Boeing 777 - the best airliner of the XX century. History and description

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  • lightning9
    lightning9 15 hours ago

    Everytime I see the 777, I think - 'look at the size of those freakin engines!'
    Everytime I see the A380, I think 'look at the size of those wings!'

  • Ahmad
    Ahmad Day ago

    I’m glad I found this channel. The videos on planes are well-researched and provide a lot of interesting information for laymen like me.
    - Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

  • Jean Macagnan
    Jean Macagnan 2 days ago

    Acho que é uns 400 milhões de dólares um um

  • Mike Henderson
    Mike Henderson 3 days ago

    I am a Boeing retiree. The 777 was my favorite project. Very proud of this airplane and it's safety record. Keep buying and flying Boeing! Keep those retirement checks coming! :-)

  • amadeusb4
    amadeusb4 3 days ago

    Well done. Now that the A380 is dead, I'm sure Boeing's plans have changes as well.

  • Louis Wiley
    Louis Wiley 3 days ago

    Flew on one in 2011 Chicago to So. Korea, quite an airplane. this was on Korean Airlines.

  • Libor Ocetek
    Libor Ocetek 4 days ago

    :) ;)

  • Maro Ugarkovic
    Maro Ugarkovic 7 days ago +1

    A350 XWB is the best by far!

  • Mickael Loe-A-Fook
    Mickael Loe-A-Fook 8 days ago +1

    I believe the better and most beautiful plane , is the " A 350 neo XWB carbon fiber " ! .

  • Exciter
    Exciter 8 days ago +1

    If I could marry a machine, I would marry the 777 of Boeing Corp.

  • Tony Graham
    Tony Graham 8 days ago

    Borat? Lol

  • Snarge22
    Snarge22 9 days ago

    Regarding those 777x folding wingtips, they don't look very long until one realizes each on is actually 11 feet long, so not insubstantial. And I believe the engine nacelle diameter is larger than the fuselage of a 737. There certainly is some cool items with the 777.
    An interesting thought is with extend ranges of smaller airplanes like the 787 and even maybe future upgrades of a variety of airplanes with newer more fuel efficient engines, does that crowd in on the sales of larger airplanes? I think it does due to the ease and flexibility of filling and routing smaller airplanes.

  • Future Pilot
    Future Pilot 10 days ago

    320 vs 737
    380 vs 747
    350 vs 777

  • Future Pilot
    Future Pilot 10 days ago

    Yeah. X is a cool letter

  • Jr Woodson
    Jr Woodson 12 days ago

    That the only airplane they should be made

  • reza mungur
    reza mungur 15 days ago +1

    777X is a promissing and value flight for 2020 generation

  • Ken Phillips
    Ken Phillips 17 days ago

    Well it might be good but only if Boeing does not repeat its failures with the 737Max. Boeing has major compensation to pay to the bereaved families whose dead are a result of Boeing criminally failing to inform pilots of critical new procedures.

  • ChuffChuffWoo
    ChuffChuffWoo 17 days ago

    777 don't crash, they bounce! ;)

  • Sheraad190
    Sheraad190 17 days ago +1

    Thank you for this video. You have no idea how much this helped me in my pilots interview with a major Asian carrier. The 777 fleet manager and I talked for 45 minutes about this aircraft. And I got hired!

  • Delta 001
    Delta 001 18 days ago

    SkyShips, what was the music at 22:31

  • A Swiss Misanthrope
    A Swiss Misanthrope 19 days ago

    Wow, a lot of Boeing fanboys here with inferiority complex and a strong case of nationalism. Not toxic whatsoever, not toxic at all...
    Don't get me wrong, I like the 777 a lot, but I hate Boeing as a company. They profit off Murica waging illegal, offensive wars against other countries, which didn't attack them.

  • Keystone Guardian
    Keystone Guardian 23 days ago

    Great video friend!! Bravo.

  • Simon Barr
    Simon Barr 23 days ago

    Anyone else fervently wish that fucking Grammarly would fuck off and die?????

  • Zhiqian Du
    Zhiqian Du 24 days ago

    1:50 Hey you! The right engine with white dot! What are you doing there?

