Boeing 777-300ER

The Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) is a variant of the 777-300 and a member of the 777 family. The 777-300ER possess extra fuel tanks and a longer wingspan and the base 777-300 variant. The 777-300ER combines the increase capacity of the 777-300 with the increased range of the 777-200ER making it ideal for busy, long-range routes. Due to the success, design, and efficiencies of the 777-300ER, it has inadvertently replaced the role of the Boeing 747-400 and 747-8 in Boeing's lineup.

Airline

Number of Planes

Engine Types

Total Seating

F

C

W

Y

Air Canada

19

General Electric GE90

400
450

-
-

40
28

24
24

336
398

Air China

26

General Electric GE90

311

8

42

-

261

Air France

43

General Electric GE90

296
322
381
468

4
4
-
-

58
38
42
14

28
28
24
32

206
252
315
422

Air India

12

General Electric GE90

342

4

35

-

303

All Nippon Airways

22

General Electric GE90

212
250
264

8
8
8

68
52
52

24
24
24

112
166
180

Cathay Pacific

53

General Electric GE90

275
340

6
-

53
40

34
32

182
268

China Eastern Airlines

20

General Electric GE90

316

6

52

-

258

EgyptAir

6

General Electric GE90

346

-

49

-

297

Ethiopian Airlines

54

General Electric GE90

393

-

28

-

365

Etihad Airways

19

General Electric GE90

330
380
412

8
-
-

40
40
28

-
-
-

282
340
384

EVA Air

34

General Electric GE90

313
323
333
353

-
-
-
-

38
38
39
39

64
64
56
56

211
221
238
258

Jet Airways

10

General Electric GE90

346

8

30

-

308

Korean Air

20

General Electric GE90

291
370

8
8

56
42

-
-

227
227

Philippine Airlines

6

General Electric GE90

370

-

42

-

328

Qatar Airways

40

General Electric GE90

358
412

-
-

42
24

-
-

316
388

Saudi Arabian Airlines

35

General Electric GE90

381
413

-
-

30
30

-
-

351
383

Turkish Airlines

33

General Electric GE90

349

-

49

-

300