The number 777 is bigger than 747 The Aircraft Boeing 747 is bigger than the Boeing 777
no, because boeing 777 has more advanced technology than the boeing 747
Boeing 777-200,200ER,200LR and 777 Freighter = 63.7 m longBoeing 777-300,300ER = 73.9 m longBoeing 747-100,200B,300,400,400ER = 70.6 m longBoeing 747-8 = 76.4 m long
The Main difference is that the Boeing 777-300 is bigger and can seat more passengers.
The 777 (Triple - Seven) is a very long airliner but the 747 is much bigger in size. A 777-300er can carry 550 A 747-400er can carry 500 A 747-8I can carry 600
The main difference is that the 777-300ER is a longer ranged version of the 777-300.
777 is bigger than a 737. from smallest to largest 737, 757, 767, 777, 747 It goes like this (from small to big) 737, 757, 787, 767, 747, 777
777-300 can carry 550 passengers; 747-400 can carry 400 passengers
A 747 has 4 engines, the 777 has 2.
yes because the 777 is a larger aircraft
In summer it's Boeing 747-400s....In winter it's Boeing 777-300ERs or Boeing 747-400s or sometimes A340-300s.
Boeing 737, Boeing 747-500, Boeing 777, Airbus A230, Airbus A330
Boeing 777 MD-11 DC-10-10 boeing 747
No, only the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 have 2 decks that are flying today.
The Boeing 777 is the next evolution in aircraft design. It was meant to fill the gap left in the Boeing lineup between the smaller 767, and the larger 747. it competes directly with Airbus' A340 family, and the higher capacity range A330.
the Boeing 747-400 because it has 4 engines not 2
The Boeing 777 uses an airplane grade of diesel similar to that of diesel trucks. Type #2 Kerosene is the diesel fuel used for the Boeing 777. The Boeing 777 has a higher fuel capacity and is more efficient at fuel consumption than earlier models like the 747.
Airbus A380, Boeing 747, Boing 777
Boeing is working on two new aircraft: 1) The Boeing 787-size between the 767 and 777 2) The Boeing 747-8-a newer bigger version of the 747-400 They are working very hard to deliver as many aircraft as possible.
Yes and no. Boeing makes multiple models of both aircraft. It really depends on the model. To answer in short the largest Boeing 777 in production is longer and wider than any 747 ever made to date. The 777-200s and 777-300s are currently the largest Commecial Airliner Boeing makes, however Boeing has indicated that a few new models of the 747 are on the drawing board that may bring it back to the top of the chart. See Boeing's Website (They provide detailed specs and diagrams)
You probably meat the Boeing 747 and 777 (triple seven). The 777 is newer having flown first in May 26, 1995. The 747 flew first in the late 60s.
It really depends on what you're looking for. The Boeing 747 has a large seating capacity, it is comfortable, stable, and great for long range flights. The Boeing 777 is popular aircraft that airlines are using to replace the 747 in long range flights because of it's efficiency and low fuel consumption. Overall, I like the 747 better because it's more spacious, safe, and confortable.
No, it needs a Boeing 777-200LR to do that and it was done recently -twice in succesion. In other words the Boeing 777 went completely round the world with only 1 stop. The route was from Boeing Seattle with a refuel in Bangladesh. The 747 can get just over 1/3rd of the way around the world.