  • SkylineToTheSeaAndMe
    SkylineToTheSeaAndMe 25 days ago

    Until the Asiana Airlines incident there had been no fatalities (and I believe the 777 program is the safest wide-body program of all time still). None of the fatalities were a result of design fault, or parts/ manufacturing/ or maintenance fault. I must comment also, that I love your sense of humor (occasionally injected :) Great videos.

  • Carlo Mendez
    Carlo Mendez 27 days ago

    the GOAT, 777.

  • Banti A
    Banti A 27 days ago

    777 is so far best and economical. Except ice crystal issue with BA crash having no fatalities but Asiana crash on SFO runway was pilot error and Malaysia airlines was again pilot suicidal and another hit by missile in wrong flying region...technically considering not even a single fatality in 777 with actual airplane problem

  • Sutris Sutris
    Sutris Sutris 28 days ago

    Hello sky kapan saya bisa terbang bersama kamu Gratis

  • Bobby Paluga
    Bobby Paluga Month ago

    Boeing says the 777X will have engine diameters the same size as a 737 fuselage diameter. Wow.

  • Phil Rabe
    Phil Rabe Month ago

    Oh, boy, I want to chime in on two safety issues: On the Emirates crash landing, people stopped, checked the seat back pockets and calmly removed personal items from the overhead bins... THE EFFING PLANE WAS ALREADY ON FIRE!!!!
    And the second one was the in cabin depressurization where people just put the O2 mask over their mouth. Not their mouth And nose as directed by every damn safety speech anyone has Ever heard before a flight... ARRRGH!

  • Coleen West
    Coleen West Month ago

    SKYSHIPS ENG - You totally mislead here. The Russians shot down on plane - not the fault of Boeing. An islamist plot for Malaysia Airlines murdered everyone by intentionally ditching his plane - not boeing's fault. The pilot in Dubai messed up and crashed the plane and no passengers were injured or died - not boeing's fault. The pilot who crashed on landing didn't even know how to land the plane and crashed like an idiot - definitely not Boeing's fault. The British Airways crash was more complicated and is a valid point - the fuel freezing crystals thing had to do with the engine itself and although not made by Boeing it is close enough to being a Boeing product issue - but no one died in the crash. Out of all your examples, exactly ZERO people died because of this plane. None. Idiot suicidal pilots and war zone shoot downs simply don't count. The 777 is easily the world's safest airplane.

  • Trinavara
    Trinavara Month ago

    @ 13:12 That's a big private jet..

  • ED CHRISTOFFERSEN
    ED CHRISTOFFERSEN Month ago

    First time I saw this magnificent plane was on a Delta flight from Concinnati, Ohio to Istanbul. We flew business class and it was the best flight I ever took. The plane is so stable and spacious inside ! Now that Delta has abandoned Cincinnati as a hub, I am sure there will never be another flight to Istanbul.

  • D Judson
    D Judson Month ago

    So it was designed to hold 325 passengers. Let me guess, the airlines are squeezing in 500...LOL

  • lukey1210
    lukey1210 Month ago

    777er launch customer was Eva Air not Air France

  • thecman26
    thecman26 Month ago

    For some reason I want to drink much vodka!?

  • Donald Clifford
    Donald Clifford Month ago

    Boeing aircraft and GE engines. Perfect.

  • d4961
    d4961 Month ago +1

    The narrator needs to work on his English pronunciation - it's laughable.

    • SkylineToTheSeaAndMe
      SkylineToTheSeaAndMe 25 days ago

      While your comment may not be incorrect, do you speak Russian fluently (or any 2nd language)?

  • Haakon Dahl
    Haakon Dahl Month ago

    "The circumstances of both disasters are -- *Putin* it mildly -- complex."

  • Haakon Dahl
    Haakon Dahl Month ago

    I recognize you from CRH :-)

  • Michael Tapper
    Michael Tapper Month ago

    IceCrystals. OMG

  • 8132razor
    8132razor Month ago

    777 has very noisy cabin compare than airbus. i think that because the ge90x engine

  • Anonymous Hippopotamus

    I flew from Europe to India on a 777 in the 1990s. It's THE greatest jet plane I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing.

  • Gregory Ho
    Gregory Ho Month ago

    Plot twist: GE9X will suffer problems during EIS just like every other powerplant in recent history

  • cell pat
    cell pat Month ago

    22:29 - "fast flights and soft landings to you." I like your coinphrase.

