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The 777-200LR ("LR" for Longer Range), the C-market model, became the world's longest-range commercial airliner when it entered service in 2006. Boeing named this aircraft the Worldliner, highlighting its ability to connect almost any two airports in the world, although it is still subject to ETOPS restrictions. It has a maximum range of 9,380 nm17,371,760 m
56,993,963.296 ft. The -200LR was intended for ultra-long-haul routes such as Los Angeles to Singapore, or Dallas to Tokyo. The -200LR features an increased MTOW and three optional auxiliary fuel tanks in the rear cargo hold. Other new features include raked wingtips, redesigned main landing gear, and additional structural strengthening. As with the -300ER and 777F, the -200LR is equipped with wingtip extensions of 3.90 m.
|ICAO code/WTC||B77L / H|
|Type Code/APC||L2J / C|
|Wing span||64.8 m212.598 ft|
|Length||63.7 m208.99 ft|
|Heigth||18.3 m60.039 ft|
|Powerplant||2 x GE 90-110B: 110,000 lbF (480 kN) or
GE 90-115B: 115,000 lbF (510 kN).
|Engine Model||General Electric GE90|
For further details consult EUROCONTROL Aircraft Performance Database:
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