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This is a list showing all 777s which have either been scrapped so far, are in the process of dismantling, were lost in accidents, have been permanently withdrawn from use, or retired from its last operator, or are in danger to never fly again. Granted, some ex-DL or ex-NZ 777s might be flying again, but its highly likely at least a number of them will not return to the skies. As 3 out of the 10 ex-Jet Aw-77Ws have gone to the scrappers (the latest built ones!) the future of the other 7 imho does not look bright, too.

I do not list all those Triple Sevens which have been parked temporarily or longterm due to Covid-19, and not been officially retired from their respective operator. I expect that most 77Ws so stored (the largest numbers are from CX) will come back some time. The list also does not include EKs, NZs 77W or other recent lease returns.

My list, containing over 25 aircraft, is not alphabetic, but roughly chronologic as to which airline retired 777s first.

Varig:

772 PP-VRD, ln.19 (wfu 2006, scrapped)

Air India:

772 VT-AIR, ln.8 (wfu 2010, scrapped 2011)

British Aw.:

772 G-ZZZA, ln.6 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

772 G-ZZZB, ln.10 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

772 G-ZZZC, ln.15 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

77E G-YMMM, ln.342 (crashed 2008)

Emirates:

772 A6-EMD, ln.30 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

772 A6-EME, ln.33 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

772 A6-EMF, ln.42 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

77E A6-EMG, ln.63 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

773 A6-EMO, ln.300 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

773 A6-EMP, ln.326 (wfu 2017, N939AR)

773 A6-EMW, ln.434 (crashed 2016)

SQ:

77E 9V-SQE, ln.122 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-SQF, ln.126 (wfu 2014, scrapped)

77E 9V-SQG, ln.226 (wfu 2012, scrapped 2013)

77E 9V-SVB, ln.353 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SVC, ln.355 (stored 2020)

773 9V-SYF, ln.360 (stored 2020)

773 9V-SYG, ln.364 (wfu 2017, N7773A, scrapped)

77E 9V-SVE, ln.374 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SQJ, ln.406 (stored 2018)

77E 9V-SVI, ln.412 (stored 2018, N868BC)

77E 9V-SVJ, ln.415 (stored 2019, N940BC)

773 9V-SYH. ln.420 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SQK, ln.428 (2017 w/o by fire, scrapped 2018)

77E 9V-SVM, ln.430 (stored 2020, N784BC)

77E 9V-SVN, ln.431 (stored 2019, N508BC)

77E 9V-SRM, ln.438 (stored 2020, N772BC)

77E 9V-SRO, ln.447 (stored 2019, N519BC)

77E 9V-SQL, ln.451 (stored 2019, N509BC)

77E 9V-SQM, ln.485 (stored 2020, N749BC)

77E 9V-SQN, ln.487 (stored 2020, N785BC)

773 9V-SYI, ln.484 (stored 2020, N792BC)

Scoot:

77E 9V-OTA, ln.67 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-OTB, ln.83 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-OTC, ln.86 (wfu & scrapped 2016)

77E 9V-OTD, ln.90 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

Malaysia:

77E 9M-MRA, ln.64 (wfu 2016, scrapped?)

77E 9M-MRB, ln.74 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E 9M-MRD, ln.84 (crashed 2014)

77E 9M-MRE, ln.115 (wfu 2016, scrapped?)

77E 9M-MRG, ln.140 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

77E 9M-MRH, ln.151 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

77E 9M-MRI, ln.155 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2014)

77E 9M-MRK, ln.231 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2015)

77E 9M-MRL, ln.329 (wfu 2016, N651WT)

77E 9M-MRM, ln.336 (wfu 2016, N661WT)

77E 9M-MRN, ln.394 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2018?)

77E 9M-MRO, ln.404 (crashed 2014)

JAL:

772 JA8981, ln.23 (wfu & scrapped 2014)

772 JA8982, ln.26 (wfu & scrapped 2014)

772 JA8983, ln.39 (wfu 2015, scrapped)

772 JA8984, ln.68 (wfu 2019, N101AR, for scrap)

772 JA8977, ln.45 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

772 JA8985, ln.72 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

773 JA8941, ln.152 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

773 JA8942, ln.158 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

773 JA8943, ln.196 (wfu & scrapped 2016)

773 JA8945, ln.239 (wfu 2020)

77E JA704J, ln.435 (wfu 2020)

77E JA705J, ln.446 (wfu 2020)

ANA:

772 JA8197, ln.16 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 JA8198, ln.21 (wfu 2017, scrapped)

772 JA8199, ln.29 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 JA8967, ln.37 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 JA8968, ln.38 (wfu 2017, parted-out)

772 JA8969, ln.50 (wfu 2018, parted-out)

772 JA701A, ln.77 (wfu & scrapped 2018)

772 JA703A, ln.81 (wfu 2019 for scrap)

772 JA704A, ln.81 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

773 JA753A, ln.132 (wfu 2020)

772 JA706A, ln.141 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77E JA712A, ln.495 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77W JA733A, ln.529 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

Air China:

772 B-2059, ln.168 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

772 B-2060, ln.173 (wfu 2017, scrapped)

772 B-2061, ln.179 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 B-2063, ln.214 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 B-2064, ln.240 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

772 B-2065, ln.280 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 B-2066, ln.290 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 B-2067, kn.338 (wfu 2018, scrapped)

772 B-2069, ln.349 (permanently wfu 2018)

China Southern:

772 B-2051, ln.20 (permanently wfu 2018, parted-out)

772 B-2052, ln.24 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

772 B-2053, ln.46 (wfu 2018, scrapped 2019)

772 B-2054, ln.48 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

77E B-2055, ln.55 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2016)

77E B-2056, ln.66 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2016)

77E B-2057, ln.106 (wfu 2014, scrapped)

77E B-2058, ln.110 (wfu 2014, scrapped?)

Transaero:

772 EI-UNY, ln.9 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

772 EI-UNZ, ln.13 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E EI-UNU, ln.149 (wfu 2015)

77E EI-UNT, ln.150 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2018)

77E EI-UNV, ln.205 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017?)

