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Boeing Issuses 777X Info. And Specifications

Sun Feb 27, 2000 3:04 am

777-200X
Seating:301 passengers
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 750,000 pounds (340,200 kg)
Range: 10,148 miles (8,825 nautical miles) (16,328 km)Speed: Mach .84
Engines/Thrust Rating: GE90-110B/110,000 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 51,590 gallons
City Pairs:
Singapore-New York
Atlanta-Hong Kong
Dallas-Sydney
(App. 18 hours)
Length: 209 feet 1 inch (63.7 meters)
Wingspan: 212 feet 7 inches (64.8 meters)
Tail height: 61 feet 1 inch (18.6 meters)

Proposed first delivery: September 2003 (first model, with the second model (777-300X following four to six months later)

777-300X
359 passengers
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 750,000 pounds (340,200 kg)
Range: 8,314 miles (7,230 nautical miles) (13,377 km)
Speed: Mach .84
Engines/Thrust Rating: GE90-115B 115,000 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 47,890 gallons (181,264 liters)
City Pairs:
Paris-Los Angeles
Frankfurt-Singapore
Rome-Chicago
New York-Tokyo
Johannesburg-London
(App. 14 hours)
Length: 242 feet 4 inches (73.9 meters)
Wingspan: 212 feet 7 inches (64.8 meters)
Tail height: 61 feet 11 inch (18.6 meters)

For More Pictures & Information Visit:
http://www.boeing.com/news/feature/aa2000/777x.html

 
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RE: Boeing Issuses 777X Info. And Specifications

Sun Feb 27, 2000 11:16 am

This plane is not going to sell if it offers only the GE90 to airlines. Most airlines have already in their fleets P&W or RR Trent powered 777s, it would benefit airlines to have the 777X with the same engine as their other 777s to save money on training and parts.
 
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RE: Boeing Issuses 777X Info. And Specifications

Sun Feb 27, 2000 12:58 pm

Care to put your money where your mouth is, TEDSKI?
 
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RE: Boeing Issuses 777X Info. And Specifications

Sun Feb 27, 2000 1:18 pm

Tedski'sabsolutely right.
You know it obvious. I mean the 737/727 line, the
DC-9/MD-80 line, and the A340 line are all big fiasco's.

It'll sell guys don't worry. And not only with the GE90 if that's what has you concerned.

Dash8

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