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ALC takes delivery of its first of 15 new Boeing 777-300 ERs

Boeing (Chicago and Seattle) and Air Lease Corporation (ALC) (Los Angeles) celebrated the direct delivery of the first of 15 777-300 ERs (Extended Range) from its existing order pipeline with the manufacturer. This 777-300 ER, the eighth 777 in ALC’s fleet, is one of two delivering to British Airways (London) on long-term lease from the lessor. The second 777-300 ER (777-336 ER G-STBL, msn 42124) for British Airways is scheduled to be delivered from Boeing in July 2014.

The aircraft involved is Boeing 777-336 ER G-STBK (msn 42121), handed over to British Airways on May 28.

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Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil/AirlinersGallery.com. Sister ship Boeing 777-36N ER G-STBE (msn 38696) arrives back at the London (Heathrow) base.

British Airways: AG Slide Show

Philippines introduces the Boeing 777-300 ER to the Manila-Los Angeles route

Philippines (Philippine Airlines) (Manila) today (May 3) introduces the Boeing 777-300 ER on the Manila-Los Angeles route.

Copyright Photo: John Adlard/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 777-36N ER RP-C7777 (msn 37709) arrives down under in Sydney, Australia.

Philippines: AG Slide Show

Ethiopian Airlines takes delivery of its first Boeing 777-300 ER via GECAS, enters service today

Ethiopian 777-300 ET-APX (03)(Tko)(Ethiopian)(LRW)

Boeing (Chicago) has delivered a 777-300 ER (Extended Range) jet to GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) for lease to Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa). The 777-300 ER is now the largest airplane in the Ethiopian flag-carrier’s fleet and will provide it with increased capacity and improved operating economics on key routes from its base in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

The pictured 777-36N ER ET-APX (msn 42101) was handed over on November 7 as scheduled.

Ethiopian’s first 777-300 ER will seat nearly 400 passengers in a two-class configuration and perfectly complements its existing fleet of six 777-200 LR (Longer Range) airplanes by providing additional capacity and flexibility on popular routes, such as Guangzhou, Washington, D.C. and Dubai.

The 777-300 ER can fly up to 7,825 nautical miles (14,490 kilometers) and is equipped with GE90-115B engines, the world’s most powerful commercial jet engine. Ethiopian’s 777-300ER also features the Boeing Signature Interior that offers wider seats, wider aisles, more headroom and more seating flexibility.

Ethiopian currently serves 76 destinations across five continents and was recently awarded African Business of the Year at the annual African Business Awards. The carrier’s partnership with Boeing stretches back over six decades, with a current fleet of nearly 50 Boeing airplanes that includes Next-Generation 737s, 757s, 767s, 777s, and 787 Dreamliners and a cargo fleet that includes 757s, 777 Freighters and a MD-11.

The airline issued this statement:

Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable African airline, took delivery of the first of its four Boeing 777-300 ERs on November 7, 2013. The Boeing 777-300 ER is the largest aircraft in the airline’s fleet with 400 passengers seating capacity.

Ethiopian Boeing 777-300 ER will operate in its dense routes such as Guangzhou, Washington D.C., Dubai and Luanda. The aircraft is scheduled to serve the Addis Ababa – Luanda route three times a week, as of November 10, 2013, and three times a week on the Addis Ababa – Guangzhou route, as of November 15, 2013.

Ethiopian, which is a multi-award winning Pan-African carrier as the Passenger Choice “Best Airline in Africa” and the SKYTRAX “Best Staff Service in Africa” of 2013, will phase in three additional B777-300ERs in January 2014, May and June 2015.

Copyright Photo: Ethiopian Airlines.

Ethiopian Airlines: AG Slide Show

Ethiopian Airlines to take delivery of its first Boeing 777-300 ER on November 7

Ethiopian 777-300ER (03)(Flt)Ethiopian)(LR)

Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa) will take delivery of its first Boeing 777-300 ER on November 7. Boeing 777-36N ER ET-APX (msn 42101) is the first of four and is currently being painted for the handover.

The new 777-300 ER will operate on Ethiopian’s dense routes such as from Addis Ababa to Guangzhou (China), Washington (Dulles) D.C., Dubai and Luanda. The aircraft is scheduled to serve the Addis Ababa – Luanda route three times a week, as of November 10, 2013, and three times a week on the Addis Ababa – Guangzhou route starting on November 15, 2013.

In other news, Ethiopian will extend its system to Singapore on December 3, 2013 with three weekly flights. The new flights to Singapore will be operated with Boeing 767-300 aircraft with 24 seats in Ethiopian Cloud Nine Business Class and 211 seats in Economy class.

Flight Days From To Departure Arrival
ET626 TU/THU/SA Addis Ababa Singapore(via BKK) 00:40 18:15
ET627 TU/THU/SA Singapore(via BKK) Addis Ababa 22:45 06:25

Image: Ethiopian Airlines.

Ethiopian Airlines: AG Slide Show

Philippines’ fiscal first quarter net profits drops to $31.6 million

Philippines (Philippine Airlines) (Manila) fiscal first quarter (ending on June 30) net profit dipped to $31.6 million.

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Copyright Photo: Nick Dean. The first Boeing 777-36N ER RP-C7777 (msn 37709) climbs away from Everett (Paine Field).

Emirates Airline officially orders 30 additional Boeing 777-300 ERs

Emirates Airlines (Dubai) today officially announced an order for 30 additional Boeing 777-300 ERs (Extended Range) at the 2010 Farnborough International Air Show. Eighteen of these were previously attributed to an unidentified customer on Boeing’s Orders and Deliveries website.

Copyright Photo: TMK Photography. Boeing 777-36N ER A6-ECO (msn 37706) is pictured at Toronto (Pearson).