Efficiency for long-haul

We’ve just posted online our latest issue of AERO Magazine. The featured story really gets into the details behind our newest airplane, the 777 Freighter - its heritage, capabilities, range and capacity, design, and its ability to fit into existing cargo operations.

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Click on the image above to go to the online version of AERO.

Comments (3)

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

Very cool story. I think for anyone who questions the 777F, especially now with the downturn and softening cargo market, should forget all the data and just gawk at the range potential graphic out New York City for the 777F against some Boeing classics - which incidently are the benchmarks for the industry. Bring on the 747-8F, and let the market celebrate all-round excellence in cargo lift!

Also, in the same AERO Magazine, the story on take-off speeds is worth a read.

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

The 777 Freighter looks like a good plane for medium to long haul market and great for transpacific cargo operations. I hope FedEx Express reconsiders the order and UPS thinks about ordering the aircraft in the future.

Erik (Malmo, Sweden):

777F is simply awesome when you consider that it brings in a lowest fuel burn per transported tonne than the 747-8F!

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