Boeing 777-200ER

The Boeing 777-200ER is a wide-body aircraft and an extended range variant of the 777-200. The 777-200ER is identical to the 777-200 except that it is equipped with additional fuel tanks to allow the aircraft to fly farther or with more passengers & cargo to it's original range. The 777-200ER gives airlines the ability to improve their long-haul fleet offering by allowing them to fly to further destinations with the same capacity of a 777-200. While the 777-200 was replaced by the better 777-200ER, it is no longer in production being replaced by an even more improved variant, the 777-200LR. This aircraft flies long haul routes with medium to heavy demand. A typical 777-200ER can carry 305 passengers in a typical 3-class layout.

 

Airline Seating Engines Types
Number of Planes
Total Breakdown In Use On Order
Air France

280

309

312

316

40C / 24W / 216Y

35C / 24W / 250Y

28C / 24W / 260Y

16C / 24W / 276Y

General Electric GE90 25 -
 Air New Zealand 312 26C / 40W / 246Y  Rolls Royce Trent 800  8 -
Austrian Airlines

308

312

48C / 260Y

48C / 264Y

General Electric GE90 5 1
British Airways

224

275

14F / 48C / 40W / 122Y

48F / 24W / 203Y

Rolls Royce Trent 800
or
General Electric GE90 
43
 China Southern Airlines - - -

4

(Historic)

 
EuroAtlantic Airways 360

360Y

Rolls Royce Trent 800 1 -
KLM 318 34F / 40W / 244Y  General Electric GE90 15 -
Korean Air

248

261

8F / 28C / 212Y

8F / 28C / 225Y

Pratt & Whitney PW4000 14 -

Transaero Airlines

(Ceased Operations in 2015)

- - -

7

(Historic)

-
United Airlines

269

267

364

8F / 40C / 113W / 108Y

50C / 72W / 145Y

28F / 102W / 234Y

General Electric GE90
or
Pratt & Whitney PW4000
55 -

F = First Class | C = Business Class | W = Premium Economy | Y = Economy Class