Boeing announced changes to its production line for 2016 with a focus on narrowbody over widebody aircrafts.
Experience The Skies reported earlier that Air Canada will commence a retrofit program to bring the same on board experience on all its Boeing 777 aircrafts (refer to our coverage here for summery and tentative rollout schedule).
Boeing 777-300ER (extended range) have been the work horse for many airlines around the world since it’s introduction in 2004. It has a maximum range of 7,825 nautical miles (14,492 km), a maximum cargo hold of 7,640 cu ft (216 m3) or 44× LD3 and a passenger capacity of up to 550 in a one class configuration though most are used in a 3 to 4 class configuration seating around 350 passengers. This post introduces this variant with focus on passenger and range comparisons and new routes being planned by different airlines.
As reported by Experience The Skies on trending aviation news with corresponding insight, American Airlines (AA) and Korean Air Lines (KE) started its codeshare partnership on AA’s flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Incheon International Airport (ICN). Find more information on this partnership below.