The Boeing 777-10 Revisited

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  • Published on Jul 1, 2019
  • I last covered the Boeing 777-10 in 2018. Today a year on since my last video of the aircraft I thought I'd revisit it and see where it is in 2019, if it's managed to get any more interest, if Boeing is any closer to launching it and so on!
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Comments • 328

  • MK Jensen
    MK Jensen 2 months ago

    The picture of Ray Conner is incorrect. What you have in your video is a picture of the current CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Kevin McAllister

  • Kevin McKee
    Kevin McKee 2 months ago +1

    If they keep 10-abreast seats with 31 inch pitch then no matter how fancy and new the 777-10 is, the travel experience for those in economy will be horrible.

  • Guy Man
    Guy Man 2 months ago

    This plane is every pilot and aviationist’s dream

  • Crude Rude
    Crude Rude 2 months ago

    777-100*
    WTF is with Boeing and stupid-ass names (747-8 rather than 747-800) ?

  • suryash rajput
    suryash rajput 2 months ago +1

    Happy America day

  • suryash rajput
    suryash rajput 2 months ago

    Hey

  • Sidport Travels
    Sidport Travels 2 months ago +1

    If they launch, I think it will get 100+ from Emirates, and every 380 customers would use it for a replacement

    • Henning Kaasa
      Henning Kaasa 2 months ago

      Sidport Travels emirates gone keep their a380 until at least to 2030. Emirates has fierce competition to handle now so they don’t see any growth as before. The 787-10 can easily replace many of the 777-300 routes that don’t need 777x capacity. You can clearly see that they go for a more diversified fleet with the order of 70 airbus a330 and a350.
      Many carriers in Europe and Asia is offering point to point travel, skipping the Middle East for aircraft change.

    • Sidport Travels
      Sidport Travels 2 months ago +1

      @Henning Kaasa They will have to order it to replace their 100+ A380s. There is no other option on the table for them, especially taking into account that Airbus has no alternative to the 777-10 except the far-fetched a350-2000.
      Maybe they will do some conversions?

    • Henning Kaasa
      Henning Kaasa 2 months ago

      Sidport Travels I don’t think so, Emirates are in talks with Boeing to reduce their 777x orders. Emirates want to cut the order in half and compensate with 787 orders. DJ had a video about this 2-3 weeks ago.

  • DAANISH ABDUL DAYAN SHAIKH

    The Saudia livery look very good
    Love it!

  • Zangeef Fangsteen
    Zangeef Fangsteen 2 months ago

    All I want is for these stupid planes to go away. 737, 767, 777, 787, A380, A320, A350, A330.
    Please, make it stop.
    If Boeing and Airbus are *still* making this garbage when I'm old, it will be an embarrassment for humanity.

  • Thomas Affolter
    Thomas Affolter 2 months ago +1

    This is what Airbus should have done instead of the A380. An efficient mega-aircraft with twin engines.

  • Ethan Ducayet
    Ethan Ducayet 2 months ago +1

    Can you do a video about What if Hawaiian Airlines ordered the A321XLR?

  • miguel carvalho
    miguel carvalho 2 months ago +1

    DJ, can you make a video about the sickness on the TAP A330 Neo due to smell in cabin?
    Have you heard pilots to land with oxigen masks and recurrent smell in the cabin?
    Are the Trent1000 variant to A330 (Trent7000) with air bleeds putting oil on the pneumatic system?
    Multiple crew and passanger complained to EASA

  • c docker
    c docker 2 months ago

    Airlines have to meet the demand of the passenger....
    There needs to be a route worth the -10 with peak passenger interest involved, second the airlines although this may sound crazy should offer a low budget long haul route, with the same service as it would be on a more pricer premier route, the more seats you fill the bigger the profit, balancing profit and lost is difficult. But you have to offer a product worth the passenger's interest, i.e., if AA offered a non stop flight from Chicago to Shanghai, for let's say $250(u.s) round trip, customers would jump on that because of the low cost but you have to find the market in which passengers seek air travel over any other means, the -10 would fit in the asain, Pacific, European, and middle east cause the demand is there, which is why AA and United took Soo long to get 300ers, the demand wasn't there 20 years ago, cheap route brings more passengers, which long run increase of profit correct me if I'm wrong, Love the vids Dj and information!!!

