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Boeing 777-267 (N7771) 1994 Boeing House Colors

21.6k TheMutePaper  11 months ago
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It will be one of the most complex machines ever built
It would take 10,000 people and nearly 5 years to build it
It would cost an estimated 5 billion dollars
Success was anything but certain
The plane would contain 4 million parts, supplied by contractors around the world
This would be the most tested airliner in aviation history
Eventually, lives would be at stake
To make it work, the company would reinvent itself from the inside out
And all of this would have to happen, at a time when the world's airline industry was in recession
If the Triple Seven were to fail, the company's future was at risk
Success would keep Boeing ahead of the competition for decades to come
This plane would be built to set a new standard for commercial aviation


The Boeing 777 is a family of Large Twin Engine Jet Liners that started in the early 90s, this family composes of the -200, -200ER, -200LR, -300, -300ER, Freighter, as of now, -8, and -9 in the near future. The design phase for the new twinjet was different from Boeing's previous commercial jetliners. For the first time, eight major airlines – All Nippon Airways, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, Qantas, and United Airlines – had a role in the development. This was a departure from industry practice, where manufacturers typically designed aircraft with minimal customer input. The eight airlines that contributed to the design process became known within Boeing as the "Working Together" group. At the first group meeting in January 1990, a 23-page questionnaire was distributed to the airlines, asking what each wanted in the design. By March 1990, Boeing and the airlines had decided upon a basic design configuration: a cabin cross-section close to the 747's, capacity up to 325 passengers, flexible interiors, a glass cockpit, fly-by-wire controls, and 10 percent better seat-mile costs than the A330 and MD-11. Boeing selected its Everett factory in Washington, home of 747 production, as the 777's final assembly site.


Boeing delivered the first 777 to United Airlines on May 15, 1995.

FAA awarded 180-minute ETOPS clearance ("ETOPS-180") for the Pratt & Whitney PW4084-engined aircraft on May 30, 1995, making it the first airliner to carry an ETOPS-180 rating at its entry into service.

On November 12, 1995, Boeing delivered the first model with General Electric GE90-77B engines to British Airways, which entered service five days later. Initial service was affected by gearbox bearing wear issues, which caused British Airways to temporarily withdraw its 777 fleet from transatlantic service in 1997, returning to full service later that year. General Electric subsequently announced engine upgrades.

On April 9, 1994, the first 777, line number WA001, was rolled out in a series of 15 ceremonies held during the day to accommodate the 100,000 invited guests.

June 12, 1994 was the day the 777 took its maiden flight

Ag1- Beacon and Nav lights
Ag2 - Landing Lights
Ag3 - Strobe Lights
Ag4 - Taxi and Runway Turnoff Lights
Ag5 + Vtol slider up -Extend Flaps
Ag6- Arm Spoilers
Ag7- Reverse Thrust
Trim Up - AP nose Down
Trim Down - AP nose up

Take off
VTOL up Near the 1st notch
Adjust the trim to the needed amount

Landing
Flaps Full
Trim Near the bottom

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Boeing 777-267
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 198.6ft (60.5m)
  • Length 208.9ft (63.7m)
  • Height 61.4ft (18.7m)
  • Empty Weight 203,731lbs (92,411kg)
  • Loaded Weight 277,368lbs (125,812kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.944
  • Wing Loading 58.2lbs/ft2 (284.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 4,767.9ft2 (443.0m2)
  • Drag Points 104019

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1994
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    The landing gear doors are realistic! you need to teach a lesson to other plane builders. :)

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    75 DuckPak

    Extremely easyt to land

    Ryanair style

    8 days ago
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    i downloaded it, and it ran 1 frames per second.

    9 months ago
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    11.1k SWAGDADDY7

    It’s so realistic
    nice job 👌

    11 months ago
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    649 MlgNoob

    W.O.W

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    82.0k MrSilverWolf

    awesome!

    11 months ago
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    It rolls right a bit after takeoff.

    11 months ago
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    Now it’s In Pima at the Air and Space museum. I’m going to go see it later this year

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    1,885 Thoum

    Such nice wingflex

    11 months ago
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    2,080 ViciousTNT

    It's the stealthiest airplane ever, just ask MH370...
    i do not mean any offense btw

    11 months ago
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    Cool! @TheMutePaper

    11 months ago
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    21.6k TheMutePaper

    @Strikefighter04 thats because it came from one

    +1 11 months ago
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    The intro is like a documentary! Sweet plane!

    11 months ago
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    1,085 SaturnV

    @Blue0Bull f a c e p a l m

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    50.8k Blue0Bull

    Nice airbus!

    +4 11 months ago
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    Looks awesome

    11 months ago
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    @klm747klm747 sounds like a good time

    11 months ago
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    3,335 klm747klm747

    @asteroidbook345 probably years and like 100 GB of RAM and a processor running at 2 billion Ghz

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    @klm747klm747 I wonder how long that would take

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    3,335 klm747klm747

    @asteroidbook345 I want to see someone download simple planes on a nasa computer and over the course of years build an exactly replica with every part that's on the real plane...

    Part Count: 3552694

    11 months ago
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    There are so many awesome things about this, how detailed it is, how good you did on the livery, the plane in general, and the fact that the part count is the same year when it made it's first flight! This is incredible!

    11 months ago
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    74.7k DeezDucks

    This looks incredible I especially love the amount of work that went into making the font on the side.

    +1 11 months ago
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    1,085 SaturnV

    @Sinacraft Yup :D

    11 months ago
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    6,602 Sinacraft

    @SaturnV krakabola to maywar

    11 months ago
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    I love how the part count is 1994 and it first flew in 1994. Love it!

    +2 11 months ago
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