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Boeing 777-200

Aircraft Information Boeing 777-200

Boeing 777-200 is a twin-engine wide-body passenger aircraft developed and produced by Boeing. It was introduced in 1994 and first flew in 1995. Boeing 777-200 can carry up to 440 passengers for a distance of up to 9,700 km. It is equipped with two turbofan engines, either Pratt & Whitney PW4000 or Rolls-Royce Trent 800. The aircraft has a length of 63.7 meters, a wingspan of 60.9 meters, and a height of 18.5 meters. The maximum speed is 945 km/h, and the maximum cruising altitude is 13,100 meters. Boeing 777-200 is widely used by airlines for long-haul flights.

Technical information about the Boeing 777-200

- Length: 63.7 m

- Speed: 905 km/h

- Engine: two turbofan engines General Electric GE90-92B or Pratt & Whitney PW4077/4090

- Size: height 18.6 m, width 6.2 m

- Wingspan: 60.9 m

- Range: up to 14,305 km

- Weight: 135,000 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Boeing 777-200 are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exits. This is because in case of an emergency, passengers seated closer to the exits have a higher chance of survival.

In addition, experts recommend choosing window seats as they are more protected from impacts and more resistant to turbulence. It is also advisable to avoid seats near the wings, as vibrations and noise are more noticeable there.

Among the most comfortable seats in the Boeing 777-200, the ones in the first row of the economy class can be highlighted, as they usually have more legroom and no neighbors on the right and left. Seats in the business class can also be comfortable, where reclining seats and more space for a comfortable flight are usually provided.

However, ultimately the choice of seat depends on the individual preferences and needs of the passenger.