  • Iamtop
    Iamtop 2 months ago

    Well yeah, there is no market for it. Isn't that why the A380 is failing too ? 777-10 only seems interesting if the A380 was a bad plane on a market segment with demand.

    • Ching Wei Xion
      Ching Wei Xion 2 months ago

      The main problem with the B777-10 is that it will share the same characteristics (good and bad) of the B787-10. Like the B787-10, By just simply stretching it, the aircraft will lack the field performance and range for long haul operations effectively limiting the aircraft to under 10hrs of flight distance. For such a large aircraft that seats 450pax, this limitations will be quite deterring unless boeing invest in heavily modifying the aircraft to give it a similar range and performance to the B747.

  • your_secret_halfbrother
    your_secret_halfbrother 2 months ago +2

    I hope that it will fail like the MAX

    • azmike1956
      azmike1956 2 months ago +1

      You're an asshole!!

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +3

      No more deaths with failed aircraft thankyou🇺🇸👨‍✈️🍀✈️🇬🇧👩‍✈️

    • brkitdwn
      brkitdwn 2 months ago +2

      I hope you fail too.. Hahaha!! 😄

  • Zaherul Huda
    Zaherul Huda 2 months ago +1

    Yh let's just modify current models and kill more people 👌

  • RE
    RE 2 months ago +1

    Are you paid by Boeing?

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +1

      brkitdwnI don’t get people’s cruel jibes people are free to live their lives in whatever way want to live . The internet should not be used as a platform for abuse its cowardly indeed🇺🇸🇬🇧🍀✈️👨‍✈️👩‍✈️💓

    • RE
      RE 2 months ago +1

      brkitdwn does your boyfriend know you're trying to pick up Avatar's on TVclip 😂

    • brkitdwn
      brkitdwn 2 months ago +2

      Are you a Trany?

  • Kiryu Sannagi
    Kiryu Sannagi 2 months ago

    Can you made a video about Citilink route expansion to europe and Australia, and their A330neo Orders

  • Zulrr 33
    Zulrr 33 2 months ago +1

    I want they aply the doubledecker design:

  • Walter Tomashefsky
    Walter Tomashefsky 2 months ago +1

    Nothing can ever replace the A380.

  • christopher cook
    christopher cook 2 months ago +1

    The most uncomfortable window seat unless one leg shorter than the other!

  • BoulevardFan28
    BoulevardFan28 2 months ago +1

    The 777-10 might as well be a limo.

  • Badmansband
    Badmansband 2 months ago

    Make it please.

  • Karlos Sargeant
    Karlos Sargeant 2 months ago

    I Love the Boeing 777X Family There Awesome I hope to fly with them soon!!!!

  • Tj Rans
    Tj Rans 2 months ago +2

    Just imagine how big a 777-10 would be. Herculean in size comes to mind.

  • Sacto1654
    Sacto1654 2 months ago +6

    Fortunately, unlike the 737 MAX, all 777 models were designed with fly-by-wire systems in mind. As such, it's unlikely the 777-8/9 models will encounter the pitch stability problems that plagued the 737 MAX models.

  • Darwin Sinchi
    Darwin Sinchi 2 months ago +3

    Boeing: "Due to the stretch, MCAS will be developed on the plane to avoid extensive training"
    Result: Boeing 777-10 MAX

    • Darwin Sinchi
      Darwin Sinchi 2 months ago

      @nictheperson I mean, Boeing developed MCAS to "assist" pilots, so upon stepping on one, it will feel like stepping on a B738. Anyways, most pilots only received a 2 hr training session on a iPad. But it or the quick start manual did not have any mention of MCAS. So it did avoid extensive training in a way, causing serious consequences

    • nictheperson
      nictheperson 2 months ago

      I mean actually MCAS didn't negate the need for training but rather created it.
      And no I will not take it as a joke because I don't find it remotely funny.

    • Johnny Wynn
      Johnny Wynn 2 months ago +2

      Although Im a Boeing person, that was actually funny LOL

  • Tom
    Tom 2 months ago +1

    Does it comes with airbags?