77E EI-UNX, ln.232 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E EI-UNR, ln.239 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2018)

77E EI-UNW, ln.254 (permanently wfu 2015)

Orenair:

77E VQ-BNU, ln.229 (stored 2016, parted-out)

77E VP-BLA, ln.246 (stored 2017, parted-out)

Nordwind:

77E VP-BJB, ln.121 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

Vim Airlines:

77E VP-BDX, ln.78 (wfu 2017, N821JT, 2018 for scrap)

77E VP-BIC, ln.91 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2020)

77E VP-BVA, ln.128 (stored 2017, parted-out)

77E VP-BVX, ln.153 (stored 2017)

77E VP-BDW, ln.222 (stored 2017, parted-out)

77E VP-BVY, ln.237 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2020)

77E VP-BDR, ln.407 (stored 2017)

Omni Air:

77E N918AX, ln.88 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

77E N927AX, ln.92 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

Zimbabwe Airways:

77E Z-RGM, ln.496 (wfu 2015/2018/2020, not operated)

77E Z-NBE, ln.498 (not operated, stored)

Thai:

772 HS-TJA, ln.25 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJB, ln.32 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJC, ln.44 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJD, ln.51 (permanently wfu 2019)

772 HS-TJE, ln.89 (wfu and scrapped 2017)

772 HS-TJF, ln.95 (wfu and scrapped 2017)

772 HS-TJG, ln.100 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJH, ln.113 (permanently wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKA, ln.156 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKB, ln.170 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKC, ln.250 (wfu 2019)

773 HS-TKD, ln.260 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKE, ln.304 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKF, ln.3010 (wfu 2020)

Egyptair:

77E SU-GBP, ln.71 (w/o 2012)

77E SU-GBR, ln.80 (permanently wfu 2018)

77E SU-GBS, ln.85 (permanently wfu 2018)

Biman Bangladesh:

77E S2-AHK, ln.362 (wfu 2018)

77E S2-AHL, ln.368 (wfu 2018)

Kuwait:

77E 9K-AOA, ln.125 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E 9K-AOB, ln.145 (permanently wfu 2017)

Saudia:

77E HZ-AKA, ln.98 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E HZ-AKB, ln.99 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKC, ln.101 (permanently wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKD, ln.103 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKE, ln.109 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKF, ln.114 (permanently wfu 2017, to be blown up by US Army)

77E HZ-AKG, ln.119 (wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKH, ln.124 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKI, ln.143 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKJ, ln.147 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKK, ln.154 (wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKL, ln.166 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKM, ln.175 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKN, ln.181 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKO, ln.186 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKP, ln.194 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKQ, ln.219 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKR, ln.230 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKS, ln.255 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKT, ln.298 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKU, ln.306 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKV, ln.323 (wfu 2019)

77E HZ-AKW, ln.351 (wfu 2019)

Cathay Pacific:

772 B-HNL, ln.1 (permanently wfu 2018, for museum)

772 B-HNA, ln.14 (permanently wfu 2019, scrapped 2019)

772 B-HNB, ln.18 (permanently wfu 2018, 2019 for destruction tests)

772 B-HNC, ln.28 (permanently wfu 2019)

772 B-HND, ln.31 (permanently wfu 2019)

773 B-HNI, ln.204 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNJ, ln.224 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNK, ln.248 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNW, ln.396 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNS, ln.402 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNU, ln.414 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNV, ln.432 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNX, ln.444 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNX, ln.444 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNM, ln.456 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNN, ln.462 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNO, ln.470 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNP, ln.513 (wfu 2020)

Mid East Jet:

772 N777AS, ln.174 (stored 2017)

Vietnam:

77E VN-A142, ln.443 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A143, ln.450 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A144, ln.453 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A145, ln.486 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A146, ln.491 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

Aeromexico

77E N774AM, ln.365 (permanently wfu 2018, scrapped 2019)

Etihad:

77L A6-LRA, ln.610 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2018)

77L A6-LRB, ln.621 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRC, ln.629 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRD, ln.663 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRE, ln.698 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

Asiana:

77E HL7742, ln.553 (crashed 2013)

Ukraine International:

77E UR-GOB, ln.322 (wfu 2020, 9H-AHU)

77E UR-GOC, ln.359 (wfu 2020, 9H-AHV)

77E 2-AERC, ln.400 (ntu, wfu 2018, 2019 for scrap)

Afrijet/Gabon:

772 TR-KPR, ln.17 (stored 2016)

Med-View Airlines:

77E 5N-BVY, ln.389 (stored 2018)

FlyGlobal:

773 9M-FSL, ln.256 (wfu 2019, N962CL)

773 9M-FSM, ln.262 (wfu 2019, N906CL)

77E 9M-FGB, ln.441 (wfu 2018, VP-BYW)

IrAero:

77E VP-BLI, ln.47 (wfu 2019, for Red Wings?)

77E VP-BSJ, ln.54 (wfu 2019, for Azur Air?)

77E VP-BMR, ln.176 (wfu 2019, for Red Wings?)

LATAM:

77E CC-BKA, ln.366 (wfu 2019, N945BC)

77E CC-BKB, ln.378 (wfu 2019, N528BC)

Korean Air:

77E HL7530, ln.59 (permanently wfu 2019, for scrap)

77E HL7531, ln.62 (permanently wfu 2020, for scrap)

77E HL7526, ln.148 (wfu 2020)

Air Peace:

773 5N-BUU, ln.418 (stored 2019)

NokScoot:

77E HS-XBA, ln.330 (wfu 2019)

77E HS-XBB, ln.337 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBC, ln.343 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBD, ln.372 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBE, ln.409 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBF, ln.448 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBG, ln.449 (wfu 2020)

Delta Air Lines:

77E N860DA, ln.202 (wfu 2020)

77E N861DA, ln.207 (wfu 2020)

77E N862DA, ln.235 (wfu 2020)

77E N863DA, ln.245 (wfu 2020)

77E N864DA, ln.249 (wfu 2020)

77E N865DA, ln.257 (wfu 2020)

77E N866DA, ln.261 (wfu 2020)

77E N867DA, ln.387 (wfu 2020)

77L N701DN, ln.687 (wfu 2020)

77L N702DN, ln.704 (wfu 2020)

77L N703DN, ln.767 (wfu 2020)

77L N704DK, ln.772 (wfu 2020)

77L N705DN, ln.773 (wfu 2020)

77L N706DN, ln.776 (wfu 2020)

77L N707DN, ln.781 (wfu 2020)

77L N708DN, ln.789 (wfu 2020)

77L N709DN, ln.854 (wfu 2020)

77L N710DN, ln.857 (wfu 2020)

