The Boeing 777 is a long-range, wide-body, twin-engine American airliner built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
The Boeing 777 was originally a stretched 767. Boeing 777s notable design features include a unique fuselage section and it incorporates a fly-by-wire, an advanced technology glass flight deck with five liquid crystal displays. 777-200 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW4077 turbofans, General Electric GE90-77Bs or Rolls Royce Trent 877s.
The basic 777-200, which is the initial A-market model, was launched on October 1990 and was offered in two versions, the basic 777-200 and the increased weight longer range 777-200IGW which was redesignated as the 777-200ER. 777-200s maiden flight was on June 12, 1994 and received its FAA and JAA certification on April 19, 1995. 777-200 was first delivered to United Airlines in May 1995 and the first 777-200IGW/ER was delivered to British Airways in February 1997.
The Boeing 777-200 has a typical cruising speed of 905 km/h and a range of 229 tonne MTOW 7000 km. It has a flight crew of two and a seating capacity for 305 in three classes or up to 440.
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