Was the Boeing 777 a failure?
- ConservativeLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Yes, just like every other Boeing aircraft ever built. From the Stearman the B-17, B-29, B707/720 to the 747. All dismal failures. The 777 is probably one of the most popular and safest aircraft. The only fatality for a 777 that I know of was the crash in San Francisco where3 people died and that was pilot error.Source(s): Sarcasm
- Pilsner ManLv 74 weeks ago
You get a very high rating in the dumb question realm.
- 4 weeks ago
A Thai Airways Boeing 777 suffered an uncontained engine failure in the early hours of yesterday morning. The aircraft was not airborne at the time, and as such abandoned its takeoff attempt. A Thai Airways Boeing 777 suffered an uncontained engine failure departing Bangkok yesterday.
- ZackLv 74 weeks ago
It can carry a ton of passengers a very long distance and is very fuel efficient. It is the perfect aircraft for flying long range routes.
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- Vincent GLv 74 weeks ago
With 1616 produced and delivered through September 2019, with an additional 400 units still in order, that could be one of the most successful aircraft.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
It wasn't like the 666 failure.
- 4 weeks ago
I've never liked them.
- NancyLv 64 weeks ago
Obviously not. It's been in use for decades and is one of the most popular commercial commuter jets out there.