Boeing 777-300

Boeing 777-300

Boeing 777-300

Boeing 777-300 is the second biggest passenger aircraft in its category in the world. According to official claims, the 777-300 has nearly the same passenger capacity and range capability as the 747-100/-200 models, but burns one third less fuel and has 40 per cent lower maintenance cost. Aviation experts cite that there is about 50000 cubic ft space in a Boeing 777-300 and that a lightly loaded aircraft can accelerate from zero to 96 kmph in less than 60 seconds — an engineering feat for a mammoth size.

Name: Boeing 777-300
Manufacturer: Boeing
Capacity: 550 passengers
Fuel: 320,000 L / 84,600 Gallons
Take off weight: 575 t (1,268,000 lb)
Powerplant: 2 X Rolls-Royce Trent 892
Cruising speed: 554mph (892km/h)
Range: 5940 naut. mile (11,000km)

Terminology
Take off weight: The maximum weight that a pilot is allowed to attempt to take off.
Powerplant: A part of the propeller unit, it varies according to the capacity, purpose and desired speed of the aircraft.
Fuel: Aviation fuels have anti-freezing and anti-explosion properties.
Cruising speed: The speed at which an aircraft travels after reaching the set altitude. Average speed of commercial aircraft is 400-500 nauts.
Range: This is the maximum distance an aircraft can cover between landing and take off on the basis of its fuel capacity.