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Boeing 777-300 & 767-400ER, United Airlines

By Htam

2017_DSCF0556_XE2S.jpg@ San Francisco International Airport, CA

December 2017

Wide body siblings from the Boeing family keeping busy at SFO.  First flown in 1994, the 777 is the world’s largest twinjet and utilizes the largest-diameter turbofan engines of any aircraft.  The 767-400ER is the first Boeing wide-body aircraft to undergo two fuselage stretches. Other differences include an updated cockpit, redesigned landing gear, and 777-style Signature Interior.  United operates 14 777-300s and 16 767-400s in their current fleet.  Fuji XE-2S w/18-55mm, processed with Aperture and Luminar 2018.

Boeing 777-300 & 767-400ER, United Airlines

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