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Boeing delivers 300th 777-300ER

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 25, 2011
The 300th 777-300ER. (Boeing)

Boeing has delivered the 300th 777-300ER, with the milestone aircraft handed over to Biman Bangladesh on October 21.

“Introduced into service in 2005, the 777-300ER is the best seller for a reason,” said Larry Loftis, 777 vice president and general manager. “It is distinguished by its fuel efficiency, award winning cabin interior, range – it can fly point to point bypassing crowded hub airports – and its commonality with the Boeing 767 and 787.”

Boeing says total 777-300ER orders stand at 543 from 37 customers. Five are in service with Virgin Australia’s V Australia long haul arm.

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Boeing delivers 300th 777-300ER

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 25, 2011
The 300th 777-300ER. (Boeing)

Boeing has delivered the 300th 777-300ER, with the milestone aircraft handed over to Biman Bangladesh on October 21.

“Introduced into service in 2005, the 777-300ER is the best seller for a reason,” said Larry Loftis, 777 vice president and general manager. “It is distinguished by its fuel efficiency, award winning cabin interior, range – it can fly point to point bypassing crowded hub airports – and its commonality with the Boeing 767 and 787.”

Boeing says total 777-300ER orders stand at 543 from 37 customers. Five are in service with Virgin Australia’s V Australia long haul arm.

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