Boeing B777 Pilot Jobs
Boeing B777 Pilot Jobs for B777 Captains and First Officers - (Type Rated & Non-Type Rated)
Many airlines are recruiting qualified pilots for Boeing B777 Pilot Jobs. B777 Captains and B777 First Officers are eagerly sought after for international pilot jobs.
There are airlines currently advertising B777 Pilot Jobs – Captain and First Officer Flight Crew roles available around the world.
With exciting B777 Jobs across Asia including Vietnam, Korea, China and India, for both type-rated and non-type rated pilots, along with vacancies in Abu Dhabi, North America and Europe, opportunities for B777 pilots in the near future look bright. Check our current job listings to find out more about these overseas opportunities and information on working from these locations.
The Boeing B777 – a few facts.
- Since the first 777 entered service in June 1995, the airplane has flown almost five million flights and accumulated more than 18 million flight hours.
- There are 3 million parts in a 777 provided by 500 suppliers from around the world.
- In 2009, the 777 program delivered its 777th 777.
- On the 9-10th November 2005, a Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner set a new world record for distance traveled non-stop by a commercial jetliner. The 777-200LR set a record distance of 11,664 nautical miles (21,601 km) on a route traveling eastbound from Hong Kong to London (Heathrow). The flight lasted 22 hours and 42 minutes. The achievement was recognized by the U.S. National Aeronautics Association, The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale and the Guinness Book of Records.
- On 30th May 1995, the 777 became the first airplane in aviation history to earn U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval to fly extended-range twin-engine operations (ETOPS) at entry into service. On that date, the FAA awarded 180-minute ETOPS to the Pratt & Whitney-powered Boeing 777.
- The 777 is capable of cruising at altitudes up to 43,100 feet.
- Boeing engineers designed and electronically pre-assembled the 777 using computers. New laboratory facilities enabled the various airplane systems to be tested together as a single integrated entity in simulated flight conditions, before the first jetliner took to the air.
- The data shared and transferred on the network during the complete design phase of the new Boeing 777 program totalled 1,847,930,000,000 bytes of production data.
- Today’s 777 operators enjoy a 99.3 percent dispatch reliability rate — the highest amongst all twin-aisle airplanes in service today.
- The flight-control system for the 777 airplane is different from those on other Boeing airplane designs. Rather than have the airplane rely on cables to move the ailerons, elevator, and rudder, Boeing designed the 777 with fly-by-wire technology. As a result, the 777 uses wires to carry electrical signals from the pilot control wheel, column, and pedals to a primary flight computer.
- A lightly loaded 777 can accelerate from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in less than six seconds.
- Building the Boeing 777 on the move (planetalking.com)
- Singapore Airlines order eight Boeing 777-300ER aircraft (planetalkinglive.com)
- New environmental actions cut CO2 and fuel for Boeing 777 customers (planetalkinglive.com)