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      1/400 Boeing 777-200 Freighter, 2004 Boeing Livery Features: - New 777-200 Freighter mold approved by Boeing - Highly authentic markings and colors - Die cast fuselage - 1/400 true-to-scale - Realistic landing gear included - Display stand included About the 777-200 Freighter The 777 Freighter (777F) is an all-cargo variant of the 777. Boeing has had some need for a large freighter to replace older 747F and MD-11F freighters. The increased payload capability of the 777-200LR has allowed the company to begin marketing a cargo derivation. The model was officially offered starting on November 15, 2004. The 777F promises excellent operating economics compared to existing freighters. The aircraft has a large interior volume and a high thrust-to-weight ratio. The large wings allow for a low wing loading. The 777F will have a payload of 101 tons. This compares favorably to that of the much larger 747-400F, which has a payload of 124 tons. With the extra belly fuel tanks sacrificed in the interest of payload, the 777F will not range as far as the passenger variant it is based upon. However, the 777F will be the longest-ranged freighter in the world with a range of 5,200 miles (8,400 km). About Boeing's new colors: Developed for the company's all-new 7E7 Dreamliner passenger airplane, the colors and design are being extended to Boeing's current passenger airplanes and collateral items including models, brochures, World Wide Web sites and apparel. On an airplane's exterior, four shades of blue and two shades of white combine throughout the plane's length as a visual depiction of the horizon and sky. These colors replace the design introduced in 1981. The new colors are the fifth standard commercial airplanes color set in the company's history.


      The Boeing 777-200 is a twin-engine long-haul commercial aircraft developed by Boeing. It was first introduced in the 1990s and can carry between 246 to 440 passengers depending on the seating configuration. The 777-200 has a range of up to 7,370 nautical miles, making it ideal for long-haul flights. The aircraft is equipped with advanced avionics and fly-by-wire technology, and has a spacious cabin with room for up to nine-abreast seating. The 777-200 also features wingtip extensions and a modernized engine design for improved fuel efficiency. Over the years, the 777-200 has established a reputation for reliability, efficiency, and comfort

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