As with all operators Qatar Airways are impressed with the economics and freight carrying capacity of the 777-300ER and utilise the range of the aircraft on longhaul flights from Doha to Montreal, New York JFK and Washington.
I suppose you mean -300 “classic” vs -300ER. There are many differences in terms of structures and specifications, as many have answered here. Ok, superficial differences: 1. Wingtips -300ER has the raked wingtips. -300 classic don't. 2. Engines -.
Japanese carrier ANA took delivery of its first 777-300ER in 2004. Photo: Getty Images. The 777-300ER was the fourth 777 variant to come from Boeing. It followed the 777-200ER and 777-300, as well as the first 777: the 777-200, which first flew on June 12th, 1994. 17 years ago today.Emirates SkyCargo is currently operating 11 Boeing 777 freighter aircraft, each with a capacity to transport about 100 tonnes of cargo per flight and around 60 of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger.The 777-300ER, A330 and 787 are responsible for the growth in belly freight capacity, and in the future they will be joined by the A350.” “The A350-1000 will be capable of carrying up to 30 metric tonnes (66,000lbs) of cargo in its belly, over a range of more than 5,000nm,” claims Lenormand.
Seat removal increases the capacity of the 777-300ER by an estimated 20%, according to the airline. LATAM’s first 777-300ER cargo flight to China took off for Amsterdam on May 3 and was operated by unit 40588, but it’s unclear whether this is the aircraft with seats removed.
Delivery of the first 777-300ER to Air France occurred on April 29 2004. The main reason for the 777-300ER's extra 1,935 nmi (3,550 km) range over the 777-300 is not merely the capacity for an extra 2,600 gallons of fuel (45,220 to 47,890 gal), but the increase in the maximum take-off weight (MTOW).
Like the 777-200, a 777-300ER long range version has been developed. Changes made to the 777-300ER are more powerful General Electric GE90-115B engines (currently the world's most powerful jet engine), raked wingtips, strengthened body, wings, empennage, nose gear, engine struts and nacelles, new main landing gear, and provision for extra fuel tanks.
This is the seat map for the Boeing 777-300ER New 212 seats. There are 8 First Class, 64 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy, and 116 Economy Class seats. Seat rows are numbered from 1 to 42. Emergency exits are located on both sides at the front of the cabin, both sides in front of row 7, both sides behind row 16, both sides in front of row 30.
Boeing 777-300ER. Grace the skies on the 777-300ER. The aircraft is designed for a comfortable and reliable journey, no matter how far your travels take you. Specifications; Engine type: GE90-115B: Number of seats: 264: Length: 73.9m: Wingspan: 64.8m: Cruising speed: 0.84 Mach: SEAT MAPS. 777-300ER. More in this section.
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Emirates SkyCargo will be operating 10 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with Economy Class seats removed allowing for up to 17 tonnes or 132 cubic metres of additional cargo capacity per flight on top of the 40-50 tonne cargo capacity in the belly hold of the widebody passenger aircraft.
The air cargo carrier is currently operating 11 Boeing 777 freighter aircraft, each with a capacity to transport about 100 tonnes of cargo per flight and around 60 of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft as dedicated cargo aircraft, with a 40-50 tonne belly hold cargo capacity per flight.
LATAM argo Group has successfully completed its first Boeing 777-300ER aircraft conversion at its Sao Paulo Maintenance Center. The procedure, which was carried out by staff from LATAM’s maintenance, engineering, flight operations, cabin maintenance and cargo operations teams, involved the temporary removal of the aircraft’s passenger seats to increase its cargo capacity by 20%.
DUBAI, 25th June, 2020 (WAM) -- Emirates has introduced additional cargo capacity by using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with seats removed from the Economy Class cabin. The measure has been introduced in response to the strong air cargo market demand for the rapid, reliable and efficient transportation of essential commodities such as Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, pharmaceuticals, medical.
The Boeing 777-300 is a stretched version of the 777, seating 328 to 394 passengers in a typical three class seating arrangement or 550 passengers in a single economy class arrangement. The 777-300 is the latest derivative of the 777 family and the first aircraft was delivered to Cathay Pacific in May 1998. Boeing 777-300ER (extended range).