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Boeing For ultra-long routes

The Boeing 777-300ER is the biggest aircraft in the fleet, and is used on long-haul. From 2016, it will replace consecutively the Airbus A340-300.

Boeing 777-300ER (77W)

Boeing 777-300ER (77W)

Area of operation

North and South America, Middle East and Asia

Capacity for cargo and mail

Up to 24.5 tons with a full passenger load

Technical details

Compartments 1 2 3 4  5 Bulk  Security locker
Cargo capacity (kg) 15'483  25'838  23'132 10'322 2'721 50
Combined max. (kg)
40'823
23'151
   
Volume (m3)
94
90.6
16.99 0.08
Number of units 2C - 2P 5P 12C 4C - 1P    
Engines 2 General Electric GE90-115BL
Wingspan (m) 64.8
Length (m) 63.7
Height (m) 16.8
Max. takeoff weight (kg) 351’530
Max. landing weight (kg) 251’290
Maximum speed (km/h) 945
Max. range with a full load (km) 10’700
Temperature controlled cargo compartment available

Note : Max. weight per pallet 88×125” is 4'625 kg, for pallet 96×125” 5'100 kg. Variable pallet, container configuration.

 

Basic allocation for cargo and mail

  • 8 pallets/containers
  • 10 LD3 containers

Boeing 777-300ER

Boeing 777-300ER

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