The Boeing 777, commonly known as the Triple Seven, stands as a wide-body airliner crafted and produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. This expansive twinjet was designed to serve as a replacement for older airliners while bridging the size gap between the larger 747 quadjet and the smaller 767. Seeking input from customers, Boeing engaged eight airliner companies in initial surveys and studies to formulate an appropriate design. The final configuration featured a glass cockpit and fly-by-wire control within a relatively straightforward airframe. The aircraft offered various cabin configurations, accommodating up to 440 passengers. United Airlines introduced the first production model, the 777-200, into service in 1995.
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