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Topic: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: QANTAS747-438
Posted 2003-10-08 23:41:50 and read 2188 times.

What type of engines does JAL use on their 777s? I'm not sure what kind of engines are in these photos... they look like GE90s but I didn't think JAL had GE's.


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Topic: RE: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: Scbriml
Posted 2003-10-08 23:47:52 and read 2149 times.

JAL's ER 772 & 773 are all GE90 powered, while their non-ER 772 & 773 are PW4000 powered. I guess that's what happens when you only get one engine choice on a variant. Silly really.

Topic: RE: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: The777Man
Posted 2003-10-08 23:52:59 and read 2116 times.

The engines in those pictures are GE90-94Bs. They have those GEs on the new 777-200ER aircraft. On the 777-200 aircraft, they have PW 4084 engines and PW 4090s on the 777-300s. They will get more GE 90s when they get the 777-300ERs next year.

The777Man

Topic: RE: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: Aaron747
Posted 2003-10-08 23:55:05 and read 2110 times.

They are indeed GEs. JAL has them on the 763, 744, and 777ERs.



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Topic: RE: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: ConcordeBoy
Posted 2003-10-09 00:18:42 and read 2057 times.

I guess that's what happens when you only get one engine choice on a variant. Silly really.

What's more "silly" are the completely misinformed arm-chair CEOs who to this day still cannot comprehend why there's only a single engine choice for the 777NGs...

hint: it's not solely for the purpose of antagonizing you and RR-preferring airlines, though I'm sure Boeing included that in its plan  Insane

Topic: RE: Japan Air Lines 777 Engines
Username: Killerbabe
Posted 2003-10-09 00:52:06 and read 2024 times.

All their 772B and 773B are powered by PW engines, their ER versions are powered by GE engines.


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