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Old 03-28-2016, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Boeing House Livery 777-200ER

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I'm a huge 777 fan as well as Boeing house liveries but I'm having trouble finding pictures of the house livery on the 777-200ER. I know the 777-200 had the 757/767 house colors (white top, blue bottom, and a red stripe). The 777-300 was similar but all polished with the stripes. The 777-300ER had the white globe livery. The 777-200LR had the original Dreamliner livery. So what did the 777-200ER have? Was it just in the launch customer's livery?

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just search 'boeing 777 prototype' in google
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There was no 777-200ER prototype per se. The first 777-200, N771, was a "A" market 777. The 777-200ER was the "B" market model, originally called the 777-200IGW, IGW for Increased Gross Weight.
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There was no 777-200ER prototype per se. The first 777-200, N771, was a "A" market 777. The 777-200ER was the "B" market model, originally called the 777-200IGW, IGW for Increased Gross Weight.
Wouldn't they still need a test/certification aircraft or was it able to be certified with the 777-200 N7771 frame?
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Wouldn't they still need a test/certification aircraft or was it able to be certified with the 777-200 N7771 frame?
If I remember correctly, one of the aircraft that took part in the flight test program was a 200IGW, and since 99% of the ER is in common with the standard -200, it was a simple process to certify it using the existing 5 aircraft in the test fleet.
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