Aviation Photo #0004088 Boeing 777-367 - Boeing

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This is not an Icelandic Airliner, but the latest Boeing 777-300 prototype. It spent Saturday April 18, 1998 doing crosswind landings and take-offs at Keflavik. We know that Keflavik is windy, but evidently its fame has spread to Seattle. The aircraft is shown taking off for home on April 19, rotating at exactly 3500 feet on runway 11 as the pilots said it would.
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Photo Added: January 01, 2005

Comments (5)

14 years ago
Love it!
12 years ago
Do I see RR-powered? GE 90 is obviously the one and only right choice for the 777.... Also the only one option for the 300ER due to its incredible power. It is bigger, just looks better and doesn't fail as much as the RR, like with the BA 777 and also on a Malaysian 777, 9M-MRI, in winter '05 in Sweden. That one made for an epic take-off shot tho.
New Jersey, USA
5 years ago
Exactly 20 years, and 13 days ago. (5/1/18)
What happened to this bird, does B still own it?
3 years ago
It is a Cathay bird (as you can tell from its -367 designation), and is still in service!
International Airspace
3 years ago
Currently Cathay Pacific's B-HNE

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