Boeing 777 Family Rework


#89

Third one was a Boeing 747 Dreamlifter! And 4th one was Emirates testing out of Boeing Field!


#90

Now back on topic. Or this thread will go away.😳


#91

Please elaborate, would like to now what is similar and what not.


#92

This isn’t a spotting topic.


#93

I know. I clearly said back on topic.


#94

No, Donny means when you posted the pictures of the Atlas Air and the Alaska airlines, they weren’t relelated to a 777 family rework :)


#95

This is not a way to pardon the obvious off topic comment. Thanks for sharing but there are better avenues to do it!


#96

Yes sir! Any thing for you Tyler! @Tyler_Shelton


#97

I mean like add the UA 77W with the rework when/if it comes


#98

Yes. That would be awesome!


#99

How have I not discovered this before definitely voted!


#100

This plane is not in need of a rework, first the A330, A340 and A380 should be reworked and more variants added. Then they should add the DC-9, MD-80, MD-90, A350 and rework the 717. Add the A320neo family and 737MAX and then maybe rework this, the 767 and 757.


#101

What about the 747 series?


#102

I feel like with global, the 777 will be one of the most used (and useful) aircrafts in if. This is because of its long range capacity, capability and efficiency. Therefore I feel like it is even more important than the 757,767,737 max. I agree that the a330 is in worse shape, but that doesn’t mean this shouldn’t be updated lol.


#103

true I forgot to metion that


#104

Let’s hope is devs reworks this, they will also add the 777-X


#105

777X feature request

I dont want to disappoint you but they simply can’t add the 777X. They don’t know anything about it or its flight characteristics, so they just can’t


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#106

the rework will happen years later because it will take a while for devs to notice. By that time the 777-X would be ready to fly.


#107

First flight is scheduled for 2020


#109

But even if the first flight is in 2020, it’s still going to be a couple of years before there are enough airlines operating the type to warrant having it in IF.