Does anyone know where I could find the new Boeing 777 Long Range, (It can now fly to Sidney without a stop )
3rd from the bottom, is this the one you mean.
FS2004 Boeing 7E7-800 KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines). The B7E7-800 ' Dreamliner ' is intended to replace the 757 and 767 and to compete with the Airbus A330. The 7E7-800 is the long range version of the 7E7, which can carry about 220 passengers over a distance of 8500 nm, with a cruise speeds up to mach .85. The 7E7 is to have its first flight in 2007. First delivery in 2008.
No, they recently made a new 777 Long Range that can cover from Heathrow to Sidney. I had a look on Avsim and couldn't find it. Someone else was talking about it on here.
I don't remember it.
Flightsim has some 2002 but they tell you that they are all at project PAI.
In search, I fed in "777 long range".
That seems a little old for a new model.
The 11th post down:
Thanks for trying
These are er not lr, I can't find any.
qantas_777-300er.zip nice looking.
Are you talking about the 777-200LR which will be the worlds longest range commercial jetliner.The aircraft can carry 301 passengers up to 9,420nm (17,446km)
You can find it at avsim just search for 777-200LR in fs2004 original aircraft.There is only one d/load.
The one I have is from www.flightsim.com
Look for these file names and you will find it:
I downloaded a Boeing House Colors paint because I couldn't find paints from other airlines.
Thanks a lot all for your help!!
You are welcome! I made another search and I found on www.avsim.com repaints for the 777-200LR.
Type this on Avsim and you will even find the Boeing House Colors:
I can't post the web page for some reason. Sorry for that.
I am almost positive that www.fsfreeware.com has a great B772LR
in case it's still relevant - this might clear up a litlle of the confusion regarding LRs, ERs and the like. The info appears to be uptodate.
Originally known as the 777-200IGW (for "increased gross weight"), the longer-range B market 777-200ER (772B) features additional fuel capacity, with increased MTOW range from 263 to 286 tonnes and range capability between 6000 and 7700 nautical miles (11,000 to 14,300 km). The first 777-200ER was delivered to British Airways in February 1997.
The 777-200ER can be powered by any two of a number of engines: the 84,000 lbf (374 kN) PW4084 or Trent 884, the 85,000 lbf (378 kN) GE90-85B, the 90,000 lbf (400 kN) PW4090, GE90-90B1, or Trent 890, or the 92,000 lbf (409 kN) GE90-92B.
On April 2, 1997 a Boeing 777-200ER, tail registration 9M-MRA (dubbed the "Super Ranger") of Malaysia Airlines, broke the Great Circle Distance Without Landing record for an airliner by flying east (the long way) from Boeing Field, Seattle, to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, covering the distance of 20,044.20 km in 21 hours, 23 minutes.
The direct Airbus equivalent is the A340-300.
Boeing claims the C market 777-200LR (772C) will be the world's longest ranging commercial airliner, capable of flying 9420 nautical miles (17,446 km) in 18 hours. It will achieve this with huge 110,000 lbf (489 kN) thrust GE90-110B1 turbofans, a significantly increased MTOW and optional auxiliary fuel tanks in the rear cargo hold. Other new features include raked wingtips, a new main landing gear and additional structural strengthening. The Roll-out was at February, 15th, 2005. The first flight was at March, 8th, 2005, with EIS in January 2006. After the introduction of the 777-200LR, the only mass-produced aircraft with greater unrefuelled range will be the KC-10 Extender.
The direct Airbus equivalent is the A340-500.
The first Boeing 777-200LR will be delivered to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in January 2006.
The stretched A market 777-300 (773A) is designed as a replacement for 747-100s and -200s. Compared to the older 747s, the stretched 777 has comparable passenger capacity and range, but burns one third less fuel and demands 40% lower maintenance costs.
It features a 33 ft 3 in fuselage stretch over the baseline 777-200, allowing seating for up to 550 passengers in a single class high density configuration and is also 13 tonnes heavier. The 777-300 has tailskid and ground manoeuvring cameras mounted on the horizontal tail and underneath the forward fuselage to aid pilots during taxi due to the aircraft's enormous length.
It was awarded type certification simultaneously from the U.S. FAA and European JAA and was granted 180 min ETOPS approval on May 4, 1998 and entered service with Cathay Pacific later in that month.
The typical operating range with 386 three class passengers is 5720 nautical miles (10,600 km). It is typically powered by two of the following engines: 90,000 lbf (400 kN) PW4090 turbofans, 92,000 lbf (409 kN) Trent 892 or General Electric GE90-92Bs, or 98,000 lbf (436 kN) PW-4098s.
This aircraft has no direct Airbus equivalent, but the A340-600 is offered in competition.
The B market 777-300ER (773B) series is a long range version of 777-300, and is designed as a replacement for the 747-400. This is a result of Boeing's strategy to target the 747 series as cargo freighters rather than passenger aircraft.
The 777-300ER contains many modifications, including the GE90-115B engines, which are currently the world's most powerful jet engine with 115,300 lbf (513 kN) thrust. Other features include raked wingtips, a new main landing gear, extra fuel tanks, as well as strengthened fuselage, wings, empennage, nose gear, engine struts and nacelles. The range on initial versions is 7,250 nautical miles (13,400 km) with a 365 passenger three-class configuration, though after July of 2004, the 300ER will have a range of 7,880 nautical miles (14,594 km). The 777-300ER programme was launched by Air France, though for political reasons, Japan Airlines was advertised as the launch customer. The first flight of the 777-300ER was February 24, 2003.
The direct Airbus equivalent is the A340-600.
At the above link are available three 777-200LRs.
On that page from the top down no26, no32, no39 if my counting is still in sync.
Good hunch and good memory, Jared.
Sorry, I KNEW there would be something funny about the link in my post above.
If You wish to get to the A/C I referred to, select Search.
CATEGORY: select FS2004/Aircrafts
RESOURCE AGE: select Search all
RESOURCE NAME: type boeing 777
Hit the Search button. Sorry about the confusion