Jet Airways:

77W VT-JET, ln.627 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEV, ln.637 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JES, ln.650 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEU, ln.653 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEW, ln.660 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEM, ln.666 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEX, ln.675 (wfu 2019, 2-TJEX)

77W VT-JEH, ln.678 (wfu 2019, 2-TJEH, for scrap 2020)

77W VT-JEQ, ln.693 (wfu 2019, OE-IIJ, for scrap)

77W VT-JEK, ln.696 (wfu 2019, N351BU, for scrap)

Air New Zealand:

77E ZK-OKJ, ln.398 (wfu 2019, N506BC)

77E ZK-OKA, ln.534 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKB, ln.537 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKC, ln.546 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKD, ln.550 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKE, ln.564 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKF, ln.575 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKG, ln.591 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKH, ln.605 (wfu 2020)

Ethiopian Airlines:

77F ET-ARH, ln.1242 (destroyed by fire 2020)

I do not list all those Triple Sevens which have been parked temporarily or longterm due to Covid-19, and not been officially retired from their respective operator. I expect that most 77Ws so stored (the largest numbers are from CX) will come back some time. The list also does not include EKs, NZs 77W or other recent lease returns.

My list, containing over 25 aircraft, is not alphabetic, but roughly chronologic as to which airline retired 777s first.

Varig:

772 PP-VRD, ln.19 (wfu 2006, scrapped)

Air India:

772 VT-AIR, ln.8 (wfu 2010, scrapped 2011)

British Aw.:

772 G-ZZZA, ln.6 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

772 G-ZZZB, ln.10 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

772 G-ZZZC, ln.15 (wfu, for scrap 2020)

77E G-YMMM, ln.342 (crashed 2008)

Emirates:

772 A6-EMD, ln.30 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

772 A6-EME, ln.33 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

772 A6-EMF, ln.42 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2015)

77E A6-EMG, ln.63 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

773 A6-EMO, ln.300 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

773 A6-EMP, ln.326 (wfu 2017, N939AR)

773 A6-EMW, ln.434 (crashed 2016)

SQ:

77E 9V-SQE, ln.122 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-SQF, ln.126 (wfu 2014, scrapped)

77E 9V-SQG, ln.226 (wfu 2012, scrapped 2013)

77E 9V-SVB, ln.353 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SVC, ln.355 (stored 2020)

773 9V-SYF, ln.360 (stored 2020)

773 9V-SYG, ln.364 (wfu 2017, N7773A, scrapped)

77E 9V-SVE, ln.374 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SQJ, ln.406 (stored 2018)

77E 9V-SVI, ln.412 (stored 2018, N868BC)

77E 9V-SVJ, ln.415 (stored 2019, N940BC)

773 9V-SYH. ln.420 (stored 2020)

77E 9V-SQK, ln.428 (2017 w/o by fire, scrapped 2018)

77E 9V-SVM, ln.430 (stored 2020, N784BC)

77E 9V-SVN, ln.431 (stored 2019, N508BC)

77E 9V-SRM, ln.438 (stored 2020, N772BC)

77E 9V-SRO, ln.447 (stored 2019, N519BC)

77E 9V-SQL, ln.451 (stored 2019, N509BC)

77E 9V-SQM, ln.485 (stored 2020, N749BC)

77E 9V-SQN, ln.487 (stored 2020, N785BC)

773 9V-SYI, ln.484 (stored 2020, N792BC)

Scoot:

77E 9V-OTA, ln.67 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-OTB, ln.83 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

77E 9V-OTC, ln.86 (wfu & scrapped 2016)

77E 9V-OTD, ln.90 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

Malaysia:

77E 9M-MRA, ln.64 (wfu 2016, scrapped?)

77E 9M-MRB, ln.74 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E 9M-MRD, ln.84 (crashed 2014)

77E 9M-MRE, ln.115 (wfu 2016, scrapped?)

77E 9M-MRG, ln.140 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

77E 9M-MRH, ln.151 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

77E 9M-MRI, ln.155 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2014)

77E 9M-MRK, ln.231 (wfu 2013, scrapped 2015)

77E 9M-MRL, ln.329 (wfu 2016, N651WT)

77E 9M-MRM, ln.336 (wfu 2016, N661WT)

77E 9M-MRN, ln.394 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2018?)

77E 9M-MRO, ln.404 (crashed 2014)

JAL:

772 JA8981, ln.23 (wfu & scrapped 2014)

772 JA8982, ln.26 (wfu & scrapped 2014)

772 JA8983, ln.39 (wfu 2015, scrapped)

772 JA8984, ln.68 (wfu 2019, N101AR, for scrap)

772 JA8977, ln.45 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

772 JA8985, ln.72 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

773 JA8941, ln.152 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

773 JA8942, ln.158 (wfu & scrapped 2015)

773 JA8943, ln.196 (wfu & scrapped 2016)

773 JA8945, ln.239 (wfu 2020)

77E JA704J, ln.435 (wfu 2020)

77E JA705J, ln.446 (wfu 2020)

ANA:

772 JA8197, ln.16 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 JA8198, ln.21 (wfu 2017, scrapped)

772 JA8199, ln.29 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 JA8967, ln.37 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 JA8968, ln.38 (wfu 2017, parted-out)

772 JA8969, ln.50 (wfu 2018, parted-out)

772 JA701A, ln.77 (wfu & scrapped 2018)

772 JA703A, ln.81 (wfu 2019 for scrap)

772 JA704A, ln.81 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

773 JA753A, ln.132 (wfu 2020)

772 JA706A, ln.141 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77E JA712A, ln.495 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77W JA733A, ln.529 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

Air China:

772 B-2059, ln.168 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

772 B-2060, ln.173 (wfu 2017, scrapped)

772 B-2061, ln.179 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 B-2063, ln.214 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 B-2064, ln.240 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2016)

772 B-2065, ln.280 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

772 B-2066, ln.290 (wfu 2016, scrapped)

772 B-2067, kn.338 (wfu 2018, scrapped)

772 B-2069, ln.349 (permanently wfu 2018)

China Southern:

772 B-2051, ln.20 (permanently wfu 2018, parted-out)

772 B-2052, ln.24 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

772 B-2053, ln.46 (wfu 2018, scrapped 2019)

772 B-2054, ln.48 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

77E B-2055, ln.55 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2016)

77E B-2056, ln.66 (wfu 2014, scrapped 2016)

77E B-2057, ln.106 (wfu 2014, scrapped)

77E B-2058, ln.110 (wfu 2014, scrapped?)

