What company makes the 747 passenger jet and 777?
Airbus currently makes the largest passenger airplane, the A380, with boeing making the second biggest, the 747. <><>><><> The Boeing 777 has a larger Max takeoff weight, longer aircraft, but smaller passenger capacity.
The number 777 is bigger than 747 The Aircraft Boeing 747 is bigger than the Boeing 777
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
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… Read More
777-300 can carry 550 passengers; 747-400 can carry 400 passengers
Boeing 777-200,200ER,200LR and 777 Freighter = 63.7 m long Boeing 777-300,300ER = 73.9 m long Boeing 747-100,200B,300,400,400ER = 70.6 m long Boeing 747-8 = 76.4 m long
no, because boeing 777 has more advanced technology than the boeing 747
the 747 is larger than the 777 and has 2 decks, but the two planes are made by boeing.
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
747-400 its has more engines...
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.
yes because the 777 is a larger aircraft
A 747 has 4 engines, the 777 has 2.
I'm assuming you mean 777 vs. 747. If that's the case, it's the 777.
the Boeing 747-400 because it has 4 engines not 2
The term Heavy is applied to all radio transmissions with air traffic control from aircraft capable of takeoff weights of 300,000 pounds or more. This includes the 747, 777, A380, etc
They have a few Airbus A320 NEO's on order, but no signs of a 747. They are getting 777-300ER's though
Airbus A380, Boeing 747, Boing 777
All of those Boeing aircraft are twin jet except the 747 which has 4.
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.
In summer it's Boeing 747-400s....In winter it's Boeing 777-300ERs or Boeing 747-400s or sometimes A340-300s.
The Boeing Company built the 777.
Boeing 777 MD-11 DC-10-10 boeing 747
777 jumbo!? The only aircraft nicknamed <<Jumbo>> it's the 747. The B777 is often called <<Worldliner>>. And "how many" what? Pax? About 300, but it depends of the airline configuration.
Yes. It is longer by about 3 metres and taller. There are different types of 747s and 777s. But if we compare the largest type of both planes, than the 777 is bigger.
They are similar but in terms of passenger numbers and payload, the Boeing 777 is slightly bigger.
No, only the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 have 2 decks that are flying today.
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.
Boeing 737, Boeing 747-500, Boeing 777, Airbus A230, Airbus A330
the is the 707 717 727 737 747 757 767 777 787. each of these have different series
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.
The training and licenses you need to pilot a DC-10 or Boeing 747 to 777 series airplanes consist of a commercial pilot license, a multi-engine license, and certification in the Boeing DC-10. This training takes years to attain and lots of money.
B-737, b-747, b-757, b-767, b-777
the "big" commercial airplanes (747, 777...) usually fly at a cruise altitude of 37000 feet.
Mach 0.855 (650 mph) - The Boeing 747-8 (launch late 2009) and the Boeing 777.
b-747 b-777 b-787 b-737 a310 a380 a340 hercules harrier stealth
The Boeings used in Microsoft's flight simulator are the 737, the 747-400 and the 777-200. The blue colored cockpit is the 737 The Brown colored cockpit is either the 747 or the 777 depending on the amount of engines. Please note that the cockpits used by the default planes in FS are poorly made and do not work at all as in the real stuff.
747-400:16 747-200:2 747-200F:13 777-200LR:5 777: 8 A330-300:21 A330-200:11 767-400ER:21 767-300ER:60 767-300:20 757-300:16 757:191 MD90:16 MD88:120 737-800:71 737-700:5 A320:71 A319:59 DC9:68 April 2009
For airliners still available to buy: 737-600 737-700 737-800 747-400/ER 767-300ER 767-400/ER 777-200/ER/LR 777-300/ER 787-800
The 777 uses engines from: Pratt and Whitney. Rolls Royce. General Electric.
Southwest Airlines for passengers, FedEx for freight. Here is a Captain pay comparison at 12 years of seniority, by the largest type in fleet (best paying): American 777 - $92,527 Continental 777 - $92 ,288 Delta 777 - $ 96,020 Fed EX (widebody) $16,650 Northwest 747 - $13,275 Southwest 737 - $15,642 United 747 - $11,960 US Airways (A330) $11,520 UPS (all a/c) $18,144 Payscales for 2008. For more info on pilot pay and how… Read More
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.
Virgin Atlantic does not currently operate Boeing 777s, though Virgin Austrailia operates 777-300ERs. Virgin Atlantic flies Airbus A320s (leased), A330-300s, A340s (-300,-600), and Boeing 747-400s.
Singapore Airlines has been voted as the BEST airline (world wide) on a number of occassions for service, value and comfort. As such, I would imagine their economy class seating on the 777 would be as good (or better) than on their 747's.
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.
I assume you mean London... Air New Zealand use Boeing 747 and 777 on the route. British Airways would do likewise.
6hrs 24mins in a Boeing 737-400, 6hrs 20mins in a Boeing 777-300 and finally 6hrs 2mins in a Boeing 747-400.
In a Boeing 747-400, 12hrs 17mins. In a Boeing 737-400, 13hrs 1mins and finally, in a Boeing 777-300, 12hrs 53mins
on a good day about 8 hours in an unladen 747 on a bad day in fully laden 777 can be up to 16 varadero to Manchester
A318's A319's A320's A321's A330's A340's 747's 777's