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Flight Miniatures Fedex Boeing 777-200F 1/200 Scale Model with Stand
FedEx Express was the first US-based global freight carrier to operate the 777-200F and took delivery of the first of this aircraft type, ship N850DN, on September 22, 2009. This model represents the FedEx Express Boeing 777-200 Freighter ship N850FD as it appeared when it was delivered.
The Boeing 777-200 Freighter is based on the 777-200LR (Longer Range) passenger airplane. It is designed to provide more capacity than any other twin-engine freighter and offers the lowest trip cost of any large freighter.
The Boeing 777 Freighter allows FedEx Express to do more for its customers and the environment. With a longer range than the current MD-11 freighters that it will be replacing for trans-pacific lanes, it can eliminate a fuel stop and increase delivery time providing customers in eastern China with a two hour improvement in cut-off times. In addition, the 777 Freighter uses 18 percent less fuel than the MD-11 on comparable routes, which means that it produces less carbon dioxide emissions. It also provides quieter takeoffs and landings that meet airport noise restrictions.
This 1:200 Boeing 777-200 Freighter model measures approximately 12 1/2 inches long with 12 3/4 inches Wingspan
ADULT COLLECTIBLE MODEL - Not intended for children under 14.
FedEx Panda Express in Hong Kong. FedEx Boeing 777F is landing on Rwy 07R together with Dragonair Airbus A330 is prepared to take off from Rwy 07R.Nikon D200 with Sigma 50-500mm f/4f/6.3 EX APO - Photo taken at Hong Kong - International (Chek Lap Kok) (HKG / VHHH) in Hong Kong, China on March 28, 2010. My first capture of an Fedex B772LRF! It is the 1152nd Boeing 777 built. Delivered to FDX. Not even 6 months old yet! The 777 freighter program is currently conducting flight tests from Boeing Field, with first delivery to Air France expected in the next couple months. FedEx’s order brings the sales total for. The Boeing 777-200 Freighter is based on the 777-200LR (Longer Range) passenger airplane. It is designed to provide more capacity than any other twin-engine freighter and offers the lowest trip cost of any large freighter. The Boeing 777 Freighter allows FedEx Express to do more for its customers and the environment.
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The 2018 ecoDemonstrator flies over eastern Washington on its first Boeing check flight.John Parker
To most, it looked like a normal delivery to FedEx Express recently when Boeing Commercial Airplanes handed over the keys to a 777 Freighter. Yet, the special decals attached to the fuselage indicated it will be the next ecoDemonstrator, the fifth iteration of the flight test program.
It will be the first time a 777 is used for the ecoDemonstrator flying testbed, having used a 737, 787, 757 and Embraer airplane in previous years. To date, the ecoDemonstrator program has tested more than 80 technologies using four airplanes as flying test beds.
In 2018, Boeing and FedEx plan to work together to test more than 35 technologies aboard the FedEx-owned 777 Freighter, including flight deck enhancements, compact thrust reverser and advanced materials.
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Before testing innovations that could enhance flight safety and efficiency, the airplane will first go into revenue service in the FedEx fleet through the end of the year, flying international routes. The freighter will be returned to Boeing in January, when it will serve as the ecoDemonstrator testbed through May.
“Boeing’s ecoDemonstrator program plays an important role in the company’s innovation and environmental strategy,” said Mike Sinnett, Commercial Airplanes vice president of Product Strategy and Future Airplane Development. “By using flight testing to accelerate new technologies, we can move development along, off the critical path.”
Some of the technology, with the goal of reducing emissions and noise, also can improve airlines’ gate-to-gate efficiency and other operational goals. Proven ecoDemonstrator technologies and processes might be incorporated into existing production models, made available for in-service fleets or applied to new airplane development programs. Gambling machines in convenience stores.
After testing is completed, the airplane will be returned to FedEx in original condition so the carrier can return the airplane to service in its fleet.
By Bret Jensen