|Quoting jetlife2 (Reply 1):|
Interesting. The EASA Type Certificate Data Sheet reflects the different wingspan but states the area is the same whcih seems unlikely. The FAA TCDS does not quote area. The Boeing public technical description gives dimensions, and even scale drawings, but not area.
PS it is "777F" , officially there is not a "777-200F" even though it s based on the 200LR.
|Quoting Daysleeper (Reply 2):|
All I can think of is that they must have reduced the width slightly when they increased the span, as I'd have thought the EASA certificate would be correct.
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