Transaero:

772 EI-UNY, ln.9 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

772 EI-UNZ, ln.13 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E EI-UNU, ln.149 (wfu 2015)

77E EI-UNT, ln.150 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2018)

77E EI-UNV, ln.205 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017?)

77E EI-UNX, ln.232 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2017)

77E EI-UNR, ln.239 (wfu 2015, scrapped 2018)

77E EI-UNW, ln.254 (permanently wfu 2015)

Orenair:

77E VQ-BNU, ln.229 (stored 2016, parted-out)

77E VP-BLA, ln.246 (stored 2017, parted-out)

Nordwind:

77E VP-BJB, ln.121 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2018)

Vim Airlines:

77E VP-BDX, ln.78 (wfu 2017, N821JT, 2018 for scrap)

77E VP-BIC, ln.91 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2020)

77E VP-BVA, ln.128 (stored 2017, parted-out)

77E VP-BVX, ln.153 (stored 2017)

77E VP-BDW, ln.222 (stored 2017, parted-out)

77E VP-BVY, ln.237 (wfu 2017, scrapped 2020)

77E VP-BDR, ln.407 (stored 2017)

Omni Air:

77E N918AX, ln.88 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

77E N927AX, ln.92 (wfu 2016, scrapped 2017)

Zimbabwe Airways:

77E Z-RGM, ln.496 (wfu 2015/2018/2020, not operated)

77E Z-NBE, ln.498 (not operated, stored)

Thai:

772 HS-TJA, ln.25 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJB, ln.32 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJC, ln.44 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJD, ln.51 (permanently wfu 2019)

772 HS-TJE, ln.89 (wfu and scrapped 2017)

772 HS-TJF, ln.95 (wfu and scrapped 2017)

772 HS-TJG, ln.100 (permanently wfu 2020)

772 HS-TJH, ln.113 (permanently wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKA, ln.156 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKB, ln.170 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKC, ln.250 (wfu 2019)

773 HS-TKD, ln.260 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKE, ln.304 (wfu 2020)

773 HS-TKF, ln.3010 (wfu 2020)

Egyptair:

77E SU-GBP, ln.71 (w/o 2012)

77E SU-GBR, ln.80 (permanently wfu 2018)

77E SU-GBS, ln.85 (permanently wfu 2018)

Biman Bangladesh:

77E S2-AHK, ln.362 (wfu 2018)

77E S2-AHL, ln.368 (wfu 2018)

Kuwait:

77E 9K-AOA, ln.125 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E 9K-AOB, ln.145 (permanently wfu 2017)

Saudia:

77E HZ-AKA, ln.98 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E HZ-AKB, ln.99 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKC, ln.101 (permanently wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKD, ln.103 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKE, ln.109 (permanently wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKF, ln.114 (permanently wfu 2017, to be blown up by US Army)

77E HZ-AKG, ln.119 (wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKH, ln.124 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKI, ln.143 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKJ, ln.147 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKK, ln.154 (wfu 2016)

77E HZ-AKL, ln.166 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKM, ln.175 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKN, ln.181 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKO, ln.186 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKP, ln.194 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKQ, ln.219 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKR, ln.230 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKS, ln.255 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKT, ln.298 (wfu 2017)

77E HZ-AKU, ln.306 (wfu 2018)

77E HZ-AKV, ln.323 (wfu 2019)

77E HZ-AKW, ln.351 (wfu 2019)

Cathay Pacific:

772 B-HNL, ln.1 (permanently wfu 2018, for museum)

772 B-HNA, ln.14 (permanently wfu 2019, scrapped 2019)

772 B-HNB, ln.18 (permanently wfu 2018, 2019 for destruction tests)

772 B-HNC, ln.28 (permanently wfu 2019)

772 B-HND, ln.31 (permanently wfu 2019)

773 B-HNI, ln.204 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNJ, ln.224 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNK, ln.248 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNW, ln.396 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNS, ln.402 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNU, ln.414 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNV, ln.432 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNX, ln.444 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNX, ln.444 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNM, ln.456 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNN, ln.462 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNO, ln.470 (wfu 2020)

773 B-HNP, ln.513 (wfu 2020)

Mid East Jet:

772 N777AS, ln.174 (stored 2017)

Vietnam:

77E VN-A142, ln.443 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A143, ln.450 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A144, ln.453 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A145, ln.486 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

77E VN-A146, ln.491 (permanently wfu 2017, parted-out)

Aeromexico

77E N774AM, ln.365 (permanently wfu 2018, scrapped 2019)

Etihad:

77L A6-LRA, ln.610 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2018)

77L A6-LRB, ln.621 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRC, ln.629 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRD, ln.663 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

77L A6-LRE, ln.698 (wfu 2018, for scrap 2019)

Asiana:

77E HL7742, ln.553 (crashed 2013)

Ukraine International:

77E UR-GOB, ln.322 (wfu 2020, 9H-AHU)

77E UR-GOC, ln.359 (wfu 2020, 9H-AHV)

77E 2-AERC, ln.400 (ntu, wfu 2018, 2019 for scrap)

Afrijet/Gabon:

772 TR-KPR, ln.17 (stored 2016)

Med-View Airlines:

77E 5N-BVY, ln.389 (stored 2018)

FlyGlobal:

773 9M-FSL, ln.256 (wfu 2019, N962CL)

773 9M-FSM, ln.262 (wfu 2019, N906CL)

77E 9M-FGB, ln.441 (wfu 2018, VP-BYW)

IrAero:

77E VP-BLI, ln.47 (wfu 2019, for Red Wings?)

77E VP-BSJ, ln.54 (wfu 2019, for Azur Air?)

77E VP-BMR, ln.176 (wfu 2019, for Red Wings?)