    • Tom
      Tom 2 months ago

      Elaine Blackhurst 😂👍

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +2

      verasategui Or maybe even parachutes I’ll try anything to escape a plane that can’t fly like Max👩‍✈️🍀🇬🇧✈️👨‍✈️🇺🇸

    • Tom
      Tom 2 months ago +1

      brkitdwn or a used throw up bag as airbag. 🤮

    • brkitdwn
      brkitdwn 2 months ago +2

      Nah Brah.. Throw up bag. YESSS!!!

  • Dave Juba
    Dave Juba 2 months ago +2

    How about a comparison video for the 777-300 vs 777X -9

  • christopher hennessey
    christopher hennessey 2 months ago +2

    Why aren’t they giving Boeing planes 100 numbers ,such as 767-200?

    • Lou Skunt
      Lou Skunt 2 months ago +1

      because of stretching and '-10' sounds cooler than a '-1000'

  • Louie Pavlic
    Louie Pavlic 2 months ago +1

    Any updates on the Trent 1000's?

  • The Valenzuelas
    The Valenzuelas 2 months ago

    The 777-10 is the perfect competition for the A350-1000!

  • Michael Fiedler
    Michael Fiedler 2 months ago +3

    I'd be fine to have a 777X parked in my garden.

  • CrazyDash Yt
    CrazyDash Yt 2 months ago

    Imagine how big the -10 would be compared to the 777-300er. And iagine how much people it would be able to carry

  • Putin The Great
    Putin The Great 2 months ago +2

    A321XLR will kill off this plane before it takes off.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +1

      Absolutely correct Airbus and CAA. Won’t allow faulty craft over UK skies how do we know what Boeing craft are safe with 3 different planes with faults and signed off by FAA 👨‍✈️✈️🍀🇬🇧👩‍✈️

  • Putin The Great
    Putin The Great 2 months ago +1

    FAA ex Boeing marketing executives are ticking off this plane. Hope it's batteries don't catch fire and it's MCAS bandaid works😠😠😠😠😠😠

    • Cyril John Tomenlaco
      Cyril John Tomenlaco Month ago

      Elaine Blackhurst Then don’t fly with max then good gracious what kind of brain do you hve

    • Cyril John Tomenlaco
      Cyril John Tomenlaco Month ago

      Elaine Blackhurst You are still annoying. Not all Boeing plane has MCAS molded to it. Good grievances.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +1

      nictheperson You really don’t like what others say on here but everyone and you are entitled to your opinion and indeed the Micas was a horror story that should never have happened I’m only interested in the 400 people that died that their families get compensation. I know Boeing will be the best now going forward I would fly with them but not put my lovely family at risk on Max Fix no way 💓👨‍✈️✈️🇬🇧🍀👩‍✈️🇺🇸

    • nictheperson
      nictheperson 2 months ago +1

      Another person who doesn't understand a thing about MCAS and assumes every Boeing plane has it? Would never have guessed

  • Chris Browne 508-642-8228
    Chris Browne 508-642-8228 2 months ago +2

    With the monster engines on the 777x, I'll be amazed if it doesn't have MCAS, so that alone is good reason not to release it into the air.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +1

      No micas please that name terrifies me it overruled competant Pilots Oh dear👩‍✈️🍀✈️🇬🇧👨‍✈️🇺🇸💓

    • Ben Bond
      Ben Bond 2 months ago

      Chris Browne trust me, all eyes are on the 777x now. If it isn’t safe, it won’t fly

  • Ivelin Stanchev
    Ivelin Stanchev 2 months ago +2

    Do not fly with Boeing anymore

    • Fs777
      Fs777 2 months ago +1

      Elaine Blackhurst Yes that's exactly what I thing. Boeing aircrafts have flown since years now and they showed us their safety. I believe that you can get on the MAX the day it's gonna fly again because normaly, every tests would have been done correctly. We may still wait a year to make sure the airplane is safe.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +1

      Fs777 No just Max. I’m from Uk got on Boeing 737. The one with wing problems last week from Uk to Italy. Ryanair had plane all sorted before our flight. Flight was good no Turbulance either service good plane not bad leg room but I have to Say Ryanair do like their bumpy landings nothing to do with craft though it got us safely down so I’ve not given up on all Boeing’s I’m reserving judgment till the report comes out
      I will not ever get on a Max fix and put my family at risk though👨‍✈️🇬🇧✈️🍀👩‍✈️

    • Fs777
      Fs777 2 months ago +1

      Why ?

