BBJ 777X

BASE PRICE

BBJ 777-8:$ 410,200,000

BBJ 777-9:$ 442,000,000

INTERIOR BUDGET: $ 100M - $ 190M

PASSENGERS

60

CABIN AREA

ft²

3000

RANGE

nm

11000

SPEED

mach

0.79

MTOW

lb

700000

75 PAX

11,645 nm

M 0.89

775,000 lb

Photo : Courtesy Boeing

The 777X is the third generation of the original 1999’s 777 dual-engine wide-body airplane developed by US-based Aerospace conglomerate Boeing.

Launched in 1990 with a first-order from US-based United Airlines, The Boeing 777 was the largest twinjet ever developed, taking full advantage of higher engine reliably and newly developed standards and regulations for Extended Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS).

The first 777 completed its first flight on June 12th, 1994 prior to entering service in 1995 with launch customer United Airlines. Original 777 models were powered with a choice of engines from three manufactures: General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls Royce. The following generations dropped the multiple-selections in favor of the record-breaking GE90-115B engine from General Electric equipping both the very popular 777-300ER and the less popular, ultra long range 777-200LR. The 777 completely changed the commercial long-haul operation contributing to the large decline of the four-engine airliners. 

Launched in 2013, The third generation 777X comes in two models, the 777-8 and 777-9 both featuring stretched fuselage with an advanced composite wing and the latest generation GE9X engine from General Electric. The first 777-9 model completed its first flight on January 25th,2020 kicking-of the certification campaign prior to projected service entry in 2021.   

The most noticeable feature of the 777X is the folding wingtips addition, allowing to fit the 235 feet wingspan airplane within standard airport gates.

BBJ 777-8

Range 
75 Passengers Range*11,645 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.89
High-Speed CruiseM 0.84
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff775,000 lbs
Maximum Landing557,000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel527,000 lbs
Basic Operating
Interior Allowance55,000 lbs
Usable Fuel52,300 USG

BBJ 777-9

Range 
75 Passengers Range*11,000 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.89
High-Speed CruiseM 0.84
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff775,000 lbs
Maximum Landing587,000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel562,000 lbs
Basic Operating
Interior Allowance65,000 lbs
Usable Fuel52,300 USG
INTERIOR
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The 777 offers a wide cabin allowing for 11 abreast seat arrangements in a commercial application.

Typical Floor Plans

Completion Centers

Interior Designers

BBJ 777-8

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width19 ft 7 in
Cabin Length180 ft
Cabin Volume
Floor Area3,256 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External6,010 cu.ft

BBJ 777-9

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width19 ft 7 in
Cabin Length202 ft
Cabin Volume
Floor Area3,689 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External7,705 cu.ft
Flight Deck
Photo : Courtesy Boeing

The 777 was the first Boeing commercial airplane featuring a full fly-by-wire control system. it did however conserved the control columns for easy crew transition.

The 777X makes use of similar 787 introduced large 15-inch displays enhanced with touchscreen technology, a first in the commercial air transport industry.

BBJ 777-8

ENGINES 
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelGE9X-93B1A
Thrust93,000 lbf
Flat Rate
APU 
ManufacturerHoneywell
Model 331-500

BBJ 777-9

ENGINES 
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelGE9X-105B1A
Thrust105,000 lbf
Flat Rate
APU 
ManufacturerHoneywell
Model 331-500