LATAM:

77E CC-BKA, ln.366 (wfu 2019, N945BC)

77E CC-BKB, ln.378 (wfu 2019, N528BC)

Korean Air:

77E HL7530, ln.59 (permanently wfu 2019, for scrap)

77E HL7531, ln.62 (permanently wfu 2020, for scrap)

77E HL7526, ln.148 (wfu 2020)

Air Peace:

773 5N-BUU, ln.418 (stored 2019)

NokScoot:

77E HS-XBA, ln.330 (wfu 2019)

77E HS-XBB, ln.337 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBC, ln.343 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBD, ln.372 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBE, ln.409 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBF, ln.448 (wfu 2020)

77E HS-XBG, ln.449 (wfu 2020)

Delta Air Lines:

77E N860DA, ln.202 (wfu 2020)

77E N861DA, ln.207 (wfu 2020)

77E N862DA, ln.235 (wfu 2020)

77E N863DA, ln.245 (wfu 2020)

77E N864DA, ln.249 (wfu 2020)

77E N865DA, ln.257 (wfu 2020)

77E N866DA, ln.261 (wfu 2020)

77E N867DA, ln.387 (wfu 2020)

77L N701DN, ln.687 (wfu 2020)

77L N702DN, ln.704 (wfu 2020)

77L N703DN, ln.767 (wfu 2020)

77L N704DK, ln.772 (wfu 2020)

77L N705DN, ln.773 (wfu 2020)

77L N706DN, ln.776 (wfu 2020)

77L N707DN, ln.781 (wfu 2020)

77L N708DN, ln.789 (wfu 2020)

77L N709DN, ln.854 (wfu 2020)

77L N710DN, ln.857 (wfu 2020)

Jet Airways:

77W VT-JET, ln.627 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEV, ln.637 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JES, ln.650 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEU, ln.653 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEW, ln.660 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEM, ln.666 (wfu 2019)

77W VT-JEX, ln.675 (wfu 2019, 2-TJEX)

77W VT-JEH, ln.678 (wfu 2019, 2-TJEH, for scrap 2020)

77W VT-JEQ, ln.693 (wfu 2019, OE-IIJ, for scrap)

77W VT-JEK, ln.696 (wfu 2019, N351BU, for scrap)

Air New Zealand:

77E ZK-OKJ, ln.398 (wfu 2019, N506BC)

77E ZK-OKA, ln.534 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKB, ln.537 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKC, ln.546 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKD, ln.550 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKE, ln.564 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKF, ln.575 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKG, ln.591 (wfu 2020)

77E ZK-OKH, ln.605 (wfu 2020)

Ethiopian Airlines:

77F ET-ARH, ln.1242 (destroyed by fire 2020)

- bennett123
**Posts:**10815**Joined:**

Another ANA 777 headed to the scrappers at Mojave:

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

772 JA705A, ln.137 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

772 JA705A, ln.137 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

ANA is accelerating its 777 fleet reduction schedule. The next one is:

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

77W JA732A, ln.511 (Wfu 01/2021)

As this is a 777-300ER, even if an early one from 2005, the information that it will be scrapped needs confirmation. Same goes for sistership JA733A retired in December.

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

77W JA732A, ln.511 (Wfu 01/2021)

As this is a 777-300ER, even if an early one from 2005, the information that it will be scrapped needs confirmation. Same goes for sistership JA733A retired in December.

I’m struggling to grasp with the concept that 77W’s are being scrapped whilst Boeing is still delivering factory fresh ones!

It’s a real shame Boeing themselves can’t develop a BCF conversion program for these B777-300ER’s as this will surely be driving down residual values for the worldwide fleet.

It’s a real shame Boeing themselves can’t develop a BCF conversion program for these B777-300ER’s as this will surely be driving down residual values for the worldwide fleet.

- Phosphorus
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QF744ER wrote:...

It’s a real shame Boeing themselves can’t develop a BCF conversion program for these B777-300ER’s as this will surely be driving down residual values for the worldwide fleet.

A bit of "chiken-and-egg" going on here. Boeing cannot be seen as the first one to develop a conversion program for B777-300ER -- it's an in-house competitor to B77F, and sends wrong message to the market. And once someone else (IAI) already has a program for B777-300ER, the second one (Boeing) would have to enter competition with original B777-300ER conversion program. Competition means trying harder to sell. So even more pressure on B77F sales. correct?

AN4 A40 L4T TU3 TU5 IL6 ILW I93 F50 F70 100 146 ARJ AT7 DH4 L10 CRJ ERJ E90 E95 DC-9 MD-8X YK4 YK2 SF3 S20 319 320 321 332 333 343 346 722 732 733 734 735 73G 738 739 744 74M 757 767 777

Ceterum autem censeo, Moscovia esse delendam

Ceterum autem censeo, Moscovia esse delendam

Phosphorus wrote:QF744ER wrote:...

It’s a real shame Boeing themselves can’t develop a BCF conversion program for these B777-300ER’s as this will surely be driving down residual values for the worldwide fleet.

A bit of "chiken-and-egg" going on here. Boeing cannot be seen as the first one to develop a conversion program for B777-300ER -- it's an in-house competitor to B77F, and sends wrong message to the market. And once someone else (IAI) already has a program for B777-300ER, the second one (Boeing) would have to enter competition with original B777-300ER conversion program. Competition means trying harder to sell. So even more pressure on B77F sales. correct?

Exactly. Plus the number of 77Ws being retired now and in future will by far exceed the conversion capacities and market demands. The 77W has been a great success and was delivered in high numbers as we all know, so if 1 in 5 will get converted it will be much! With the oldest being 16 or even 17 years old these planes are in an age where scrapping a widebody these days is not so rare anymore as it was 10 years ago when the first 744s were retired, 5 years older at average.

QF744ER wrote:I’m struggling to grasp with the concept that 77W’s are being scrapped whilst Boeing is still delivering factory fresh ones!

It's still a solid plane, even with the 787-10 and A350-1000 available now and the 777-9 on the near horizon so while the production run is finishing up, there is still a bit of demand left.

QF744ER wrote:It’s a real shame Boeing themselves can’t develop a BCF conversion program for these B777-300ER’s as this will surely be driving down residual values for the worldwide fleet.

Boeing has been looking at it for at least a decade so I expect they could offer it if they wanted, but as

I think GECAS' exposure (~50 frames with less-then-strong re-lease possibility) pushed them into IAI's arms when Boeing didn't want to move forward and jeopardize the 777 Freighter.

ANA has ferried two more 777s to the US desert for scrapping, making it 4 in 2 weeks:

773 JA756A, ln.440 (2003, wfu 01/2021 for scrap)

772 JA711A, ln.482 (2004, wfu 2020, 01/2021 for scrap)

sources: skyline-aviation and flightaware.

