The company is copying passenger-friendly details from its 787 Dreamliner into its upcoming 777X wide-body passenger jet, the company announces at the Farnborough airshow.
Although it's clearly a gag, it might be worth putting together 70 bucks to try to buy this, just in case we live in a computer simulation that's just been infected with a crazy virus.
It's not exactly easy to land a Boeing 777 in 60 mph winds. Or, at least, it doesn't look as if it is.
American has gone through some very rough times. But now, it has an all-new livery and is the first U.S. carrier to fly Boeing's 777-300ER, the world's most successful two-engine plane.
Although the long-haul plane has been in service for years, no U.S. carrier has flown it. But now American Airlines has begun flying the plane, and the airline's rebirth has begun.
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The famous 777-FILM number will be around for another month, but its mobile app will live on and allow users to buy tickets.
Don't call Luca Iaconi-Stewart crazy. He'll do that himself. He built a gorgeous scale model of a Boeing 777-300ER, entirely out of manila folders. Now he tells CNET why he did it.
In an immense factory in Everett, Wash., Boeing builds its 777 aircraft. CNET tours the facility to find out how.
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