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wilky
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B777-200ER Information

Sun Nov 05, 2000 2:42 pm

Hi there, I was wondering if anyone out there would be able to help me with the following information for the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. What I would like to know is the following:-
max altitude
max speed (knots/mach)
Basic operating weight
max ZFW
max landing weight
approx. fuselage stations of the cargo holds

And for those cargo handlers out there, what size are LD3 containers, and their average weight when loaded.

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RE: B777-200ER Information

Sun Nov 05, 2000 3:06 pm

www.boeing.com
 
wilky
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RE: B777-200ER Information

Mon Nov 06, 2000 2:14 pm

I have been to the Boeing site and they don't give this information

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B777-200ER Cargo Information

Tue Nov 07, 2000 9:18 pm

Hello Wilky

The 777-200ER cargo info is as follows

The lower containerized holds can accommodate up to 32 LD-3 size containers (61.5X60.4in base X 64in height and 79in long over the contour wing) The loading breaks down as follows:

18 LD-3 containers FWD and 14 LD-3's aft. In addition the aircraft can load up to 10 M size pallets (125X96in base) with 6 FWD and 4 AFT and a mix of pallets and LD-3's can be loaded together in various configurations. As a caveat to this info, some 777-200ER's are equipped with lower deck crew rests that take up 4 LD-3 positions and one pallet position out of use so these aircraft can only hold 28 LD-3's or 9 M size pallets.

The 777 can also hold other types and sizes of container such as A size pallets (88X125in base), and L size pallets or containers (60.4X125in base). It really is a very cargo friendly aircraft. Oh yes and I almost forgot Maximum weights for LD-3's on 777 are 1587KG and for pallets: 4676KG for A size and 5102KG for M size. Also I can give you the exact fuselage stations for everything in the cargo hold! Locks, stops, whatever! I will post a scanned diagram from a handling manual tomorrow.

Hope this gives you some good info!

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wilky
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RE: B777-200ER Cargo Information

Wed Nov 08, 2000 1:18 pm

Cheers for that Widebodyphotog, that was pretty much what I was looking for, and if you can get that scan it will be great.

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RE: B777-200ER Information

Fri Nov 10, 2000 8:37 am

I believe you are referring to a 777-200 IGW, that is how my detailed spec. is listed. Fwd cargo compartment is from sta.409 to 998 and the aft 1427 to 1886. The bulk runs from 1886 to 2062. Max (operational and structural) ZFW 430,000 lbs., max. landing 460,000, Basic operating weight is not listed, perhaps you are referring to OEW 325,007 This really depends on the customers specs. Max. operating speed VMO 330KCAS or 0.87M whichever is less. Or maybe you want Limit diving speed 385KCAS to 22,500ft decreasing linearly with altitude to 0.94M at 30,000ft. Max pressure alt -2000 to 43,100ft

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