Boeing 777-300ERGo back
First delivered in 2004, the 777-300ER is Boeing’s best-selling 777 variant, with more than 630 airframes delivered as of March 2016. It offers 10% better fuel burn over the smaller models, whilst carrying 400 passengers almost 7,370 nautical miles.
The 777-300ER is powered by GE90-115B turbofan engines, the most powerful engines manufactured, and which are only marginally smaller in diameter than the fuselage cross-section of a 737. Whilst the -300ER shares the same six-wheeled main landing gears as the -200ER and -200LR, it can be distinguished by the addition of a 5th emergency exit along the fuselage.
Primary operators of the 777-300ER include Emirates and Cathay Pacific.
|Fuselage Length (m)||73.9|
|Tail Height (m)||18.5|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||775,000|
|Max Range (nm)||7,370 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.89|
|Primary Operators||Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Air France|