773 JA756A, ln.440 (2003, wfu 01/2021 for scrap)

772 JA711A, ln.482 (2004, wfu 2020, 01/2021 for scrap)

sources: skyline-aviation and flightaware.

In the Jet Aw. thread there is picture showing another 77W in advanced stages of scrapping.

77W VT-JEX, ln.675 (2007, wfu 2019, scrapped 2020/2021)

What a waste. This one has only seen 11 1/2 years of service with three Airlines, Jet Airways, Gulf Air and Etihad.

77W VT-JEX, ln.675 (2007, wfu 2019, scrapped 2020/2021)

What a waste. This one has only seen 11 1/2 years of service with three Airlines, Jet Airways, Gulf Air and Etihad.

Today also a JAL 777 performed its last flight:

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

77E JA706J, ln.464 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

77E JA706J, ln.464 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

Emirates Boeing 777-36NER (A6-EBI, MSN 32785, Ln 540) was ferried DXB - BGR - VCV on 1st Feb 2021 with registration VQ-BZI for GECAS.

ANA really means it.

Another 777-381 ferried to Mojave to be turned into coke cans. Or Corona beer cans, who knows?

773 JA757A, ln. 442 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

Another 777-381 ferried to Mojave to be turned into coke cans. Or Corona beer cans, who knows?

773 JA757A, ln. 442 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

- VCVSpotter
**Posts:**1812**Joined:**

na wrote:ANA really means it.

Another 777-381 ferried to Mojave to be turned into coke cans. Or Corona beer cans, who knows?

773 JA757A, ln. 442 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

I can’t elaborate, but they are far from done.

ANA is really slashing their 777 fleet.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... edit#gid=0

Just a normal teenager juggling AP classes and airplanes. No biggie • Love the 747 & 777-9

Just a normal teenager juggling AP classes and airplanes. No biggie • Love the 747 & 777-9

VCVSpotter wrote:na wrote:ANA really means it.

Another 777-381 ferried to Mojave to be turned into coke cans. Or Corona beer cans, who knows?

773 JA757A, ln. 442 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

I can’t elaborate, but they are far from done.

ANA is really slashing their 777 fleet.

They’ve publicly announced retiring half their fleet...are you suggesting more?

- VCVSpotter
**Posts:**1812**Joined:**

jbs2886 wrote:VCVSpotter wrote:na wrote:

Another 777-381 ferried to Mojave to be turned into coke cans. Or Corona beer cans, who knows?

773 JA757A, ln. 442 (2003, wfu 2021 for scrap)

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

I can’t elaborate, but they are far from done.

ANA is really slashing their 777 fleet.

They’ve publicly announced retiring half their fleet...are you suggesting more?

Oh I was just talking about how many are coming to Mojave. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... edit#gid=0

Just a normal teenager juggling AP classes and airplanes. No biggie • Love the 747 & 777-9

Just a normal teenager juggling AP classes and airplanes. No biggie • Love the 747 & 777-9

Today Air France 777-228ER F-GSPV (LN 385) was ferried to LDE from CDG for retirement. This is the first 777 they retire, 3 others AF's 200ER are due to be retired by May 2021. This is really sad, I doubt these 200ERs will fly again

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/f-gspv

https://twitter.com/FlyinQuentin/status ... 99811?s=20

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/f-gspv

https://twitter.com/FlyinQuentin/status ... 99811?s=20

Last edited by B777lover on Thu Feb 11, 2021 11:30 am, edited 1 time in total.

- eamondzhang
**Posts:**1926**Joined:**

B777lover wrote:Today Air France 777-228ER F-GSPV (LN 385) was ferried to LDE from CDG for retirement. This is the first 777 they retire, 3 others AF's 200ER are due to be retired by April 2020. This is really sad, I doubt these 200ERs will fly again

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/f-gspv

Guess you mean Apr 2021?

Michael

eamondzhang wrote:

Guess you mean Apr 2021?

Michael

Yeah of course sorry

And actually I also meant May 2021 so I corrected my previous post and added a tweet in link for source

B777lover wrote:Today Air France 777-228ER F-GSPV (LN 385) was ferried to LDE from CDG for retirement. This is the first 777 they retire, 3 others AF's 200ER are due to be retired by May 2021. This is really sad, I doubt these 200ERs will fly again

How peculiar; that particular aircraft is one of AF's newer 77Es. There's other planes in the fleet that are four or five years older than it which you'd think would be withdrawn first. I guess it must be coming due for a heavy maintenance check.

First to fly the 787-9

zkojq wrote:B777lover wrote:Today Air France 777-228ER F-GSPV (LN 385) was ferried to LDE from CDG for retirement. This is the first 777 they retire, 3 others AF's 200ER are due to be retired by May 2021. This is really sad, I doubt these 200ERs will fly again

How peculiar; that particular aircraft is one of AF's newer 77Es. There's other planes in the fleet that are four or five years older than it which you'd think would be withdrawn first. I guess it must be coming due for a heavy maintenance check.

I read somewhere that GSPV and a few other are in leasing so this is a return to lessor.

The olders 200ERs like GSPA for exemple are own by AF.

That AF is retiring some 77Es is not a surprise. That the first one is one of the younger frames must surely be because of an upcoming major maintenance. And I wouldn't wonder if more than just 3 others will follow later this year.

I am surprised that BA hasn´t announced yet to retire some of their 77E Oldies.

I am surprised that BA hasn´t announced yet to retire some of their 77E Oldies.

Next ANA 77W - JA734A - heading to MHV for the scrappers. Would have thought the ANA frames would be good candidates for the 77WP2F conversion programme.

Ex-Emirates Boeing 777-36NER (A6-ECN, MSN 37705, Ln 761) was ferried DXB - MZJ with new registration VP-CVB on 22 February 2021

TC957 wrote:Next ANA 77W - JA734A - heading to MHV for the scrappers. Would have thought the ANA frames would be good candidates for the 77WP2F conversion programme.

Every retired 77W except the Jet Aw frames could be a candidate for conversion, but the number of retired planes by far exceeds the scale of the conversion program. There'll likely be much more than a hundred 77Ws which will be retired by current operators until 2025, dozens by EK alone. Optimistically, maybe one in four will get converted over the next few years. A few dozen will be snapped up by secondhand buyers/operators, but I expect half of those retirements to be dismantled as the 77W is simply too big for the typical secondhand operator in the coming years, and there are simply too many under any circumstance. Some of the parked CX 77Ws won't go back into service.

