

P&W Engines
Baseline Airplane
Maximum Taxi Weight
662.000 lb
Max Take-off Weight
660.000 lb
Max Landing Weight
524.000 lb
Max Zero Fuel Weight
495.000 lb
Operating Empty Weight
351.700 lb
Max Structural Payload
143.300 lb
Max Cargo
7.552 Cubic feet
Usable Fuel
299.490 lb

RR Engines
Baseline Airplane
Maximum Taxi Weight
662.000 lb
Max Take-off Weight
660.000 lb
Max Landing Weight
524.000 lb
Max Zero Fuel Weight
495.000 lb
Operating Empty Weight
347.800 lb
Max Structural Payload
147.200 lb
Max Cargo
7.552 Cubic feet
Usable Fuel
299.490 lb

Boeing 777-300 Seating
Boeing 777-300 all economy class seating
Boeing 777-300 three class configuration
One Class
500 Passengers
Mixed Class
368 Passengers

Boeing 777-300 Powerplants
Pratt & Whitney
PW 4090
90.500 lb
PW 4098
98.000 lb
Rolce Royce
Trent 890
90.000 lb
Trent 898
98.000 lb
General Electric
GE-90-92B
90.500 lb
GE 90-98B
98.000 lb

Boeing 777-300 Range
5,955 nautical miles (11,029 km)
Prices all variants - ($ in Millions)
178,0 - 195,0
190,0 - 212,5
219,0 - 243,0
210,0 - 234,0
237,0 - 264,5
Boeing 777 Freighter
232,5 - 240,0

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Boeing 777-300 General Information

The Boeing 777 is a state-of-the-art twin-engine airplane specifically designed for medium to long range flights. In fact is the largest twin engined aircraft in the world powered by some of the most powerful and advanced high bypass ratio engines today. Unique characteristics to the 777, or triple-seven, include a two crew cockpit with a digitalized cockpit, circular cross-section, six-wheel main landing gears and a fly-by-wire flight control system.

Another interesting fact is that the aicraft is the first airliner ever to be 100 percent digitally designed using three-dimensional computer graphics. Using this method elimanated the need for costly mock-ups and test equipment. The 777 programs was launched in October 1990 with an order from United Airlines. Almost 5 years later, United Airlines flew its first revenue service.

After its first appearance in 1995, the 777 has been a favorite aircraft to many aviation enthousiasts. Not only does it have unmatched performance, the exterior looks are rather interesting. With engines as big as the Boeing 737 fuselage and triple boogie landing gears the aircraft is an impressive sight.

The Boeing 777-300 version is longer than the 777-200 version by 10.1 meters. This means that a typical 3 class configuration can seat up to 368 passengers and up to 500 in an all economy config.