Boeing 777-200ER

The Boeing 777 is the largest jet aircraft in the world and stands out in particular for its fuel efficiency.

Boeing 777-200ER in Austrian design overhead

Special features

The Boeing 777 is the most modern wide-bodied aircraft with the longest range in the world. The spacious cabin and sophisticated equipment make long-haul flights a relaxed experience. At Austrian, the aircraft takes you to destinations such as Mauritius and Shanghai, as well as non-stop to Cape Town. Travel destinations vary depending on the season.

Your benefits as a passenger

The Boeing 777 has seats with relax function, touchscreen, sockets and USB connections. In the additional travel class of Premium Economy Class, you can enjoy the extra seat width of up to 48.3 cm and a reclining angle of 40°. In Business Class, you can enjoy high-tech seats that can be converted into a horizontal full-flat bed in seconds.

Extras

Touchscreen entertainment in all travel classes

Touchscreen for video entertainment

Premium Economy Class

USB connection

Description

Aircraft type Passenger aircraft for long-haul flights
Number in the fleet 6
Cabin classes Business Class, Premium Economy Class, Economy Class
Seats Business Class: 38
Premium Economy Class: 24
Economy Class: 244
Total: 306
Minimum seat spacing Business Class: 44" (111.7 cm)
Premium Economy Class: 38” (96.5 cm)
Economy Class: min. 31" (78.7 cm)
Wingspan 60.9 m
Length 63.7 m
Height 18.8 m
Maximum speed 1,030 km/h
Maximum altitude 13,100 m
Maximum range with load 11,500 km

Technical details

Manufacturer Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company, Seattle, USA
Names - Austrian Airlines painting Sound of Music (OE-LPA), Heart of Europe (OE-LPB), Dream of Freedom (OE-LPC), Spirit of Austria (OE-LPD), Blue Danube (OE-LPE), Sibanye (OE-LPF)
Engine General Electric, GE 90-90 B
Maximum static thrust 2 x 90,000 lbs
Fuel capacity 135,880 kg
Maximum load 61,600 kg
Maximum take-off weight 294,835 kg
Maximum landing weight 208,652 kg