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Emirates reveals photos of its first Boeing 777X

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Emirates has released photos of its first Boeing 777X jet assembled at Boeing's Everett factory. Emirates published on its Twitter account several photos of its upcoming Boeing 777X painted with UAE colors. We’re proud to see the UAE flag for the first time on the Emirates Boeing 777X. Currently in production, the 777X combines the best features of today’s Boeing airplanes 777 with a longer fuselage, new engines, new composite wing design, greater cabin width & seating capacity the… (airlinerwatch.com) More...

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pilot62
Scott Campbell 1
Wake up doubters triple sevens have taken over the world already, Old, new and future models
bigkahuna400
bigkahuna400 -1
777 is a great plane no doubt....seems to be better made than band aided Max for sure !
thenotoriousrob
rob strong -5
Would love to know the benefits of this design vs increased risk in failure. Seems like an awful design with more potential for problems than benefits.
thenotoriousrob
rob strong 1
Instead of downvoting, how about you give your own opinion, or reasons why you think this is a superior design? I think the only reason for this plan is so they can park it at the gate without bumping other planes. prove me wrong.
bigkahuna400
bigkahuna400 -6
Dont we all know now that this plane like the Max will get "in-house approvals" and NOT FAA approvals to be certified....No thanks...no need to fly on this one either...Seems like another half baked "supposedly new" plane, but no, just new engines, winglets etc. Same ole 777 which is a great plane. Just keep making those and stop trying to push a new "variant" of the same plane again and again...Does Boeing actually have anything "truly new" on the drawing boards? Not that i have heard of...
Ironmask
John Smith 0
Yeah, not like Airbus and their clean sheet NEO designs?

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