  • cell pat
    cell pat Month ago

    I'm hoping the 10x will be the first 300 ft. jetliner. Im hoping they will eventually build it

  • cell pat
    cell pat Month ago

    none of the accidents were caused by the plane itself. all were due to human error and terrorism.

  • Claude Bedard
    Claude Bedard Month ago

    The 777 has long been the preferred jet of passengers by a 3:1 margin over the A330/A340 family. I concur!! The 777 is the most comfortable jet I have flown in.

  • asianbubbleteapilotboiiiBOEING777-8X

    what about the 777-200/300 LR?

  • asianbubbleteapilotboiiiBOEING777-8X

    737 on steroids=757
    757 on steroids=767
    767 on steroids=777
    777 on BEST steroids=777X-9

  • BlackPanther X
    BlackPanther X Month ago

    Guys do you think that almost 48000 Gallons of fuel is stored in the wings?

  • Antonio Aguila
    Antonio Aguila Month ago +1

    AIRBUS A380 is best ....

  • John Larson
    John Larson Month ago

    At the 17:28 mark, just wondering if anyone caught the author’s reference to Steve Jobs and Apple. Although the author shows current Apple CEO Tim Cook, he references the infamous Steve Jobs remark of, “One More Thing,” three simple words that attendees sat anxiously awaiting to hear while in their seats at Apple’s product demonstrations each year.
    Anyway...just wondering if others saw it.

  • Stephen Mandel
    Stephen Mandel Month ago

    The best flight I ever had was on 777 from Amsterdam to NYC operated by KLM . Great plane , great service. On time. It is what air travel should be. I understand four engine aircraft are too costly to operate, but my old love was the 747. I flew it many times and grew to love it.

  • Pythagorasaurus Rex

    I had the honor to have flown with three pax sub-models (200ER, 200LR, 300ER) with United Airlines and Air Canada. I really loved the flights, what a great plane.

  • Kizito Tenthani
    Kizito Tenthani Month ago

    For me it is 2019

  • Cyprian FernsNZ
    Cyprian FernsNZ Month ago

    I think Boeing can be justly proud of the safety and reliabilty of this aircraft....

  • Ahmadzia Hatami
    Ahmadzia Hatami Month ago

    The triple 7 is a beauty.

  • Vladimir Tchuiev
    Vladimir Tchuiev Month ago

    Do Boeing actually need a 80m long plane to compete with the Airbus A380? As much as the A380 is great, it's commercially flopping because it was build for an outdated financial model.

  • Rocco P
    Rocco P Month ago

    I know most airlines have adopted the 3-4-3 configuration in cattle class, but I thought the original standard was 3-3-3. Who was the first airline to squeeze 10 across in the 777?

  • Ken Phillips
    Ken Phillips Month ago

    Speaking solely as a passenger I prefer to fly A330 and even A340 rather than 777.

  • TheSushiraw
    TheSushiraw Month ago +1

    *AIRBUS fans I can't hear you!!!*

  • Mark S
    Mark S Month ago

    The 777 is NOT the best airliner of this century. The Bombardier C-Series jets now known as the Airbus A220, are because they are 100 percent new. A radical new type of jet engine that has a gearbox inside it to reduce noise by 75 percent and reduce the use of fuel by 22 percent. The shape of the fuselage is also radical, because it's not egg shaped like every other plane in the world. Bombardier made the side walls much more straight up and down, so it's not shaped like other planes. This allows more width at the head and the feet with straighter, less curved walls. The washrooms in the economy section can accept an airline wheelchair. No other economy section plane can do that. The overhead bins are 6 inches lower than any other plane. The overhead bins can accept three full size IATA 26 inch suitcases nose first. The isles are wider, the windows are the same size as a Boeing 777 and every row of seats gets it's own window. The seats are the widest in economy with the middle seat 19 inches wide, in every single version of the plane. No other plane has that in economy section. The noise wave heard on the ground is significantly less than any other jet of the same power, by over 55 percent, allowing the Bombardier CS100 and CS300 to take off and land late at night without breaking noise rules for airports. Oh, yes, the 108 to 130 passenger Bombardier CS100 now A220-100, can take off and land fully loaded in hot weather in less than 5,000 feet which is 1524 meters. This is a much shorter runway distance required, than either of the other two Bombardier RJ or regional jets the CRJ900 and the CRJ1000. This is a radical new jet in every way. It's the only 100 percent all new single isle jet in over 2 decades. As the song says...."Can't Touch This". The Boeing 777 is just a copy of other jets with a couple of tweaks, here and there. Just the facts, just the facts. Delta will start flying the first of their 75 Bombardier CS100 jets from NYC in a few weeks, i think the 1st route is LGA to Boston the last few days of January, then LGA to LAX and LGA to Dallas to start. Delta also is very smart because they signed the deal with an Option of another 50 of these WHISPERJETS. Saving 22 percent on fuel burn will make this cheaper to operate than even a 5 year old Boeing 737.

