Jun 05, 2020 Air Canada has also joined the 777 “CARRY-freighter” club and has modified three of the model, removing 422 seats from each aircraft. Austrian Airlines is also a member with one converted 777. SWISS and Austrian parent carrier Lufthansa has opted to modify four A350s and is working on the world’s first A380 cargo-only.
It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, we have a Swiss International Air Lines Boeing 777-300ER taking off from Zurich Airport as it departs from the cold, heading for the skies.
Swiss 777 Seat Map
Swiss flight number flight LX-40 from Zurich Airport (ZRH) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) was unable to complete its return flight to Switzerland following evidence of a bird strike. A Swiss Boeing 777-300, registration HB-JNI had just performed an uneventful 12-hour flight from the Swiss financial center to Los Angeles on Mar 3rd. SWISS only flies the Boeing 777-300ER on its long-haul routes like to Singapore or the US. This is the largest aircraft in the fleet and is able to transport 340 passengers at full capacity. Second cabin on B777 Business Class with Swiss While that may seem small compared to the 500+ passengers on an A380, it still is a pretty large aircraft. Enjoy spectacular scenes and close-ups of SWISS’s new flagship, the Triple Seven, flying over the majestic, snow-capped Swiss mountains. Filmed from an accom.
Swiss operates a fleet of 12 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in its long-haul fleet. These are supplemented by Airbus A330-300 and Airbus A340-300. The airline also operates the Airbus A220-100, Airbus A220-300, Airbus A319, A320, Airbus A321, Airbus A320neo and Airbus A321neo in its short haul operation.
This aircraft – HB-JNG – joined the Swiss fleet in February 2017.
It operated initially under Swiss Global Airlines and moved into the main Swiss International Air Lines fleet in April 2018. The aircraft is configured in a three-class configuration, with First, Business and Economy Class seating.
More Airplane art next week!
- Camera: Canon EOS 6D
- Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-f5.6
- Primary Photo: ISO100, 400mm, 1/400 at f7.1
- Secondary Photo: ISO 100, 200mm, 1/400 at f8.0
- Shot from: Zurich Airport Observation Deck (Main Terminal) – See https://www.flughafen-zuerich.ch/en/passengers/experience/experiences/observation-deck-b as well as my trip report to find out about the observation deck.
- Shot on 9th December 2017
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