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The Boeing 777/F is a two-engined long-range heavy cargo freight aircraft with a payload of 102.875 kg (226.800 lb) produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
The 777F was developed based on the Boeing 777-200LR. It shares with the -200LR / -300ER the same wings with so-called raked wingtips and the landing gear. It is also powered by GE90-110B1 engines.

The range capability of the Boeing 777/F provides significant savings for cargo operators. It enables them to take advantage of fewer stops and associated landing fees, less congestion at transfer hubs, lower cargo handling costs, and shorter cargo delivery times. The new freighter also integrates smoothly with existing cargo operations and facilitates interlining with 747 freighter fleets.

The Boeing 777/F has been specifically designed as a freighter, with additional strengthening in key structural areas, including:

  • New monolithic aluminum floor beams.
  • Rigid cargo barrier located in the forward section of the airplane.
  • Strengthened fuselage, especially in the area of the main deck cargo door.

Other design enhancements include:

  • Enhanced, lightweight cargo-handling system with built-in test equipment that continually monitors the operational health of the system.
  • Modified environmental control system.
  • An advanced maneuver load alleviation system that redistributes the aero­dynamic load on the wing during non-normal flight conditions, reducing the load on its outboard portion (see fig. 2). This allows the 777F to operate in a wide variety of flight environments without compromising payload capability.

With a maximum takeoff weight of 766,000 pounds (347,450 kilograms), the 777F has a revenue payload capability of more than 226,000 pounds (102.8 metric tons). It can fly 4,880 nautical miles (9,038 kilometers) with a full payload at general cargo market densities (more than 10 pounds per cubic foot), making it the world’s longest-range twin-engine freighter (see fig. 4).

The airplane has been engineered to have essentially the same landing charac­teristics as the 777-200LR (Longer Range), despite a maximum landing weight that is nearly 17 percent heavier (575,000 pounds; 260,810 kilograms).

The Boeing 777/F accommodates 27 standard pallets (96 by 125 inches; 2.5 by 3.1 meters) on the main deck. The industry-standard 10-foot-high (3-meter-high) pallets are accommodated by the large main deck cargo door.

Full Specifications

Crew 2
Propulsion Turbofan Engines
Engine Model General Electric GE90-110B1
Engine Power (each) 492,7 kN 110760 lbf
max. Cruise Speed 896 km/h 484 kts
557 mph
Mmo (max. Mach) Mach 0.84
Service Ceiling 13.137 m 43.100 ft
Range 9.047 km 4.885 NM
5.622 mi.
Empty Weight 144.379 kg 318.300 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 347.815 kg 766.800 lbs
max. Landing Weight 260.816 kg 575.000 lbs
Wing Span 64,80 m 212 ft 7 in
Wing Area 427,8 m² 4605 ft²
Length 63,73 m 209 ft 1 in
Height 18,99 m 62 ft 4 in
First Flight 14.07.2008
Production Status in production
Developed from Boeing 777-200LR
ICAO Code B77L
IATA Code 77F
Data for (Version) Boeing 777F


Figure 1 - Article 2

BOEING 777F Freighter - SkyJets Aviation

File:N408MC Emirates cargo (7187003275).jpg - Wikimedia Commons


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