  • Arjun & Anjali
    Arjun & Anjali 2 months ago +1

    800th like!

  • Ritu Sharma
    Ritu Sharma 2 months ago +1

    0:44 BUTTER!

  • Sebastian Contreras
    Sebastian Contreras 2 months ago +3

    Do you know anything about what's going on with Avianca?
    Avianca Brazil ceased operations (They had ordered 10 A350-900) and Avianca's first 787-9 (N797AV) has been delivered, but for some reason, it was flown to Abu Dhabi instead of Bogotá.

    • George L
      George L 2 months ago

      The 787-9 deal was a sale and lease-back between Avianca and SMBC Aviation Capital. The aircraft was delivered at Boeing’s plant in Everett and flown to Abu Dhabi for storage. The other two aircraft in that 3-aircraft order will be delivered in 2021. I don’t know what that deal was about or what airline would operate a single aircraft of the type for two years. That seems... not smart. I’m guessing United blocked the lease and is figuring out how to use the plane better. My guess is a lease to Etihad.

    • C C
      C C 2 months ago +1

      Sebastian Contreras there’s a lot going on there; basically United is running the show now after outing the mayor shareholder due to failure to pay a $456m loan.

  • Sebastian Contreras
    Sebastian Contreras 2 months ago +3

    I don't think you can currently sell a plane larger than a 777-9 tbh
    I don't think we'll ever see that giant plane, but as you said, you can't say never on this industry.

  • John Iii
    John Iii 2 months ago +3

    Boeing has a full plate these days. 777-10 is way down the priority list.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +2

      Correct indeed👨‍✈️🇬🇧🍀✈️👩‍✈️

  • S0GGy FlaNNel
    S0GGy FlaNNel 2 months ago +1

    Big metal bird

  • JeyDe
    JeyDe 2 months ago +1

    The-10 could not be streched that much tho. Otherwise it would not fix the normal 80x80x80 (LxWxH; m,m,ft) Boxes at airports. The -10x is already about 77m long (and you cant just put a folding rear end on a plane ;) )

    • Jon Jackson
      Jon Jackson 2 months ago +1

      JeyDe 3 meters is 3 more rows of seats and at least one more pallet position. That’s substantial.

    • Baron D
      Baron D 2 months ago +1

      JeyDe or could you🤔

  • cell pat
    cell pat 2 months ago

    To me its not a matter of if, but when. The moment airlines want a bigger plane, the 10x will make it's entrance I'm absolutely positive we will see it. It will be on the 275 - 300 foot long range. We got the wings and the engines needed, so Boeing is ready to build it when the moment is right.

  • Sean Rana
    Sean Rana 2 months ago

    Interesting... Boeing builds by the demand for the product. Smart model! However, I believe that the demand could follow the product. If Boeing builds a compelling aircraft, enthusiasts and airlines would definitely look towards that!!

  • Thailand Rose
    Thailand Rose 2 months ago +2

    The 777 series has been one of Boeing's greatest achievements, but right now they need to step back and clean up their act. The 737 is grounded probably until the end of the year and the 787 Screamliner is being investigated for faulty workmanship and complaints from the airlines on how they being delivered. The Charleston plant is totally low paid, non-skilled, non-union labor and its showing it's true colors.

    • Elaine Blackhurst
      Elaine Blackhurst 2 months ago +3

      Dont start me off again on my thoughts on Boeing Screamliners🇬🇧🍀👨‍✈️✈️👩‍✈️

  • Chrome Diesel
    Chrome Diesel 2 months ago +4

    Time will tell when airlines will go full on replacing their quad engine jets and so as existing twin engine.

  • Garrett Green
    Garrett Green 2 months ago +5

    Maybe in a decade or so. After most of the A380s have been retired and the industry shifts to make slot space more scarce.

  • Michael Dessero
    Michael Dessero 2 months ago +1

    That picture was of Kevin McAllister, not Ray Connor

  • Cheesecake HD
    Cheesecake HD 2 months ago +1

    The 777-10x wouldn't be needed. It would be a financial deserter and the stats could also be rather disappointing.

