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Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:27 am

     

Alright... when I saw the 767-400 cockpit, I was surprised! It looks just like the 777's. I guess it saves money, it looks great! Anyway... my question, can anyone find any differences? I found one... the yoke! check it out! I'm sure the sizes are different too, but that's a given!

Boeing 777's cockpit


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Now... here is the 767-400's cockpit!


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And for the people who don't know what the other 767 cockpits look like... (757 looks like this too)


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I'm looking forward to seeing what y'all come up with!

     

 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400. This Is Cool, Check It Out

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:42 am

The throttles are wider on the 777, also, the trim lever is not beside the spoiler lever.

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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:47 am

Where is the trim lever on the 764?
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:55 am

It says "Boeing 777" under the top EICAS display. Additionally, the 764 doesn't have the touch-pad behind the FMC.
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:58 am

Sorry, my mistake, the trim device is still there, but instead of a lever, it is replaced by a rocker switch!

Sorry

Tony,
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Also, I found I more difference, the ADI is purple in colour, away from blue of the 777.
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:05 pm

Hi, me again, with one more difference discovered. The Auto-pilot master switches: On the 777, it is in this formation:

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a
a


767-400er: a a a

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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:17 pm

so... overall... which do you like better?!

777
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or 764
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or even the 763
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:21 pm

i'll have to say I like the 764 better, cause many glitch of the 777 had been fixed(glare on the Lcds). And I like the looks of those wheels.....

 

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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 1:04 pm

hmm... I can't decide! I think I like the 773 aircraft and the 764's cockpit!  
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 1:42 pm

Interesting thing about the new technology large LCD displays. In this months flying magazine there is an interesting article about the new Cessna CJ1 with the new Collins Pro Line 21. It has the largest LCD EFIS/ECAS display of any aircraft... 5"x10" I believe. But these new LCD displays are pretty impressive. Apparently the old CRT's were limited in the amount of data they could present b/c of the refresh rate of the CRT. LCD's are not limited by this and are far superior in this sense. And comparing the 763 to the 764 the cockpit is much cleaner, all in an effort to reduce pilot workload.
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 2:14 pm

The TOGA switch on the 777 is located in front of the thrust levers while the 764 is on each side.
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Thu Aug 24, 2000 2:19 pm

Also, the standby instruments are electro-mechanical on the 764.
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Fri Aug 25, 2000 1:03 am

     

WOW... I can't believe you guys found so much!

Yeah, I read that article on the Citation CJ1. I don't think that the cockpit of that think is all that impressive.


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Now... I love the Citation X cockpit.


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.I think that plane is ugly! Although, it's awesome in this picture!


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If only they could make something that looks like a CJ2 and preforms like the X. I know that is not aeordynamically possible yet.

My favorite biz jet is the Gulfstream V.


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sorry I couldn't find a picture of the cockpit! But it is soo cool!

I think you should go here and check it out!http://www.gulfstream.com/multimedia/photography.htm


more sites!

Gulfstream http://www.gulfstream.com


Cessna http://www.cessna.com

Boeing has a pretty cool biz jet too! It's a 737 I think! HUGE wingtips! Awesome cockpit too! http://www.boeing.com/commercial/bbj/index.html

     
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Fri Aug 25, 2000 1:35 am

The FBO that i am with down here manages a new CJ1...the thing is amazing. The cockpit is so simple and it makes IFR flying in bad conditions extremely easy. The Citation X is a much more complex airplane (2-3 times as expensive) and therefore the cockpit is much more complex. Thats the reason for the difference. The X is much faster and more efficient, hence the way it looks. It was designed by computers from scratch which is why it has such an odd look.
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Fri Aug 25, 2000 1:52 am

If you want to compare over head panels then heres a link to the 764 http://www.su27flanker.flyer.co.uk/767-6.htm

Heres a link to the centre pedestal 764 close up http://www.su27flanker.flyer.co.uk/767-5.htm

Both taken of the Round the World demo aircraft.

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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Fri Aug 25, 2000 2:54 am

The parking brake handles are different. The 777 has a lever type. The 767 has the "T" type.
 
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RE: Boeing 777 And 767-400 Cockpit

Fri Sep 15, 2000 1:37 pm

What about the upper panel?