02 Jan, 2007 – Tokyo Metropolis
Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner into service making flight non-stop
The world’s longest-range commercial jetliner, the Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner, marks its first service starting from this month. The newest 777 to enter service is set to change how passengers travel and more flexibility to serve the nonstop routes that passengers demand.
The 777-200LR is capable of flying up to 9,450 nautical miles (17,500 km), enabling the airplane to connect virtually any two cities around the world nonstop. The company is going to put the Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner into South America routes and also flights to Africa letting passengers having a real direct flights.
The GE90-110B1L engines on the new worldliner amassed a 99.7 percent average schedule reliability rate and is in line with 777’s best-in-class schedule reliability.
The new Worldliner equipped with the latest Relaxing Cabin same as the Boeing 777-300ER on America and Caribbean Sea long haul routes providing most comfortable travel in the skies. At the same time all America routes will be flown by Boeing 777 family to fulfill passengers demand and contributing to the enviroment that Twinjet will now taking the main role of Himawari Airlines flights.
About Himawari Airlines,
Himawari Airlines established on year 1992 and it’s one of the world’s leading airlines in Asia which based at Tokyo, Japan. The company aim to provide “relax and enjoy” services by introducing new planes each year. The company concerned on environmental issues related it’s aerial services and put more than 1/4 of it’s income into sustainable developments.
About Boeing 777 family,
Boeing’s 777 family is one of the world’s most advanced, and the 777 is the only airplane to receive ETOPS (extended-range, twin-engine operations) certification upon first entering service. Thirty-four airlines have ordered approximately 641 Boeing 777s. The 777 has continually been selected by passengers as the most preferred airplane in its class by a margin of three-to-one. Since its launch, it has been the fastest selling twin engine airplane in history, outselling the closest competitor in its class despite entering service two years later.