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          Introducing the 777X

          The new Boeing 777X will be the world’s largest and most efficient twin-engine jet, unmatched in every aspect of performance. With new breakthroughs in aerodynamics and engines, the 777X will deliver 10 percent lower fuel use and emissions and 10 percent lower operating costs than the competition. A true family, the 777X offers low-risk, profitable growth, industry-leading reliability and seamless integration with the 777 and 787 Dreamliner families for even more flexibility. But performance is just part of the story. With a spacious, wide cabin, new custom architecture and innovations from the 787 Dreamliner, the 777X will deliver the flight experience of the future.

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          Technical Specs

          List Price $410.2 million $442.2 million
          Program Launch November 2013
          Seats (2-class)
          Range Up to 8,730 nmi (16,170 km)
          7,285 nmi (13,500 km)
          Length 229 feet (69.79 m) 251 feet, 9 in (76.72 m)
          Wingspan Extended: 235 feet, 5 in (71.75 m)
          On ground: 212 feet, 8 in (64.82 m)
          Interior Larger windows, wider cabin, new lighting, new architecture (more)
          Configuration Twin-aisle (widebody)
          Engine GE9X, supplied by GE Aviation

          777X Feature Stories

          A Model for the Future

          A Model for the Future

          January 15, 2018 in Technology, Commercial

          The new software will be used during future tests at QinetiQ low-speed wind tunnel.

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          'Listening' to the new 777X window panel

          'Listening' to the new 777X window panel

          October 11, 2017 in Commercial, Technology

          Noise testing will help make flights a little quieter.

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          State of the art 777X Composite Wing Center completes prototype parts

          State of the art 777X Composite Wing Center completes prototype parts

          December 5, 2016 in Commercial

          Everett, Washington facility will produce largest wing Boeing has ever built.

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          Touchscreens come to 777X flight deck

          Touchscreens come to 777X flight deck

          July 1, 2016 in Commercial

          Bringing today's technology in the hands of pilots.

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