Boeing 777-300
Boeing 777-300

Boeing 777-300. A photo. Video. Interior layout. Characteristics. Reviews.



The passenger Boeing 777-300 is part of the Triple Seven (T7) family of wide-body, twin-engine aircraft and is an extended model of the Boeing 777-200. This airliner is intended for medium and long haul airlines. Today it is the largest twin-engine passenger aircraft in the world. Its length is 73,86 meters with a wingspan of 60,93 meters. The aircraft was designed to replace the outdated Boeing 747-100 and 747-200 airliners. Compared to these models, the new Boeing 777-300 has comparable passenger capacity and range, while its operating costs are 40 percent lower. The flight range of the Boeing aircraft is from 7500 to 10595 kilometers.

Fuselage Boeing 777-300 10,13 to meter long base version 777-200. When odnoklassovoy cabin configuration, the aircraft Boeing 777-300, capable of accommodating passengers 550. The two-class layout, economy and business, the cabin may have 479-th passenger seats. When three-class layout, the airliner equipped 368-th passenger seats.

As a power plant, the aircraft is equipped with high-power turbojet engines, Pratt & Whitney PW-4090 with a thrust of 400 kN, PW-4098s with a thrust of 436 kN, Rolls-Royce Trent 892s with a thrust of 409 kN, or General Electric GE90-92Bs with a thrust of each 409 kN.


Boeing 777-300 photo

Boeing 777-300 Emirates


Like the base model, version 777-300 equipped with digital avionics EFIS «Honeywell» company production, which corresponds to the standard ARINC 629.

The aircraft development program began in June 1995 under the name "777 Stretch". In March 1997, the assembly of the first prototype aircraft began. This aircraft rolled out of the assembly hangar on September 8, 1997. And then, on October 16 of the same year, he took off for the first time. On May 4, 1998, the aircraft received FAA and JAA certificates of suitability for passenger flights. And then, on May 21, 1998, the Boeing 777-300 was handed over to the Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific.


Boeing 777-300 Salon

Boeing 777-300 Salon


A further development of the model class of the aircraft was a modification of the increased flight range, which received the designation Boeing 777-300ER.

This version is equipped with the most powerful to date aeronautical turbojet engines, General Electric GE90-115B with traction 512 kN.

In addition to new engines, this modification has a reinforced landing gear and tail assembly, additional fuel tanks, as well as upgraded wing tips, which are sloped back and lengthened. Thanks to this, the maximum flight range of the Boeing 777-300ER is 14690 kilometers. The flight range of this model with the maximum load is 13427 kilometers.

Today, an indirect competitor for the Boeing 777-300 is a twin-engine passenger airliner Airbus A340-600.

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Boeing 777-300 interior scheme

Boeing 777-300 interior scheme


Boeing 777-300 aircraft specifications:


  • The first flight of Boeing 777-300: 16 years 1997 October

  • Production Years: c 1997 years

  • Length: 73,86 m.

  • Height: 18,52 m.

  • Wingspan: 60,93 m.

  • Empty weight: 160120 kg.

  • Maximum takeoff weight: 263080 kg.

  • Wing area: 427,80 sq.m.

  • Cruising speed: 905 km / h..

  • Maximum speed: 945 km / h..

  • Ceiling: 13100 m.

  • Range: 10595 km.

  • Length of takeoff: 3700 m.

  • path length: 1800 m.

  • Engines on: 2 x Pratt & Whitney turbojet engines PW-4090 (400 kN), PW-4098s (436 kN), Rolls-Royce Trent 892s (409 kN), General Electric GE90-92Bs (409 kN), General Electric GE90-115B (512 kN)

  • Crew: 2 people

  • Number of seats: 550 seats in economy class


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