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More: Singapore Airlines
More: Boeing 777-312/ER
More: Zurich (- Kloten) (ZRH / LSZH)
More: Switzerland, August 18, 2007
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9V-SWG (cn 34572/604) The little man on the ladder gives you an idea of just how big the Boeing 777 engines really are.
More: Jean-Charles Sautaux
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 4, 2011:
Perfect !

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun November 21, 2010:
Same size as fuselage cross section of a 737... that means the turbofan is approximately 3.6 meters in diameter then. Well, let's say: twice the length of this bloke. Yep.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri May 14, 2010:
"Right... 12 AA Batteries... One there, one there, take that one ou- DAMNIT! I broke the red ribbon!"

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 6, 2010:
I think the very fact that you can actually troubleshoot or inspect this huge engine through such small spacse, is more amazing than just the massiveness of it alone. Great capture.

A visitor from - posted Mon October 19, 2009:
Wow the scale of a person to the aircraft is amazing!

A visitor from United States posted Sun August 23, 2009:
How awesome and brillance of the human race to build something this huge and power full!truly incredible!

A visitor from United States posted Sun July 12, 2009:
What if the engine started up when he was there.

A visitor from - posted Fri February 6, 2009:
It's amazing that someone as big as that person actually flys this beast!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 29, 2008:
This picture really shows just how BIG the 777's are. Brilliant, crisp quality. 5 stars, Bravo Jean-Charles!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri January 18, 2008:
Truly a breathtaking pic,those engines are really huge.

A visitor from United States posted Sat December 29, 2007:
I just realized that the day this picture was taken, I was staring at it from inside the terminal ready to head home. Very nostalgic for me, as it was my first trip outside of the US, and I also took a few pictures of this very aircraft myself. Thanks for bringing back the memories for me!

A visitor from Poland posted Sun November 11, 2007:
Nonck, nock... Is there anybody here? ...and seriously this photo show how big is 777 engine. For me awesome!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 15, 2007:
Is he checking the dipstick?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 15, 2007:
That is one truly amazing shot and does capture the true size of the 777 in general, not just the engines.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2007:
A fine GE90-115B. 115,000 pounds of thrust and the same diameter as the 737NG fuselage!!! What a monster, and a great shot, too!

A visitor from Colombia posted Fri September 14, 2007:
This photo confirm Me one thing that I've listened some time ago, the diameter of the 777's turbine is the same diameter of the 737's fuselage, and this photo shows perfectly it. Congratulations!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Great photo... I once heard that the diameter of a 777 engine is the same size as a 737 fuselage... may not be true but from the looks of this photo is certainly
plausible.

A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 14, 2007:
I am lost of words. What an enormous engine and by the way, it is very clean!
A very great picture. Really!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Awesome shot becauuse it puts into persepctive the size of the engine. I love the splash of colour from the red tool box and the yellow tabard.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Great picture showing the shear size of the BOEING 777 series aircraft.

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