  • Beagle76
    Beagle76 Month ago

    GE put significant money into the development of this aircraft in exchange for exclusive application. This money also include engineering input which from my understanding means that GE provides an propulsion package not just an engine. This includes the FADEC engine control system.. Boeing has done the same thing with the 787 and the 777X.to keep development costs down.

  • Immanuel O.
    Immanuel O. Month ago

    Even though English isn't your first language, I'm amazed at how well your grammar is and your range of vocabulary! Keep making these descriptive and awesome videos! I love your content!!

  • usmale 49
    usmale 49 2 months ago

    I am so glad that I found your channel. Your videos are FANTASTIC and flawless. Your narration only adds to your videos. I like the way you explain everything and I am actually gaining some knowledge from you. Thank you so very much!!!

  • Paulo Yoshizaki
    Paulo Yoshizaki 2 months ago +1

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  • David Schooley
    David Schooley 2 months ago

    Two of the most beautiful airplanes in the skies, 747 and the 777. Sorry Airbus you don't even come close.

  • Music Feign
    Music Feign 2 months ago

    Work for a major u.s. carrier for over 40 years, seen many aircraft, variants, size, not only has the industry changed , the 777 has a place everywhere , worldwide, any route. I will say I was shocked at some routes my airline flew with the 777. It’s a roomy, comfortable airplane for long haul. Very popular with our customers, crew rests are much better than old. Most u.s. carriers seem to hold on to their airplanes longer than most, so united, delta and American do not have plans anytime soon to replace the current fleet. However in a few years they will have to and I’m sure they will choose 777x and ge9x. Makes all the sense in the world. Meanwhile Boeing hopefully will be pouring out the 797. Favorite variant is the -300. A most perfect aircraft for everyone and in my opinion large enough.

  • Star Dust
    Star Dust 2 months ago

    God bless Boeing 777.

  • le bailli des savoies
    le bailli des savoies 2 months ago

    what are your criterias to award it " best airliner of xx century" , esthetical criterias i guess... it was involved in serious incidents and accidents this last decade if you make a research....
    The 767 and 757 family has much better safety records.

  • toni mulyana
    toni mulyana 2 months ago

    BOEING

  • Airliner guy
    Airliner guy 2 months ago

    Are you russian

  • Letzebourger
    Letzebourger 2 months ago

    777 - best airliner of the 20.century?

    The best airliner was the Lockheed L1011-500.
    And No.2 was the DC 3.
    And No.3 was the Concord.
    No doubt about!

  • Yuri Tovbin
    Yuri Tovbin 2 months ago

    Отвратное произношение и грамматические ошибки. За это- дислайк.

  • Yuri Tovbin
    Yuri Tovbin 2 months ago

    Зачем русский читает английский текст?

  • Bobby Paluga
    Bobby Paluga 2 months ago

    Yes, I did mean transponder along with other communication devices that update the companies technical support people on engine efficiency for example or dispatch, collision avoidance functions, internet services etc.. When the pilots or just the captain of MH370 switched off their transponder and the other devices' I'm trying to recall ,they were truly lost and invisible to the rest of the world. I agree that while your aircraft is on the ground you don't want to be distracted with verbal traffic. I don't want any more PAs or cockpit and cabin staff to lose their lives as those on 370 did. Whether it's ECAS if there is such a thing or the transponder we can't allow all the communication/tracking functions to be switched off in cruising airliners. THANKS for responding to my comment GH, Jam

  • Hellstorm
    Hellstorm 2 months ago

    О, вы из англии;)

  • Shariq
    Shariq 2 months ago +1

    WTF is this : 10:10

    • Shariq
      Shariq 2 months ago

      GH1618 i thought it looked ugly :P

    • GH1618
      GH1618 2 months ago

      Shariq - The 747 SP is a long-range version.

