Aviation Photo #2204571: Boeing 777-39L/ER - Air China


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  • Sam Chui
    Air China
    Boeing 777-39L/ER
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing
    38667
    966
    B-2086
    Los Angeles - International
    California
    USA
    June 2, 2012
  • 349

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#2204571
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December 24, 2012
Caption
Size matters, look at the difference in size between a Boeing 777 and Embraer 145 jet! [Nikon D300]
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667px

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Comments (16)

Anonymous
3 years ago
Ha! Look at the size difference between a 777 and the full size pickup truck beside it!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Wow, that is a big size difference!! 50 seater regional jet for Aeromexico and a fricking triple7 of Air China! Nice shot sir!!
Anonymous
3 years ago
The E145 could fit on the 777's wing!
Anonymous
3 years ago
That's what I call a wow factor!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Yes! Such a great perspective.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Not only much bigger - E145 fuselage narrower than the GE90-115B - the 777 has greater wing-sweep, is faster - Paulo
Anonymous
2 years ago
The wings on the e-jet have a smaller width then the 777 rear stabilizers!
Anonymous
2 years ago
Awesome comparison of sizes. This is an Embaer 145 of AeroMexico Connect.
Anonymous
2 years ago
Beautiful size comparison. you could park the 145 fuselage in those mighty 777 powerplants with ease. also, is the little tractor on the bottom right pushing the luggage belt?
Anonymous
2 years ago
Size looks good..
Anonymous
2 years ago
Beautiful shot. I could stare at this all day.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Nice View
Anonymous
1 year ago
Those mighty GE-90 engines put everything in perspective. Those GE engines are a man made wonder.
Anonymous
1 year ago
This is one of the best size comparisons at Airliners.net.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Talk about David and Goliath of the world of aviation! Absolutely incredible difference in size. Thanks Sam!
Anonymous
7 months ago
If this photo included only one of these aircraft, it wouldn't be special, but with two aircraft it's a work of art.