    • Ching Wei Xion
      Ching Wei Xion 2 months ago +1

      @Cheesecake HD yeap. so imagine the B777-10 with a range of just 10,000km.

    • Cheesecake HD
      Cheesecake HD 2 months ago

      @Ching Wei Xion And even the -9 is already lacking in range at just over 13.000 km.

    • Ching Wei Xion
      Ching Wei Xion 2 months ago +1

      @Cheesecake HD Agree. The main problem with the B777-10 is that it will share the same characteristics (good and bad) of the B787-10. Like the B787-10, By just simply stretching it, the aircraft will lack the field performance and range for long haul operations effectively limiting the aircraft to under 10hrs of flight distance. For such a large aircraft that seats 450pax, this limitations will be quite deterring unless boeing invest in heavily modifying the aircraft to give it a similar range and performance to the B747.

  • Alex Bregman
    Alex Bregman 2 months ago +1

    I’m confused , is the triple seven X different then the triple seven- ten

    • Alex Bregman
      Alex Bregman 2 months ago

      Redlock ok thx

    • Alex Bregman
      Alex Bregman 2 months ago

      xruud24 ok thx

    • Redlock
      Redlock 2 months ago +1

      The 777X is just the letter X (because marketing wanks think it's cool). It's not the Roman numeral for ten = X. It is confusing, I agree.

    • xruud24
      xruud24 2 months ago

      x is next generation so it is either the -8/-9 or -10

  • Omari Joseph
    Omari Joseph 2 months ago +1

    I just love the B777 and B787 & A350..i think those are nicest...

  • Xenerous
    Xenerous 2 months ago +1

    Its so pretentious for someone to call an airplane a 'bird'

  • Brady Zollars
    Brady Zollars 2 months ago

    That’ll be a big beautiful bird!

  • Ahmed Ghaddah
    Ahmed Ghaddah 2 months ago

    Hello
    Before all, I would like to thank you for all of your videos! They’re indeed very informative!
    I would like to know your opinion and get more details on Airbus blames that their A350-1000 has the Same payload as B777X with 45tone less in Take off weight.
    Keep up the good work

    • xruud24
      xruud24 2 months ago +2

      they dont have the same payload capability?

  • Peizxcv
    Peizxcv 2 months ago +1

    Let’s hope it won’t replace 777-300ER as the loudest plane in the sky

    • Peizxcv
      Peizxcv 2 months ago +1

      Fs777 Airlines that haven’t replace their fleet with A350

    • Fs777
      Fs777 2 months ago

      Peizxcv Who still flies 777-300ER ?

    • Peizxcv
      Peizxcv 2 months ago

      Fs777 Who still flies 747 and 737?

    • Fs777
      Fs777 2 months ago

      The 777-300ER is really not the loudest plane in the sky. Have you ever heard a 747 on takeoff or even a 737 ?

  • Aerospace Rules
    Aerospace Rules 2 months ago +3

    I think there is not much interests in the 777-10 as no airline has expressed their interests

    • Ching Wei Xion
      Ching Wei Xion 2 months ago

      @steinwaldmadchen interesting that you mentioned the B777-300 (non-ER). It is a 380pax short/medium haul aircraft. It is possibly the closest thing to the B777-10.
      We know for sure which airport will likely see the B777-10. But it's orders will likely be scattered across various airlines operating the aircraft in the single digit number.

    • steinwaldmadchen
      steinwaldmadchen 2 months ago

      The question will be who want a 777-10, and how much they’re demanding from it.
      Let’s say, if Emirates plus 1 or 2 more customers are happy with a 10-hour twinjet ever, probably it’s justifiable for Boeing to build it. If they demand more that would be tricky.
      After all, 753s, 764s, 773s and 77Ls are all niche variants with less than 100 orders.

    • Ching Wei Xion
      Ching Wei Xion 2 months ago

      The main problem with the B777-10 is that it will share the same characteristics (good and bad) of the B787-10. Like the B787-10, By just simply stretching it, the aircraft will lack the field performance and range for long haul operations effectively limiting the aircraft to under 10hrs of flight distance. For such a large aircraft that seats 450pax, this limitations will be quite deterring unless boeing invest in heavily modifying the aircraft to give it a similar range and performance to the B747.

  • BS MM TT7
    BS MM TT7 2 months ago

    The 777X is the new 747