How much does a 777F cost?

How much does a 777F cost?

Boeing’s order book currently includes 257 new 777-300ER models; 44 777F freighters; and 66 777X models. The list price for the 777-300ER is $320.2 million. That’s nearly $71 million more than the two-engine 787-9 which Boeing announced last summer and for which the company has taken orders for 404 planes.

What is the range of Boeing 777F?

9,070 km
777 Freighter/Range

How much does a second hand Boeing 777 cost?

Probably somewhere between $10 million and $60 million for a used 777-200ER. The low end is probably too low, just as the high end is — or soon will be — too high. JPMorgan’s analyst thinks a 10-year-old 777 is more accurately priced at around $43 million.

How much does a 777 cargo plane cost?

The Boeing 737-700, listed at an average price of just under 90 million U.S. dollars, is among the least expensive models, while the Boeing 777-9, priced at 442 million U.S. dollars, is among the most expensive ones on Boeing’s price list.

How much is a 777 200 worth?

The list price for a new 777-200ER is $277.3M, though after discounts and other considerations given to airlines, the price more likely falls to around $193-$196M.

How much is a BBJ MAX 7?

With an estimated completed price in the $100 million range, the Max 7, announced at the 2016 NBAA show, features CFM’s more fuel efficient LEAP-1B engines, a 70-sq-ft larger cabin than the BBJ1 and more luggage room in the lower lobe because the MAX 7 needs less volume there for auxiliary fuel tanks.

How much does a 777 pilot make?

The top pay for a Delta Airlines Captain is approximately $205,000, but those flying a Boeing 777 can potentially earn $298,500 per year plus bonuses, or as much as $350,000 in one year.

What is the heaviest airplane in the world?

The An-225 is the heaviest aircraft ever built, with a maximum takeoff weight of 710 tons. It holds the record for total airlifted payload at 559,580 pounds, as well as airlifted single-item payload at 418,830 pounds. It has the longest wingspan of any plane currently flying at 290 feet, and six freakin’ engines.