3,56,000 gallons of fuel!
A Boeing 777 airliner holds 31,000 gallons of fuel. This allows the plane to travel non-stop for approximately 5,000 miles.
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.
The final quarter 2014, the average cost of jet fuel was about $2.85 per gallon. A Boeing 777 holds about 51,585 gallons of jet fuel.
As if July 2013, the cost of a Boeing 777 airliner is approximately $300. The actual cost of the aircraft varies based on the revision and the equipment installed inside.
A Boeing 777-200 has a maximum fuel capacity of 31000 US gallons of fuel. In the planes largest capacity setting it can hold 400 passengers.
Full load approx 31,000-45,000 gallons.
Per Boeing's published list prices on January 18, 2011: 777-200ER $232.3m 777-200LR $262.4m 777-300ER $284.1m
A Boeing 777 airliner can carry between 31,000 and 48,000 gallons of fuel. This provides a range of between 6,000 and 11,000 miles.
Maximum Fuel Capacity31,000 U.S. gal
Boeing Corporation manufactures the Boeing 777.
Yes, the 777 is MUCH more fuel efficient, it has a longer range and is cheaper to maintain. It also will remain in production.
Depending on the type of Boeing 777, the price will vary between 202 to 245.5 million US dollars
Kerosene type 2 (JET FUEL)
Depends on which model of the Boeing 777 aircraft. It can vary between 39,000 US gallons and 45,220 US gallons maximum fuel. Yes, that is a LOT of fuel.
$230-280 Million USD
The Boeing 777 has at least 2 engines.
Yes, there is a restroom at the rear of a Boeing 777
The Main difference is that the Boeing 777-300 is bigger and can seat more passengers.
no, because boeing 777 has more advanced technology than the boeing 747
The max. speed of the Boeing 777 is 590 mph.
The main difference is that the 777-300ER is a longer ranged version of the 777-300.