  • Boy Gilo
    Boy Gilo 2 months ago

    It can fly 22 hours non stop, no other passenger plane can

  • 6120mcghee
    6120mcghee 2 months ago

    The 777. Baddest plane in the sky along with the Queen, the 747. Making Airbust look like shit since like forever!

  • Scott D
    Scott D 2 months ago

    If I'm ever involved in a plane crash I want it to be in a 777. It seems to be pretty safe to crash in.😀✈💥

  • Aviation Nut
    Aviation Nut 2 months ago

    The 777 is just amazing. It's the best and most successful twin engine wide body aircraft ever. I am sure the 777X will be another success, can't wait to see it's first flight. That picture at 10:59 is just amazing, you can really see the huge size difference between a 737 and a 777.

  • Bobby Paluga
    Bobby Paluga 2 months ago

    I don’t quite understand why any pilot can shut down his airliner’s transceiver and other communication devices while airborne. Will this option be discontinued after the “highjacked” MH370, was able to lose itself in the Indian Ocean?

    • GH1618
      GH1618 2 months ago

      Bobby Paluga - You must mean “transponder.” The reason the transponder can be shot off is that you don’t want all the aircraft on the ground at airports responding and clogging up the radar screens.

    • Jam Dee
      Jam Dee 2 months ago

      Like any computer, the transponders sometimes fail, and the first thing the controller tells the aircraft is, "recycle transponder, squawk XXXX" ..... That entails turning it off, and back on -- basically a reboot ......

  • Ace Falcon
    Ace Falcon 2 months ago

    #teamboeing

  • Sheng Han
    Sheng Han 2 months ago +1

    Anyone think there is some serious conspiracy shit behind the Malaysian flight disappearance?

    • GH1618
      GH1618 2 months ago

      Sheng Han - Nope.

  • mike Wolfe
    mike Wolfe 2 months ago

    Narrated by borat

  • Daniel Munch
    Daniel Munch 2 months ago

    Did anyone else notice the F-15’s at 5:53? So cool

  • Alexandre BAS
    Alexandre BAS 3 months ago

    The best is Airbus...

  • Holden Craig
    Holden Craig 3 months ago

    Vodka drunk fake country blasts civilian commercial jet out of the sky with commie missilies. Not complicated in the slightest.

  • BgbadWulof
    BgbadWulof 3 months ago

    What this video tells me is stay away from Malaysian Airlines.

  • Vi Le
    Vi Le 3 months ago

    747 -400 GASOLINE

  • Homo Quantum Sapiens
    Homo Quantum Sapiens 3 months ago

    Huh, nope the 777 is really uncomfortable for the passengers in the back, terrible shaking during even slight turbulence. I avoid the 777 when I can.

  • brian lane
    brian lane 3 months ago

    I think Fed Ex is the only company that still flies Dc 10s.At least when they crash hopefully they only kill the crew.What a piece of shit aircraft.

  • Lazaro Gomez
    Lazaro Gomez 3 months ago

    Excellent video!

  • Thomas Sayles
    Thomas Sayles 3 months ago

    I was able to fly in the 777 five times on very long flights to three continents in five days and enjoyed it, it was a very smooth and comfortable plane. It was a very long plane in my perception.

  • Zevin X
    Zevin X 3 months ago

    Thanks for this video, I fly often to Asia from the United States, recently all my trips have been booked through Chinese airlines and they seem to use allot of 777-300er/lr, Originally i didn't think much of the plane (didn't know much about it) But i always missed and preferred the 747 i grew up with. However after watching this, i have a whole new appreciation for the 777 series, fantastic planes.

  • John Anderson
    John Anderson 3 months ago

    Best sardine can flying today.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 months ago

    McDonald Douglass DC 10 is still the most gracefull proportional airplane built, with the 747 a close 2nd.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 months ago

    I do have to say though, I dont like the squat ass tails on almost all newer planes. The tail should slope up from bottom alway up practicaly. This alows for more rotation & less tail strike, especially on the longer planes. Not to mention it is so much more graceful when the top of fuselage is horizontally straight, in my humble opinion.