CXs B-KPH did a lease return test flight yesterday.

Hong Kong to Hong Kong on Flightradar24.

https://fr24.com/data/flights/cx6661#26e98d46

Hong Kong to Hong Kong on Flightradar24.

https://fr24.com/data/flights/cx6661#26e98d46

Enthusiast

AerFin, announced the delivery of a Boeing 777-300ER to Tarmac Aerospace in Tarbes, France for dismantling.

https://www.aerfin.com/latest/news/aerf ... portfolio/

https://www.aerfin.com/latest/news/aerf ... portfolio/

From the desert to the sea, to all of Southern California

LAXintl wrote:AerFin, announced the delivery of a Boeing 777-300ER to Tarmac Aerospace in Tarbes, France for dismantling.

https://www.aerfin.com/latest/news/aerf ... portfolio/

No info about where its coming from. To hide that information does not make sense very much as it will be known very soon.

- skipness1E
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Air Canada old colours? One is to leave the fleet. Might just be white in odd light.

Last edited by skipness1E on Thu Mar 18, 2021 8:28 pm, edited 1 time in total.

https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

F-GSPS seems to be the second AF 77E retirement.

Ex Virgin Australia 77W, VH-VOZ, has been sold (or returned to lessor).

And another EK 77W, ex A6-ECP, left Dubai for the US desert.

F-GSPS seems to be the second AF 77E retirement.

Ex Virgin Australia 77W, VH-VOZ, has been sold (or returned to lessor).

And another EK 77W, ex A6-ECP, left Dubai for the US desert.

skipness1E wrote:Air Canada old colours? One is to leave the fleet. Might just be white in odd light.

Yes, the light is bad for judging colors. But somehow it appears to be slightly metallic paint. Could it be Virgin Australia? Etihad?

It might be ex-Jet Airways 2-TJEH which has been stored at Tarbes-Lourdes since Dec. 2020?

airsmiles wrote:It might be ex-Jet Airways 2-TJEH which has been stored at Tarbes-Lourdes since Dec. 2020?

As the article on the AerFin homepage says that it is already being dismantled, it should be either this one, or A6-ECL, which also arrived in December.

The photo is a stock image and not the actual aircraft being dismantled. The stock photo is of a JAL B777 in a Tokyo hanger - hence the lack of detail in the photo!

https://image.shutterstock.com/shutters ... 707560.jpg

Pilot21

https://image.shutterstock.com/shutters ... 707560.jpg

Pilot21

Aircraft I've flown: A300/A310/A320/A321/A330/A340/B727/B732/B733/B734/B735/B738/B741/B742/B744/DC10/MD80/IL62/Bae146/AR

ANA is continuously ferrying 777s to Mojave for part-out and scrap. Now a 6th 77W has been sent over the Pacific.

These are the 77Ws retired until now:

77W JA731A, ln.488 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA732A, ln.511 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA733A, ln.529 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77W JA734A, ln.557 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA777A, ln.593 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA781A, ln.667 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

There is photo around showing that dismantling has started on JA733A.

These are the 77Ws retired until now:

77W JA731A, ln.488 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA732A, ln.511 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA733A, ln.529 (wfu 2020 for scrap)

77W JA734A, ln.557 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA777A, ln.593 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

77W JA781A, ln.667 (wfu 2021 for scrap)

There is photo around showing that dismantling has started on JA733A.

- JerseyFlyer
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FAA is mandating cowling strengthening for PW 777s following the UA incident - likely IMO to lead to more retirements / scrapping if the cost of these improvements is difficult to justify.

"According to Reuters, Administrator Steve Dickson has told a US House panel that the FAA will require manufacturers to strengthen the cowling (engine covers) on the PW4000 engine. This will mean that Boeing and Pratt & Whitney will have to work on redesigning parts of the engine and structure to prevent incidents similar to the one in February.

Going into the specifics of the changes, Administrator Dickson told the committee said that he wants to ensure that “the structure around the engine, the cowling and the inlet area, does not damage the aircraft structure."

https://simpleflying.com/faa-pw4000-eng ... engthened/

"According to Reuters, Administrator Steve Dickson has told a US House panel that the FAA will require manufacturers to strengthen the cowling (engine covers) on the PW4000 engine. This will mean that Boeing and Pratt & Whitney will have to work on redesigning parts of the engine and structure to prevent incidents similar to the one in February.

Going into the specifics of the changes, Administrator Dickson told the committee said that he wants to ensure that “the structure around the engine, the cowling and the inlet area, does not damage the aircraft structure."

https://simpleflying.com/faa-pw4000-eng ... engthened/

Latest movements (courtesy of skyliner-aviation.de):

Boeing 777-367 34432 674 VQ-BXK GECAS? seen regd 22 May 2021 at HKG, all white, ex B-KPC

Boeing 777-367 35301 720 VQ-BXJ GECAS? seen regd 29 May 2021 at HKG, all white, ex-B-KPH

Boeing 777-36N 37704 748 9H-AIL Amedeo seen regd at LDE 23 May 2021, all white, ex A6-ECL

Boeing 777-367 34432 674 VQ-BXK GECAS? seen regd 22 May 2021 at HKG, all white, ex B-KPC

Boeing 777-367 35301 720 VQ-BXJ GECAS? seen regd 29 May 2021 at HKG, all white, ex-B-KPH

Boeing 777-36N 37704 748 9H-AIL Amedeo seen regd at LDE 23 May 2021, all white, ex A6-ECL

- RoyalBrunei757
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Latest movements (courtesy of skyliner-aviation.de):

Boeing 777-246 32894 475 JA707J Japan Airlines ferried 01jun21 NRT-VCV on return to lessor

Boeing 777-381 34892 571 JA735A ANA - All Nippon Airways ferried 01jun21 HND-HNL-MHV, for part-out & scrap

Boeing 777-31H 41071 981 A6-EGK Emirates ferried 02jun21 ORD-VCV

Boeing 777-31H 29395 326 N805KW Alta Airlines Holdings ferried 03jun 21 GYR-MCI ex N939AR

The last movement was a bit of surprised as N805KW was one of first few EK B773 to hit the used market four years ago.

We shall see more EK 77W A6-EB*and A6-EC* series hitting the market soon.

