Is b777 easy to fly?
So yes, the 777 is just as capable as flying just as fast and as far as the 747 could. They are both able to fly the same long distance routes such as London to Tokyo, Los Angeles to Hong Kong, and from Singapore to New York.
Do Pilots like flying the 777?
Many pilots cite the B777 as their favourite plane to fly, including Cathay Pacific’s Caroline Williams. When asked about her favourite plane to pilot, she commented “the B777 of course! It’s like an old friend after flying it for so long, you become so comfortable with it and with what it can do.”
What is the most armored fighter jet?
The most heavily armoured version, Fw 190 A-8/R2, carried 337.3 Kg of armour, that’s an extra 191.6 Kg (more than 422lb) of armour.
Is the Boeing 747 the safest aircraft to fly?
On occasion, Boeing has had issues with the safety records of some of their aircraft, including the recent 737 MAX. However, the 747 doesn’t seem to have that same issue. In fact, of all the aircraft flying today, you are least likely to die on a 747 as it is one of the safest aircraft currently flown.
Is the Boeing 737 better than the Boeing 747?
When debating the 737 vs 747, many people will point out that the 737 is better than the 747 in many different ways, such as: Boeing’s best ever aircraft (in terms of units sold!) The 737 has flown more miles than the 747 ever could! More fuel efficient (per mile flown) than the 747!
Will the Boeing 777 become Boeing’s largest aircraft?
The 777, on the other hand, was never meant to be Boeing’s largest aircraft. Instead, it was meant to be a large, long range aircraft that could fill the market that the 747 was too big to fill. However, the 747’s retirement is making the latter look more likely to become Boeing’s largest aircraft!
How safe is the A380 compared to the 737?
747 is drastically safer than the 737 based on the number of crashes and fatalities! Truly unique (the A380 was only an attempt to replicate the 747, that failed) Very nostalgic- many people flew on these aircraft as children, and their earliest aviation memories we of so!