Boeing 777-246 32894 475 JA707J Japan Airlines ferried 01jun21 NRT-VCV on return to lessor

Boeing 777-381 34892 571 JA735A ANA - All Nippon Airways ferried 01jun21 HND-HNL-MHV, for part-out & scrap

Boeing 777-31H 41071 981 A6-EGK Emirates ferried 02jun21 ORD-VCV

Boeing 777-31H 29395 326 N805KW Alta Airlines Holdings ferried 03jun 21 GYR-MCI ex N939AR

The last movement was a bit of surprised as N805KW was one of first few EK B773 to hit the used market four years ago.

We shall see more EK 77W A6-EB*and A6-EC* series hitting the market soon.

RoyalBrunei757 wrote:Boeing 777-31H 41071 981 A6-EGK Emirates ferried 02jun21 ORD-VCV

We shall see more EK 77W A6-EB*and A6-EC* series hitting the market soon.

I am a bit surprised about A6-EGK. Is this a lease termination? The frame is still under 10 years old. As for the A6-EB* series, most of them have left already. Only 8 of 26 are remaining.

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HB-IWC wrote:RoyalBrunei757 wrote:Boeing 777-31H 41071 981 A6-EGK Emirates ferried 02jun21 ORD-VCV

We shall see more EK 77W A6-EB*and A6-EC* series hitting the market soon.

I am a bit surprised about A6-EGK. Is this a lease termination? The frame is still under 10 years old. As for the A6-EB* series, most of them have left already. Only 8 of 26 are remaining.

Without privy to the lease agremeent, I am afraid I am unable to comment whether it was lease termination. However, 9 years with EK are long enough for them to turnover. This particular frame was sold to Novus earlier in 2015, could be one of the many earlier frames that EK sold and leased back. Hopefully Rossiya or some charter airlines may pick them up. Yes, A6-EB*series retirement is almost done.

JerseyFlyer wrote:FAA is mandating cowling strengthening for PW 777s following the UA incident - likely IMO to lead to more retirements / scrapping if the cost of these improvements is difficult to justify.

Hmm. With the value plummeting, makes for a lot of spares should say, one operator continue to operate them.

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Found this video of ANA B777-381ER (JA778A) at Mojave Air & Space Port, CA. on 8th June 2021, being pushed to its parking lots, perhaps for one last time. 14 years old bird. https://www.facebook.com/1265547350/vid ... 357730445/

ANA in Jan 2021 press release stated that they will accelerate retirement of older widebody. Out of 50 B777 in fleet in Jan 2021, 22 would be removed in current fiscal year. Current B777 fleet stands at 38, excluding those at desert storage.

To date since May 2020, they have retired:

5 B777-281

2 B777-281ER

2 B777-381

10 B777-381ER

Remaining are:

3 B777-281

12 B777-281ER

5 B777-381

18 B777-381ER

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... tire-b777s

https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/01/27/all ... -schedule/

ANA in Jan 2021 press release stated that they will accelerate retirement of older widebody. Out of 50 B777 in fleet in Jan 2021, 22 would be removed in current fiscal year. Current B777 fleet stands at 38, excluding those at desert storage.

To date since May 2020, they have retired:

5 B777-281

2 B777-281ER

2 B777-381

10 B777-381ER

Remaining are:

3 B777-281

12 B777-281ER

5 B777-381

18 B777-381ER

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news ... tire-b777s

https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/01/27/all ... -schedule/

Several of their 777-281ERs are 2010-2013 builds and still less than a decade old.

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UA444 wrote:Several of their 777-281ERs are 2010-2013 builds and still less than a decade old.

Unfortunately Only 5 out of 10 B772ER are below 10 years old, the other five are above 15 years in age, so are the remaining B772A.

An update, another B77W bites the dust.

Boeing 777-381 33416/691 JA782A ANA - All Nippon Airways ferried 08jun21 HND-HNL-MHV, for part-out & scrap

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

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Update:

B777-212 MSN 30871/LN 378 EI-GWA AlisCargo Airlines delivery 12jun21 GYR-SNN, N-reg ex N528BC

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

Ex-Singapore Airlines 9V-SVF, Royal Brunei V8-BLA. Boeing leased out this aircraft to LATAM Airlines Chile as CC-BKB between 6 Jul 2018 and 13 Nov 2019 to cover for B787 RR grounding. Glad to see this 20 years old finding a new home, hopefully permanent one.

B777-212 MSN 30871/LN 378 EI-GWA AlisCargo Airlines delivery 12jun21 GYR-SNN, N-reg ex N528BC

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb. ... av4&page=4

Ex-Singapore Airlines 9V-SVF, Royal Brunei V8-BLA. Boeing leased out this aircraft to LATAM Airlines Chile as CC-BKB between 6 Jul 2018 and 13 Nov 2019 to cover for B787 RR grounding. Glad to see this 20 years old finding a new home, hopefully permanent one.

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Does anyone know the status of the 3 Jet Airways 77Ws (OE-IIJ at GWO, N351BU at TUP and 2-TJEH at LDE) that were scheduled to be scrapped? Have they been completely disassembled and scrapped? They still seem to be "stored" as per planespotters.net

IIRC VT-JEX at MAA (2-TJEX) was the first 77W to be scrapped.

Can anyone provide pictures if possible?

Many thanks!

IIRC VT-JEX at MAA (2-TJEX) was the first 77W to be scrapped.

Can anyone provide pictures if possible?

Many thanks!

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All these 777s getting scrapped is very sad. I can't believe that this is necessary.

It seems like just yesterday Boeing reacted negatively when Richard Anderson said there was a widebody glut. Of course, I'm sure Boeing and Airbus love seeing these frames get chopped up, more new planes will eventually need to be built.

It seems like just yesterday Boeing reacted negatively when Richard Anderson said there was a widebody glut. Of course, I'm sure Boeing and Airbus love seeing these frames get chopped up, more new planes will eventually need to be built.

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Delta won’t be able to capitalize on all those cheap wide bodies available now. They retired the 777. 10 year old 777’s would have been had at scrap prices.

SteelChair wrote:All these 777s getting scrapped is very sad. I can't believe that this is necessary.

It seems like just yesterday Boeing reacted negatively when Richard Anderson said there was a widebody glut. Of course, I'm sure Boeing and Airbus love seeing these frames get chopped up, more new planes will eventually need to be built.

Delta won’t be able to capitalize on all those cheap wide bodies available now. They retired the 777. 10 year old 777’s would have been had at scrap prices.

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